“I consider myself bisexual, and I think balancing my male and female energies has been a big part of me growing as an actor.”
Seventh-Day Adventist pastor Alicia Johnston knew she would lose leadership of her congregation when she came out as bisexual, but did it anyway. She talked with Autostraddle about her hopes to the future, and how she wants to continue ministering to queer people of faith.
“She was an attractive woman, you know. If she hadn’t told us she was a lesbian, she could’ve been in a Miss America contest!”
“I don’t normally do this, but I figure now is just as good a time as any to get personal. I’ve only just recently come out as bisexual to my family and friends. It’s something I am still processing and trying to understand.”
A cautionary tale.
“It’s one of the hardest things most of us, as a community, will ever have to do and has the capacity to irrevocably change our lives… for better or worse.”
Netflix’s new sitcom eschews the long white tradition of TV comedies and focuses on a Latinx family with a lesbian daughter and a mom who reads our website!
Brown called a family meeting, and after a few tense moments where she said “You guys are freaking out, which is making me freak out,” she came out by saying “I’m gay.”
A look at all the ladies who came out as lesbian, gay, queer, bisexual or otherwise-lady-loving-ladies in 2016! There’s so many!
Fifth Harmony member Lauren Jauregui is a proud bisexual Cuban-American, and also has some very choice words for Donald Trump voters so LISTEN UP.
“Part of why I’m coing out is because there’s so much hate and fear in and around the LGBT community right now and it’s important for us not to halt progress out of fear.”
Yesterday, Christian blogger and memoirist Glennon Doyle Melton announced via Twitter and Facebook that she and Abby Wambach are in love.
Here’s what you do: write “I’m Gay” (or trans or bi or queer or whatever) on a piece of paper and put it inside an Easter Egg for the Easter Egg Hunt. Someone at your family gathering will find it, and it will lead to mass confusion as everyone tries to figure out who the “I” is referring to in the note. Now your Easter party is a Mystery party!
“I sent a short, simple message saying that although I didn’t realize it fully until recently, I was indeed bisexual, that this was an undeniable part of my identity, and I could no longer comfortably hide this fact.
He never responded.”
Here’s a resource to help you and your parents navigate your coming out together!!
This morning, at the 40 to None Summit to benefit LGBT homelessness, the gorgeous and talented Sara Ramirez showed up to introduce us to her fantastic new buzz cut and her intersectional truth: she’s the multi-racial daughter of immigrants, and she’s bisexual.
“I feel as if I am filled to the brim, fit to spill, with how much I love her and how much I resent being a secret. It makes me feel invisible and alone but I stand by her. I stand by her until I can’t anymore. When we break up, I am more determined than ever to come out to my father.”
Lord Ivar Mountbatten, cousin to Queen Elizabeth, has become the first member of the British Royal Family to come out.
“I fell in love with somebody, and that person happens to be a female.”
“Being Queer is not about who you’re with, it’s about who you are.”