Coming Out

The *NSYNC star told Andy Cohen he'd told Spears he was gay right after her hasty 2004 nuptials: "It made her stop crying."
Bryden Giving says his family's love of the talk show host helped them understand the LGBTQ community in a profound way.
Hundreds called for Rafi Peretz's resignation after he made the controversial remarks in a weekend interview.
"It was the scariest thing I've ever done in my life," the 17-year-old said.
“‘Mulan’ is a really clear story where, particularly, her gender expression was so woven into this narrative,” Yang told YouTuber Hannah Hart.
The internet star wrote, choreographed and directed the music video entitled "I'm Gay."
Brigham Young University grad Matt Easton told Ellen DeGeneres that reconciling his Mormon faith with his authentic self is still a "really scary" process.
Matty Easton, a political science major at the Mormon church-owned Brigham Young University, declared to cheers that he is "proud to be a gay son of God."
The "Dear Evan Hansen" star told Ellen DeGeneres he's hopeful that sexuality can "just be a part of who you are and part of the work” now.
The YouTuber said she's "fully embracing" her superpowers.
The Disney Channel's Joshua Rush said, "We need to support and love all kids in every way we can."
On "Fearless," the Olympic freeskier chats with a fan who sees him as a role model on and off the slopes.
The retired linebacker reportedly will be the first known current or former NFL player in a same-sex marriage.
The Apple CEO said he came out four years ago to help young gay people who were being bullied or abused.
We asked queer people to tell us about their experiences at work and their responses were harrowing.
Alabama native Jordan Reeves hopes his VideoOut project will help "dismantle hatred" around the world.
It was an invasion into my personal life by those I trusted the most.
Christine Hallquist could become the nation’s first openly transgender governor ― one of several barrier-breaking candidates this election cycle.