Write to Katy Steinmetz at katy. The video he posted on YouTube of the conversation in which he told his father he was gay went viral. Claiming that invisibility was a major obstacle toward changing public opinionhe urged homosexual people to reveal their same-sex attractions.
I had been drinking alcoholically for most of my adult life and I think if I hadn't, I might have had more confidence in myself and maybe I would have met someone. This whole scenario was sadly typical.
InFrank was admitted to the bar in Massachusetts. United States Government Printing Office. Hoar J. Inhe publicly came out as gaybecoming the first member of Congress to do so voluntarily. Today is National Voter Registration Day! Interesting Facts.
House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 4th congressional district — Adams Thomas A. On November 28,Frank announced at a news conference that he would not seek re-election in In this position, he was one of the staunchest supporters of redress and reparations for Japanese American internment during World War II.
For a month, he stayed with another friend and never left the building, living with paranoia that he would be tracked down and, perhaps, killed this time. Earlier this year, David Matheson, a well-known former Mormon conversion therapist, said he was gay.
Below, three women share their stories of coming out in their 20s, 30s and 40s, explaining why, ultimately, it was the right decision for them. Ellen Lewin I had a friend — a gay man — who was pressuring me just to get it done so I could get on with my life.
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