This LGBT legend paved the way for other gay and lesbian athletes, and was selected to travel to Sochi for the Winter 2014 Olympics!
What a tricky and difficult concept for men to even digest. However, in today’s dating world, it’s much more common than most would like to believe. The first thing we need to analyze are these successful women, and how they got to the positions they are in. It would be fair to say that successful women play by the rules and know how to work hard and get what they want, with professionalism and education. Painting a picture-perfect world is also another trait most successful women demonstrate.
Today is National Coming Out Day, and it always finds a way to creep up and pummel me with a fist of emotions. This day reminds me of the journey I've been on for nearly seven years—from the torment of the closet to the proud, open person I see in the mirror now. See, coming out is not a one-shot deal. It begins with a finite moment, of course, but coming out is an infinite expedition in the life of a homosexual.
Sure, Fergie's all ready to pop any minute now but before playing wifey to Josh Duhamel, this mama-to-be was loving on some ladies. Surprised? Yeah, we were too, so we decided to dig a little deeper. Check out the other 9 celebrities we uncovered play for both teams.
X-Files star Gillian Anderson spilled to Out Magazine that she had a relationship with a girl throughout high school. However, the actress is more comfortable calling herself a bisexual, or perhaps using no label, because her subsequent relationships have been with dudes.
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In the latest headline news, and in advance of his book, "The Soundtrack of My Life," music mogul Clive Davis plucks the third letter — "B" for bisexual — from the LGBT acronym to define his own sexual orientation.
Gender as we know it in simple terms, you are born a male and therefore your gender is a male or you are born a female and therefore your gender is a female. The same goes for sexuality; you are female and attracted to a male or you are male and attracted to a female (heterosexual). Then there is homosexual attracted to the same sex or bisexual attracted to both sexes.
Now, if you're scratching your head and wondering, 'Why write about National Coming Out Day now?,' it's to make a point: There's life after coming out, just like there was life before coming out, and life during the moment you uttered the words, "I'm gay."
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