Our cultural fascination with famous queer women — and women rumored to be queer — has reached a particular peak in 2017. But do celebrities have a moral obligation to come out? And what, exactly, does it mean to "out" someone these days?
Because self-care is extra important when you can't or don't want to come out.
"People think I'm disgusting, I don't get to come out. I can't."
"You can't be gay; you're black."
Featuring awkward moments all gay guys have experienced, lesbians explaining sex to straight people, a world imagining if straight people had to come out, and 12 exciting LGBT facts to celebrate!
Gay or straight, it doesn't matter, because terribly awkward situations don't discriminate.
It is supposed to be a happy occasion. You are allowed to laugh.
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.
Coming out isn't simple because we don't live simple lives.