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With the Flick of a Wrist, Trans Woman Turns a Corner in Her Transition and Decides to Come Out at Work.

by Jami Shofner

With the Flick of a Wrist, Trans Woman Turns a Corner in Her Transition and Decides to Come Out at Work.

My name is Jami Shofner and I’m from Houston. Twenty years ago, which was back in the mid-nineties somewhere, I was doing stand-up comedy as a woman, and I was in a drag show in...

One Person’s Path To Nonbinary Identity: “Having Doubt and Uncertainty Doesn’t Make Me a Fraud. It Makes Me Human.”

by Rae McDaniel

One Person’s Path To Nonbinary Identity: “Having Doubt and Uncertainty Doesn’t Make Me a Fraud. It Makes Me Human.”

Hi, my name is Rae McDaniel. I’m from Chicago, Illinois. I was in a place in my life about four or five years ago where I was really questioning a lot about my gender identity a...

Trans Woman Comes Out To Colleagues, Who Welcome Her With Open Arms.

by Jessica Soukup

Trans Woman Comes Out To Colleagues, Who Welcome Her With Open Arms.

Hi, my name is Jessica Soukup. I’m from Austin, Texas. I currently work at Texas State University. I’ve been here now for 11 years. About five years ago, I came to a revelatio...

Story Update: Ingrid Galvez Thorp on Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace. “We Are Stronger When We Work Together.”

by Ingrid Galvez-Thorp

Story Update: Ingrid Galvez Thorp on Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace. “We Are Stronger When We Work Together.”

Nathan: Welcome to this week’s Story Update. Today, we’re going to be speaking with Ingrid Galvez Thorp, whose story we filmed about four years ago. Before we talk to Ingrid,...

First Openly Trans Officer at Austin Police Department Shares Journey.

by Greg Abbink

First Openly Trans Officer at Austin Police Department Shares Journey.

My name is Greg Abbink and I am from, originally, Canandaigua, New York. And I remember it was around 4 or 5 years of age when I had the realization that, as I would put in my own...

Gay Man Claps Back At Homophobic Boss. “It’s Been A Delight Working With Everybody Else. But Not You.”

by Barton Jackson

Gay Man Claps Back At Homophobic Boss. “It’s Been A Delight Working With Everybody Else. But Not You.”

My name is Barton Lee Jackson II. I’m from Eagle, Idaho. Idaho is an at-will employment state, so by the same concept that you can leave your job at any point without any justif...

Gay Man Comes Out In The Workplace. “Be Who You Are, Embrace Who You Are, Leverage Your Differences.”

by Steve Garibell

Gay Man Comes Out In The Workplace. “Be Who You Are, Embrace Who You Are, Leverage Your Differences.”

Hi, my name is Steve and I’m from north Jersey. I began working in the retail apparel industry out of college and it was predominantly a very safe environment for someone in the...

Gay Man Comes Out To Friends, Then Family, Then 250 Co-Workers At The Same Time.

by Luis Carlo Parga

Gay Man Comes Out To Friends, Then Family, Then 250 Co-Workers At The Same Time.

Hi. I’m Luis Carlo Parga and I’m from Montreéal, Québec. My grandmother and grandfather moved in from Italy, as did most of my friends, but I was half-Mexican as well. I rem...

Encountering Homophobia At A Networking Event: “I Wasn’t Going To Let People Devalue Me.”

by Marc Coleman

Encountering Homophobia At A Networking Event: “I Wasn’t Going To Let People Devalue Me.”

I am Marc Coleman. I’m from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. About 14 years ago, I started my business in what has become its current incarnation. And as in the course of running a b...

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