Luis Mancheno talks about growing up in Ecuador as a gay man, fleeing his home country after being attacked, and eventually finding safety after becoming a refugee in the United States.
On the 8th of June 2014 I was involved in a homophobic hate crime whilst on a night out in Vauxhall in which a man threw concentrated ammonia in my face, subsequently blinding me for months. I wasn’t out as gay at the time and whilst the attack was thankfully widely reported across the media,… Read more »Posted by Benn Moore
Coming out to my Army Unit after the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.Posted by Andres Camilo Hernandez
When I was in High School my best friend at the time asked me out. I rejected, knowing that I was gay. Later that night I called her up and confessed to her how I only like boys and that it’s always been that way. After telling her this we grew closer but it came… Read more »Posted by Leland Glauz