It’s never too early to introduce your children to what it means to be LGBT identified. More and more people are coming out as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Asexual, Queer, 2 Spirited & Gender Queer each year. There’s no better way to raise visibility of our community than teaching our kids what acceptance is. Take a look […]
I have loved three people in my life. Two women and one man.
I have had sex with only one of them.
It wasn’t the man.
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.
I was born in Jersey City, NJ in the 60’s. So, I wasn’t exactly destined for happiness.
But I did survive and grow. I didn’t exactly thrive. Loving mother but a parade of abusive father figures… I escaped broken bones and lacerations, although my mother did not.
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.
I came out in 2008, and met my first lover in 2009. We met through Adam 4 Adam, and it was love at first site. We literally steamed the windows of my car the first day we met.