Have you read Jean’s coming out story yet? Here’s your chance!
"Coming out was always like coming home to myself, and at 26, I’m grateful to finally feel at home and I applaud those who are still fighting to find their way home."
"Coming out to myself was not like what I saw on TV or what I read in books. There was no dramatic revelation. I just came to understand and accept that I liked men. That part was easy. Breaking the silence was the hard part."
Check out “Quieting the Silence" by our very own Steering Committee member, Steven Truong!
Call out for All Coming Out Stories from Asian and Pacific Islanders!
Want to help API LGBT youth that are struggling to come out? Do it now by telling your story and sharing your advice! We encourage everyone to submit their stories.
Wouldn’t you have wanted support from another queer API when you were coming out?
Have you read the amazing riKu Matsuda’s story on Q&A Space?
“‘What are you?’ is a question I have been answering from the time I could speak. The first person who asked me this was not a probing stranger but my grandmother…”
Check out rikU’s piece, “Untitled,” now »
Congrats to the first Pinay lesbian couple to get fiancé visa and get married in US!!!
At Santa Clara’s Freedom Hall, Maria Cecilia Limson Gahuman, or Chela—the first lesbian to receive a same-sex fiancé visa from the US Embassy in Manila—exercised her new freedom to marry the woman she loves.