This story really takes the cake!  It is about a unique and creative way that one 15-year old girl came out to her parents. The girl's name is Laurel and she left her parents a cake and a note.  Coming out to your parents isn't usually easy, but Laurel did her best to make the conversation a piece of cake. Actually, make that a whole cake.  Laurel baked cake for her parents as a way of announcing that she is a lesbian. Loud and proud in bright green frosting, the cake reads, "I'm gay."  Accompanying the cake was a note:


good morning parents, i'm gay. i've wanted to tell you for a long time. i thought doing it this way would be a piece of cake. i hope you still love me. i mean, it's hard not to love someone who baked you a cake. all my friends know and still love me. your acceptance would be the icing on the cake.  i hope you, much like this cake, are not in tiers.  i hope we can look back on this and say "boy, this one really takes the cake."  it gets batter.  love, laurel (sorry for so many puns).


The coming-out cake did the job. Laurel reported, "My mom saw it and cried of happiness. We hugged and cried together. Then, we all ate the cake and talked. I am very lucky to have such supportive parents!"  Her dad was supportive, too.  "My dad saw the cake and came into me room and hugged me and laughed," said Laurel, "He said he loved me and the cake and the letter and everything was perfect."