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Friday, 20 October 2017 16:20

Three tennis players came out!

johanna larsson tara moore conny perrin

 

There have been no less than three coming out in tennis in recent weeks. These are new LGBT athletes to follow.

Published in Sport & Yoga
Wednesday, 11 October 2017 21:47

Etta Ng came out as lesbian!

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Etta Ng, the daughter of Jackie Chan and former Hong Kong beauty queen Elaine Ng, came out as lesbian.

Jossie Ochoa

 

For the first time, Jossie Ochoa talked about her homosexuality in an interview with Latina.com.

dodie clark

 

British bisexual singer and songwriter Dodie Clark, whom we know for her success on YouTube, has released a song about bisexual coming out that goes viral.

Published in Music

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In the video below, discover the incredible coming out of a 12-year-old girl who came out at a testimony meeting in her Mormon community.

diora baird

 

 

 

In a new issue of The Advocate magazine, actress and model Diora Baird addresses her sexual orientation and relationship with comedian Mav Viola.

Alia Shawkat

 

 

 

 

Actress Alia Shawkat came out and revealed to be bisexual with a little tomboyish style in an interview with Out magazinean interview with Out magazine.

Gigi Gorgeous

 

 

After two previous videos in which she discussed with her fans her gender and sexuality, trans YouTube star Gigi Gorgeous revealed she was a lesbian.

Beatrice Martin

 

 

A month ago Béatrice Martin, better known as Cœur de Pirate, came out as queer through a very moving letter published on the website of Noisey after the shooting in Orlando. The young Quebec* singer, who had been discovered especially in 2008 with her song "Comme Des Enfants" (Like Kids) spoke for the first time about her queer identity.

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Gina, a 16-year-old native woman from Sacramento, recently came out in a very original way.

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