I am the General Manager of a family fun center in the Denver area. I have this small problem that is related to coming out at my job. I am out to my boss and the manager below me. They have had no problems with it at all. Our home office is also supportive and the company even offers domestic partner health insurance. The problem is with my other employees. Many of them are between 16 and 18 years old and my assistant manager is 22. They all appear to be straight. And many of them come from very conservative families. And of course the nature of my business involves many young kids. So most of my team doesn't know that I am gay and I don't know if they could handle it if they knew. The problem is that I have not had to hide who I am for many years, and I don't want to start doing it again now. Nobody has told me not to say anything, but I am fearful that if I do, people might jump ship. Here's the question. Should I maintain the status quo with a don't ask, don't tell attitude? Or do I share who I am if and when the opportunity presents itself and risk many of my employees quitting or even worse, having their parents force them to leave because of it. Any suggestions?