A few stories of people who struggle with coming out at work.
A short cartoon on how a gay kid who was kicked out of home ended up uniting his siblings.
A photographer undertakes a project to show that equality lies in one’s face not in one’s sexual or gender identity.
15 gay individuals meet up with 15 persons who are a bit homophobic, and in pairs they are placed in a room and told to hug. A heart-warming interaction follows.
Geena Rocero, a fashion model, comes out as a trans person bearing the message that the important thing is to accept oneself, and accept others.
Athletes and advocates share inspiring personal stories of the LGBTIQ experience at the United Nations, in favour of equality.
Sally Kohn, a commentator on Fox News, says that ’emotional correctness’ is more important than ‘political correctness’ and that the most important thing is not what is said, but the intentionbehind what is said.
Ash Beckham talks about her experience of coming out and how this is a process that everybody goes through in one way or another when one has heart-to-heart conversations. She concludes by saying that in order not to damage oneself because of the stress of keeping things inside, one needs…
Stephen Fry from BBC interviews Joseph Nicolosi, the founder of NARTH that encourages reparative therapy for LGB individuals. Conversion and reparative therapies still take place in various parts of the world, despite research showing their hugely negative repercussions and their condemnation by professional bodies.
Tom, from Liverpool, talks about his coming out process as a gay man. This is one of the numerous “It Gets Better” campaign videos whose aim is to give hope to LGBT youth. This is the link to the campaign: http://www.itgetsbetter.org/