The ‘Glee’ actor just confirmed he’s gay after listening to the new Ariana Grande track, “No Tears Left to Cry”
During the 2000 Barbara Walters Ricky Martin interview, the singer was asked about his sexuality and he didn’t answer the questions honestly
Journalist Ronan Farrow has just come out, speaking publicly about his sexuality for the first time ever at last night’s Point Foundation awards
A recent Karl Schmid HIV admission posted by the openly gay, L.A.-based ABC News reporter on Facebook could change the way others think about HIV
In case you missed the 10-day festival of film, music and conversations, here are the top 10 SXSW 2018 queer moments from the annual Texas festival
Joey Pollari, the love interest of the closeted protagonist in the new film ‘Love, Simon’, came out to the world in a new interview on Tuesday
In a new video from ‘People’ Magazine, we hear about Anthony Bowens coming out to his fellow wrestlers for the first time and what happened
A new Instagram picture showing two men holding hands may represent ‘Glee’ actor Kevin McHale coming out, which makes sense considering his past work
In his coming out interview, actor Lee Pace called being asked about his sexual orientation ‘intrusive,’ but now he feels differently, which is a good thing
A Reddit user asked the internet for advice regarding his boyfriend, who is still in the closet and thinking of taking a girl to prom for the sake of his popularity.
The first episode of “Teen Fanclub” features author Becky Albertalli and actor Keiynan Lonsdale discussing Love, Simon, the film coming out March 16
In a new interview with W magazine, the American actor comes out but refuses to label himself after admitting that he has dated both men and women
Coming out: it’s one of the most difficult decisions LGBTQ people have to face. For some, it means having an uncomfortable conversation. For others, it can mean risking absolutely everything. Either way, it’s never easy.
No one can tell you when the time is right for you to come out. But when you’re ready, and in a safe space with the right support network around you, coming out is one of the most powerful things you can do to help yourself and inspire others around you who are still unsure about leaving the closet. From athletes who put their careers on the line for the sake of being true to who they are, to awkward accidental outings, coming out stories might make us laugh, cry or cringe, but they always remind us that we’re never alone. Here are a few of our favorite coming out stories: