Posts Tagged ‘straight’

Steven Part 2

Published by beckatz on April 19th, 2010 - in Video Stories

Steven’s Coming Out Story Part 2 from I Want the World to Know on Vimeo.

In Part 2, Steven talks about the importance of being out, how he identifies his sexuality, and what advice he has for people who are thinking about coming out. Once again, Steven infuses humor into his wonderfully articulate story. Watch and enjoy!

Pam and Ann, Part 1

Published by beckatz on September 20th, 2009 - in Couple Stories, Video Stories

Pam and Ann’s Coming Out Stories Part 1 from I Want the World to Know on Vimeo.

Pam and Ann live in Los Angeles and have been together for 23 years. They met on a film set in New York city in the 80s and haven’t looked back! They came to discover their sexualities in very different ways and also had very different experiences coming out to their families. Through it all they have stuck together and have built a beautiful relationship and family; they have two amazing kids, Lily and Mason. Pam and Ann founded Harry Dog Productions, a film production company and have been working in the film industry as producers for over 2 decades. Their love is inspirational, and their stories are honest and moving. Watch Part 1 and stay tuned for Part 2!

Betsy, 26

Published by beckatz on May 19th, 2009 - in Video Stories

Betsy’s Coming Out Story from I Want the World to Know on Vimeo.

Betsy, a Boston native, currently lives in New York City and is about to finish her Masters degree in Educational Theatre at NYU. She first realized she might be gay when she was 14 and wrote it down on a piece of paper in the school nurse’s office, which she still has to this day. However, Betsy didn’t act on those feelings until her freshman year of college. Betsy is now more confident than ever and believes that her sexuality is just a small piece of what makes her who she is.

Kristy, 31

Published by beckatz on May 10th, 2009 - in Video Stories

Kristy’s Coming Out Story from I Want the World to Know on Vimeo.

Kristy grew up in Lawson, Missouri, and she was raised in a religious home where being gay was not accepted. She came out as a sophomore at Illinois State University and excelled in basketball. She now lives in New York City where she trains athletes at Columbia University and organizes Proposition NYC, the “hottest new Friday party to hit the New York girl scene.” She says she has never been more comfortable in her own skin and believes that creating a dialogue about sexuality is the best way to make room for compassion and understanding.

Visit the Proposition NYC website at http://www.propositionnyc.com.

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