Coming out doesn’t happen all at once and it’s rarely as easy as it looks online.
This is my non-binary coming out story. For my memories. For history. For me. Today I'm so proud, but I remember being scared.
I feel so special when people come out to me, but it’s not just queer people. It’s their parents, managers, and friends. Thank you for coming out to me.
I am trans, I work in HR, and I’m tired of hiding it from everyone. I can't hide who I am any more, even if I want to.
You’re in a car on your way to heaven. Your life ends in 30 minutes. What would you regret not doing? What would you regret not saying? Who do you want to talk to?
What do you say when someone comes out to you? I suggest you say this.