Growing up in Queens, New York, Nancy Menusan always knew she had a feminine side to her but for years, would suppress it. Only after she couldn’t relent any longer did she finally assume her true identity.
When Christian Mendoza was growing up in Mexico, he was fascinated by his father’s job in law enforcement.
When Parker Haines told their parents that they were marrying a woman, it did not go over well.
Throughout his life, Greg Abbink knew he was a boy, but everyone saw him as a girl. When his nephew came out as trans in 2014, Greg was inspired to do the same – coming out not only to his family, but to his fellow officers at the Austin Police Department.
Gay man confronts mental illness, addiction, and his HIV diagnosis.
“We Both Lost Our Girl-ginity to the Same Girl!”
If you were told you could be expelled from school and have your entire collegiate future put at risk, if you came out of the closet, would you? Brenton Erickson knew the risks, but also knew the reality of living life in the closet, and came out to his bishop.
Queer high school student uses newfound “alone time” to explore his sexuality.
“It’s been a delight working with everybody but you.”
Growing up in Jamaica, Adrian Miller knew from a young age that he was gay.
Coming out in the workplace.
It’s important to talk to the children about everything.”
A gay couple finally expands their family.
Gay man reflects on foster-to-adopt journey.
Gender non-binary person reflects on not conforming.