I developed this speech with the goal of bringing awareness to an ignored subject. LGBT+ youth are not properly represented in schools. I tried to share my views with my peers and respected adults, but they were all trained to believe that LGBT people are irrelevant to society.
Coming out is a unique process to everyone, but there are still some stories that have been left untold. Felix K. Dones went out to seek some of these stories and it has created such a heart-wrenching and moving piece.
Relationships can be a very difficult thing to navigate, especially when it’s a long distance one. Brooke and Chelsea open up about their relationship and the struggles they faced with trust, infidelity and a two year breakup.
Does it feel like every day you’re being told to “call people out” for more and more things? While acknowledging that some people do deserve to be called out for their actions, Brooke Sopelsa talks about an alternative for those who might not deserve it.
Although this video may show common similarities with many coming out stories, the main reason why I wanted to make this video was to shine light on LGBTQ minority communities, especially within South Asia.
Sabrina Jalees had the courage to tell her Muslim family she was gay. Her dad was shocked and knew he had to make a choice.