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.
“I don’t think that we should be going to the Olympics at all.” The singer urged Tom Daley, and other out athletes, to forgo competing in a nation with anti-lgbt laws.
Some women chose to come out of the closet quietly while others decided to make a splash — all of them inspired us this year.
And yet “Life is perfect at the moment,” said the diver.
“We’re a little confused as he’s always had girlfriends.”
The way in which Olympic medalist Tom Daley decided to come out may have opened the door not just for himself but for other celebrities and athletes as well.
The star of ER and Prisoners shared details of how she came out to her 12-year-old son.
A quick search of Twitter reveals some grim realities.
Senior Michael Drougas was worried about how his conservative town would react — he has yet to hear one negative comment.
Coming out can be awkward, stressful, and at times a difficult experience — other times it’s hilarious.
You’re in a relationship, with none of the perks of being in a relationship. Let the roller coaster of emotions begin.
LGBT men and women embraced by their loved ones and community.
“That is disgusting. Disgusting! You are going to hell!”
When you first come out, gay men are eager to let you know that you’re not alone, and that you have a seat at the table. Unless, of course, you’re also fat, in which case, no, you can’t sit with us.
I went into my coming-out process wanting screams, golden reality-show moments, and a story of two best friends making it together. What happened was quite the opposite.
Rafe Posey reflects on his transgender paper trail and “The Ladies” who helped him along the way.
Because it doesn’t just happen on one day.
Coming out isn’t simple because we don’t live simple lives.
You’re young enough to ditch town, burn bridges, start life anew, and move to San Francisco, but Asia still holds your parents hostage.
“I’m proud to be a girl and proud to be a transgender girl.”
Eventually they just gave up any hope of keeping me on the straight and narrow.
“I’ll fight for you always.”
“I wanted to use this as a way to tell the story of telling my story — to put that out there for everyone to see.”
“This is not something that I’m ashamed of, and it’s not something that anyone should have to be ashamed of, so why not share it with all of you guys?”
Things that make you go “Hmmm.”