“I didn’t realize it at the time, but I hadn’t really signed up to run a marathon at all. I had signed up for something that kept me running from myself.”
Coming Out’ was so 2000’s
But hey…better late than never!
Every single one of us has the opportunity to “come out” whether we are LGBTQIA or not; here’s why…
I worried that I would end up like my father, but really had no idea what was really wrong with him…
As this family recalls the events around the son’s coming out as gay, the dad reveals something that shocks them all.
You think you’re helping, but it actually really hurts.
This is about men holding hands. In India, where I grew up, men showing affection this way was common and not construed as homosexual activity. I look back on how I interpreted this social action differently and how it has shaped me today as a gay man.
Johnathon Schaech on being Ellen’s ’90s beard and why he was fired from her coming out episode.
Speaker and life coach, Joel Barrett, shares his experience as a formerly closeted gay minister.
Should any child have to ask their parents for love? Isn’t that part of the deal?
What happens when not one, but two brothers, come out to their mom?
You can call it a fad or a trend, but it’s still amazing.
In 2002, when marriage equality was a term still yet-to-be, the world felt different. Coming out was still a big deal. I didn’t have an athlete to emulate who had navigated this world. It was up to me to figure myself out.
Ellen Page documents how gay people live around the world with “Gaycation.”
What can you learn from the loves that led to now?