Yvonne Cassidy‘s latest novel “How Many Letters Are in Goodbye?” is a thrilling coming of age tale which takes you on a roller coaster ride through the journey of our protagonist Rhea.
This week is Stand Up! An LGBT anti-bullying awareness Week, organised by BeLonG To, and in honour of that I’d like to talk about coming out. Coming out is something we all have to think about at some point. I spent about three years sorting it out in my head enough to come to a … [Read more...]
Larissa Gargan, country music singer and out and proud lesbian is on the verge of launching a promising solo career. We spoke to Larissa about her two singles, sexuality, her band and of course country music.
It’s great to see sports stars coming out, especially when still active in their sport. Women’s soccer and the NFL have new heroes.
Germany’s Thomas Hitzlsperger has become the latest retired sportsman to come out publically and has had an amazingly positive reaction. Does this mean we have really moved on?
Friday 11th October is National Coming Out Day. Coming out. What a simple term for an incredibly complex and [continuous] process. Coming out sounds as if you ‘out’ yourself, just the once, and from then on everybody will just know. And that’s it, job done.
To celebrate National Coming out Day in October, Acting Out, the LGBT drama group has been commissioned by the National Lesbian and Gay Federation to produce a piece on the theme of coming out.
John Paulk has decided that living a lie is no longer for him and has completely cut ties with both the gay conversion campaign and his ex-gay wife, who is still entirely devoted to the movement.
I have depression and about a year and a half ago I slowly started telling more people. The experience has essentially mirrored when I first came out as gay. Telling people I would feel faintly sick, I would be almost apologetic.