I am gay. I have known this intimate detail about myself since I was 8 years old, probably even earlier than that. I have spent the majority of my life fighting, suppressing and resisting these feelings. Over the past year, … Read the rest here
I knew, I always knew. When I was five or six I was already paying attention to the male back-up dancers and never the half naked main lady dancer, Iris Chacón, during her TV show that came on every Sunday … Read the rest here
Lo supe, siempre lo supe. Cuando tenía cinco o seis años ya estaba prestando atención a los bailarines masculinos y nunca a la bailarina principal medio desnuda, Iris Chacon, durante su programa de televisión que se transmitía en la televisión … Read the rest here
June is the traditional month chosen to celebrate Pride. The origins of Pride began in New York with a protest at Stonewall—an event that changed gay rights and LGBTQ+ visibility for people in America and beyond.
Do any of you remember what it was like to be afraid? Afraid that others would look at you and know you are different? Afraid that they would hear your voice and know that you were different? Afraid to wear … Read the rest here
By the time I reached my late 30’s I’d been out of the closet for years. My family knew I was gay (since middle school) and most of my closest friends had known since college. In my professional life, colleagues … Read the rest here
So I’m putting myself out here, and this is completely out of character. A little background: I’m 44, and I married an incredible man 20 years ago. Together, we have two amazing children. And I am a lesbian.