Coming out as a Teen
In this article, Jay talks about what it is like coming out as a teen and ways to come out in funny and serious ways. They also talk about how refreshing it is to not have to feel alone.
A Foot stuck at the door
In this article, Jahannavi talks about her slightly atypical coming out experience and what to do if coming out receives mixed reactions
Coming out: big?
In this article, Mercury deliberates and comments on Coming Out and if it’s a big, special moment in people’s lives.
How to Be Out and Proud about Being Outed
Kenzie talks about what it means to be 'outed' by somebody, how it feels and some things you can do if you have been outed to feel better about the situation. She also gives some tips on how to deal with the person who outed you and make sure they don’t do it to anyone else.
Coming out: It's Not All on You!
In this article, Ina unpacks the difficult experience of coming out to their parents as genderfluid, and what they have learned from it.
Crafting Wings from Ashes
In this article, Katherine discusses how growing up LGBTQ+ in a homophobic household can provide you with the armor and self-assurance you need to tackle life’s most stubborn obstacles.
saving the day
Julius explains to upcoming LGBTQ+ superheroes the entirety of defeating the wicked internalized homophobia, saving their humanity, and the feeling itself, expressing a new form of individuality and self-love never imagined before.
Coming Out, Babey
Coming out: The hard truth
Kenzie talks about the less positive sides of coming out, her experience with homophobia and how to deal with non-accepting family and friends.
How to cope with semi-homophobic parents in the closet
Some parents of LGBT+ children don't believe in the community. This is how I cope with my semi-homophobic parents in the closet.
Thinking of coming out?
Being in the closet
Leanne talks about what it’s like being in the closet and gives her advice on how to comfortably be in the closet.
Things to know about coming out
Hollie talks about how coming out can be different for people and talks about the safety when you do.