Or bi, or questioning, or trans, or queer, or lesbian, or something else that “doesn’t fit”.
William Dameron came out later in life, thinking he was alone in his feelings. Now, he interview the editor of an anthology full of stories about men like himself.
Other players have come out later in their careers. Mason Darrow is starting out with a message: “You can be gay and play Division I football.”
A rugby player found himself confronting more than one stereotype in his own mind as he struggles with coming out.
Jr. high, high school, college, trade school, any school can be challenging for gay, bi, trans*, and queer folk. We want to hear your stories and advice.
On his 13th coming-out anniversary, Anthony Romeo shares advice about sex, selfies, and NOT second-guessing yourself.
Ade meant to tell his father the truth before he fell ill. His dad never recovered and now Ade finds he sacrificed his authenticity for the promise of a temporary connection. Here are his thoughts and feelings.
“I’m homosexual and I’m afraid about what my future will be and that people won’t like me.”
Siobhán Lynch says Elinor Burkett’s complaint about Caitlyn Jenner becoming a stereotypical woman doesn’t add up.
When Albert came out, he discovered that people have very clear ideas on what kind of “gay” is acceptable.
Just before his 26th birthday, Carlo came out to his Catholic family. The reaction was not what he was expected.
Gay-friendly does not always mean trans-friendly, which made his second coming-out hard for Jude.
Wrestling is serious business at Don Bosco. So is coming out to your coach, especially when he’s also your dad.
Coming to terms with being gay is hard. Sometimes, all we have are ourselves, but sometimes that’s all we need.
It takes courage to share something about yourself you’ve kept secret. We want to know why you did it.