You’ll be ready when you’re ready.
I told myself the reason I hadn’t shared this story was because I hadn’t been raped in the conventional sense, that it hadn’t really affected me. But that wasn’t the whole reason.
It’s like stepping into a whole new world, literally. It’s a slidey thing – but with more unicorns.
Or, more often, staying in the closet out out of fear. Via secret sharing app Whisper.
It doesn’t have to be a secret anymore. Download Whisper for more anonymous LGBT coming out confessions.
I’m here, I’m queer, and I have no idea what I’m doing.
LGBT people are using the Whisper app to share stories reminding us that, though a lot of progress has been made, it still hasn’t gotten better for everyone.
In fact, let’s take this moment together.
I asked players and audience members for a comforting message at the 3rd annual Drag Queen Softball World Series.
Plus the 16 lies we need to stop teaching boys about sex, a few excellent Instagram tricks, and how to survive a lightning strike.
The actress speaks candidly about her work and personal life in her first in-depth interview since coming out.
Assuming you were ever in the closet to begin with. Inspired by this post.
“For years I was running in the opposite direction, but Marines adapt and overcome.”
The 26-year-old singer took to Twitter to discuss her personal life at length, sparking mixed reactions from fans.
“I woke up like thisssss.”
Plus Adam Scott steps into his “Step Brothers” character to bro down for a bit, a vet weighs in on when you should worry about your kitty’s cough, and an insane supercut of pop-culture references from “The Office.”
The lead singer of the Neon Trees just came out in a feature for Rolling Stone magazine.
Featuring a little girl’s incredibly moving act of generosity, Jurassic Park with cats instead of dinosaurs, and a heartbreaking “second a day” video that imagines the impact of Syria’s war on London’s children.
“You finally get to be honest about what’s going on inside of you. Because it can destroy you to just keep it all in.”
Because all the best ladies are well-read.
Djuan Trent chose to come out of the closet in response to Kentucky’s court ruling to recognize out-of-state marriages of same-sex couples.
“I’ve never met a gay person who came out and who regretted it,” he said at BuzzFeed Brews on Feb. 21. “Never.”
« Je suis comme un mec avec les filles. » Politicien, acteur ou sportif, quand une personnalité publique décide de révéler son homosexualité, ça passe rarement inaperçu.
The Juno star says she is “tired of lying by omission.”
After her aunt passed away unexpectedly, Kelly Dipaola realized life was too short not be honest with her family. “Merry Christmas. Surprise. I’m gay.”
“How can I expect other people to speak about themselves if I’m not willing to do that myself?” says the Arsenal women’s defender.
A mix of awkward, sexy, heartbreaking, and down-right adorable.
“I can’t wait for the day that I get to walk over your grave and if you don’t put yourself there, I will be glad to.”
When Ivan decided to share his coming out story on YouTube, he turned to his favorite furry friend for some help.
BuzzFeed chief Los Angeles correspondent Kate Aurthur and Legal Editor Chris Geidner discuss the question of the weekend: What’s off limits when it comes to figures like Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, soon-to-be MSNBC host Ronan Farrow, and others? A recurring LGBT question in a new year.