So you fell in love with a girl and it upended your life with family, kids and religion. What now?
“Some days, I really just needed to curl up in a cozy plaid jacket and have all the homo feelings.”
Skeletons and debutantes.
“There is really no way for people to know that I disagree with their views or, even moreso, to know that they are talking about me, unless I actually open my mouth and say it.”
On the journey from there to here.
Dallas sports broadcasting giant Dale Hansen spoke boldly for acceptance of Michael Sam on his popular show.
Michael Sam, one of college football’s best defensive players and a strong NFL hopeful, came out as gay in a historic move.
“Netflix is kinda like my fag hag, the kind that wraps you up in a warm rainbow blanket with a bowl of soup when you’re recovering from a Cinco de Mayo hangover.”
I imagine myself as not myself, at my grandparents’ apartment this Christmas, wearing makeup, a women’s blouse, long hair combed to the middle of my back: What he thought I would grow up to be, what my mom thought I would grow up to be.
Brush up on this year’s biggest news so you can impress that cute girl at your New Year’s Eve party.
Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts comes out, has a girlfriend and a cute dog.
It was quite a year for Team Lezalicious — let’s take a look at the diverse group of ladies who blessed our hearts with their queerness this year. It takes all kinds, after all.
Should you tell your dream school that you’re queer in your college application? What about your future employer? The New York Times got us talking about this so we put together a roundtable and now we wanna know how you feel, too.
She’s coming out and also releasing a Christmas single about coming out appropriately titled “Coming Out For Christmas”!
In this week’s edition of New York Times’ “Modern Love” column, actress Maria Bello talked about coming out to her son and her family and incidentally came out to all of us at the same time!
We’ve come a long way from, “if I wanted people to know what I do with my vagina, I would have released a sex video a long time ago.”
Often, we feel we have to keep our science self and our queer self separate, but this is the perfect space to merge them. Let’s talk about coming out in the science fields!
It was 2008, I thought I might be gay, and I had gone to the only lesbian bar in Philadelphia in fearful hope that someone else might be able to figure things out for me. Now that bar is closing.
Raven Symone is finally out!
Not Just Another Coming Out Story illustrates the lifelong process of coming out and the struggles that don’t magically disappear after the first time you come out as an LGBT person.