Looking back, seeing the little parts of myself that distinguished me from other kids – they’re the best parts of myself that I love, and that it’s just so important to embrace.
I am a 21-year-old woman that has been attracted to females ever since I was 12 years old. I have been gay my whole life but I figured it out around that age and just assumed that I was bisexual. I didn’t want to be different than the other kids in school and I was… Read more »Posted by Alexandra
My journey to love and accept myself was a long one. I was always different. I was an immigrant, an ESL student, poor, talked differently, short, round, didn’t have a traditional family structure and was not completely what society assumes as “masculine.” I hated it. I just wanted to fit in. Given my parents were… Read more »Posted by Manas
I was 22, standing at the podium, microphone in hand, facing easily over one hundred people. I took the moment in, both knowing and not knowing how I got there. I finished my closing speech as president of the most influential fraternity at a university of nearly 20,000, only to hear the uproar of people… Read more »Posted by Kevin Coop