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Non-Binary Person Inspired to Explore Gender Identity and Leave Toxic Ex During COVID Lockdown. “I Had Finally Chosen Myself.”

by Taylor Mckenzi

Non-Binary Person Inspired to Explore Gender Identity and Leave Toxic Ex During COVID Lockdown. “I Had Finally Chosen Myself.”

I’m Taylor McKenzi and I’m from Austin, Texas. When I was younger, I knew that I wasn’t like the other little girls around me. When we would play pretend I would often choos...

Queer Black Man To Grandmother: “He’s My Fiance And If You Don’t Get That, You Don’t Have To Come To The Wedding.”

by Terry

Queer Black Man To Grandmother: “He’s My Fiance And If You Don’t Get That, You Don’t Have To Come To The Wedding.”

My name is Terry. I’m from Baltimore, Maryland. Growing up, I was really close to my grandmother. I lived with her for times. My mother and I lived with her for months or maybe ...

“I Never Thought About Sexual Violence As Something That Could Be Perpetrated By A Woman.”

by Marissa

“I Never Thought About Sexual Violence As Something That Could Be Perpetrated By A Woman.”

My name is Marissa. I am from Montclair, New Jersey. Growing up as an only child, I sought out older kids and wanted to be taken under their wing. When I was 17, I was a camp coun...

“I’m Maria… I Happen To Like Girls. I Happen To Be Intersex.”

by Maria Triads

“I’m Maria… I Happen To Like Girls. I Happen To Be Intersex.”

The Resource Partner for today’s story is interACT, a nonprofit that uses innovative legal and other strategies to advocate for the human rights of children born with intersex ...

“Listen. I Just Need You To Know.” After 10 Years Of Secrecy, Woman Confesses Love To Another Woman.

by Court Lurie

“Listen. I Just Need You To Know.” After 10 Years Of Secrecy, Woman Confesses Love To Another Woman.

My name is Court Lurie and I’m from Chicago. So I was 19 or 20 and I had transferred from University of Illinois to Savannah College of Art and Design. They had a softball team ...

“You Have To Leave.” Facing Discrimination In A Hospital At The Height of the AIDS Crisis.

by Doug Rice

“You Have To Leave.” Facing Discrimination In A Hospital At The Height of the AIDS Crisis.

I’m Doug Rice, I’m from Rochester, New York. Robert and I met in 1983 at a record store I was working at. He came in as a customer and I’d just gone to a Talking Heads conce...

The Sweet Breakup.

by Stine Bats

The Sweet Breakup.

Stine Bats found herself in her first relationship. As excited as she was about it, after a while she knew it was ending. But she wouldn’t let it end badly. I think you can tell...

Mom Attends Drag Show To Learn How To Accept Gay Son.

by Barton G.

Mom Attends Drag Show To Learn How To Accept Gay Son.

Barton’s story will take you on an up-and-down journey, beginning with optimism… In this chat room, I met this professor. He became a very influential person in my life. I wasTRANSCRIPT: I’m Barton, I’m from Lebanon, Ohio. I’m currently living in Bloomington, Indiana. When I was 16 years old, I used to participate in the gay community through the...

We’re From Bloomington, IN – Video Story

by Julia and Melissa

We’re From Bloomington, IN – Video Story

Today’s Video Story was collected on the 50-state Story Tour. Check out the blog where you can read about the adventure we had and some of the stories we collected. If you hav...

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