Category: 2013 Spring – What Happens Next? Part 1
By Kristine Meshak I was straight for 18 and a half years of my life. At least, I thought I was straight. I was raised in a conservative, Catholic family. Al-though there were strict definitions of right and wrong, it was a...Read More
By Katrina Chaves “I mean, I think guys and girls are equally attractive, but I could never fall in love with a girl.” Looking back on my 25 years, this assumption strikes me as most ironic. As a teenager, I described myself as...Read More
By Amanda Townsell My freshman year of college is when my story begins. Deep down, I think I knew that I was attracted to girls as well as guys but I refused to admit it, even to myself. Plus, I grew up in a rather rural area...Read More
By Claire Louise Swinford The trouble with coming out is that it is a constant process. No matter how visibly and vocally out we are, the process continues with each new interaction. It is easy to get used to that phenomenon, as...Read More
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