Sometimes we in our little gay bubble forget that not all gay men come out. In our coming out survey, about 10% of those who responded told us they were not ‘out’.
...what should you say when someone comes out to you?
"Like a lot of us, I’d always cast a sideways glance at that copy of Gay Times or Attitude on the top shelf of my local newsagents, and remember the all consuming wave of nausea and panic that overcame me the first time I bought one."
“How do I come out?” It’s a question that I’ve been asked before and, interestingly, I always seem to start talking about TV storylines.
Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.
As I get that bit older, I tend to find that more things are becoming less important and my sense of taking each day as it comes is becoming far more accessible.
I am all for PrEP. Besides being cost-effective, PrEP is an outstanding preventive tool and should be freely available to anyone needing it.
In 2015, over 3,320 gay men were diagnosed HIV-positive in the UK.
Are you ready to come out?
The FS crash course to sexual orientation.
Coming Out is the term used by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people to describe their experience of discovery, self-acceptance, openness and honesty about their LGBT identity and their decision to disclose, i.e. to share this with others when and how they choose.
When reconciling being gay with faith all I can say is this: I read the Qur’an and the Bible when I was trying to come to terms with my sexual orientation 24 years ago