Let’s hear it for Mitch Anderson, everyone!
Having a plane spell “I’m gay!” in the sky is still the most effective method.
The actor discusses his role in the new Star Tek Into Darkness and his feelings on being gay in Hollywood. He also plays the banjo beautifully.
The basketball star writes in The New York Times about her personal coming out story, as well as the abuse she has endured over the years.
“America should be proud.”
E.J. Johnson spoke out during an interview on his coming out in the spotlight. “It was almost as if I was coming out of the closet…again.”
Coming out is a uniquely challenging experience for anyone, but especially when your father literally wrote the book on gay conversion therapy — and dedicated it to you and your sister.
Throughout the first season, Dooling’s Walt has struggled to figure out his sexuality in the less-accepting ’80s.
If this doesn’t melt your heart, what will?
Even though coming out can be awkward and scary, people keep coming up with different ways to do it. Brave queers, we salute you.
Paige Cohen writes about her struggle to come out and the girl who inspired her to kick open the closet door
Really brings out the gravelly.
Before I could come out of the closet, I had to give myself permission to come out in my dreams and in my poems.
Wish I had thought of this.
From a closeted, scared, and confused boy to an out, happy, and proud man. You’ve come a long way.
“If people choose not to be comfortable with your honesty - their loss my friend - their loss,” she wrote.
As “I’m Gay” announcements became a thing of the past in 2012, stars from Sir Ian McKellan to Matt Bomer offered their perspectives on coming out and how, for many of them, it got better.
Andy Cohen, Frank Bruni, and Orlando Cruz share how their parents supported them in this week’s snippets.
This is really sweet. And now I’m crying.
The singer opens up in the December issue of GQ, telling the magazine, “In black music, we’ve got so many leaps and bounds to make with acceptance and tolerance in regard to that issue.”
The social network has become an avenue for people to be proud of who they are and express themselves to their friends and family.
Happy National Coming Out Day! Check out this awesome Facebook conversation between a Tumblr user and her mom.
It’s National Coming Out Day, and at least one mom is really, really excited about it.
In a tumblr entry posted last night, hip-hop artist Frank Ocean shared a text document where he describes his first love, another man who he met four years ago when they were both 19. This frank and beautifully written admission comes on the heels of speculation regarding some of the pronouns used on his upcoming album Channel Orange, which will be released on July 17th.
Some are hailing Anderson Cooper’s decision to come out as a smart career move, but many fields have yet to see their first openly gay man or woman.
This is just awesome and priceless. So much support via HTML, PHP, and Scrum. Right on.
Everybody come out…the water is fine. ABC News anchor Dan Kloeffler, while reporting on Spock announcing that he’s gay, let slip on air that he’d like to date Zachary Quinto. He later clarified that, yes, he is indeed gay. Good for you, buddy!
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