Dating coach Anita Charlot offers dating advice to LGBT newbies. This is valuable advice for anyone who doesn't have a strong support system in the community.
When Ellen Page revealed her identity as a lesbian woman, the country went crazy. But coming out coach Rick Clemons has to ask: Since when is homosexuality front-page news?
Watch Ellen Page come out in a moving, brave speech on Valentine's Day!
Homosexuality and coming out of the closet is a hot topic, especially for those who struggling in secrecy. It can be a trying and emotional time and it's beneficial to have an understanding support system. YourTango Experts Senior VP Melanie Gorman is joined by life coaches Frankie Bashan, Mary Malia, Rick Clemons, JJ. Cameron Gantt to discuss the journey of coming out and what you can do to make your experience as comfortable for yourself as possible.
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Life coach Rick Clemons shares a love letter to his grandfather, thanking him for his patient wisdom, quiet acceptance and unending kindness. Who gives you the strength to embrace your true self? And have you told them how much that means?
Coming out and life coach Rick Clemons wants you to relax and enjoy the holiday season. With tips ranging from how to avoid people who don't "get" homosexuality to keeping conversation light and positive, Clemons' seasoned advice will most certainly get you through even the most — ahem — challenging holiday party.
Kids these days have it tough, but gay kids may feel like they're fighting an uphill battle. This coming out coach gives you the tools you need to encourage and nurture your LGBT kid or teen in a world that's sometimes still unfriendly toward homosexuality.
There are so many gay and dating websites for gay men these days, it's easy to get lost in the web! Coming out coach Rick Clemons helps you navigate which ones to love... and which to sashay away. Grab your board; we're about to do some serious surfing.
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.
In honor of National Coming Out Day, this life coach offers 10 ridiculous reasons to stay IN the closet. Get ready to laugh, because if you believe any of these silly tips, we've got an iceberg in Arizona for sale.
It’s dark. Red taillights and white headlights assault my eyes as I write. My modern family and I are back on Interstate-5 after completing a much-needed pit stop, food break, and gas fill-up en-route to Santa Cruz, California. No, it’s not a re-enactment of vacation with Chevy Chase. It’s a milestone moment. Our oldest daughter is off to college, and we’re all part of the adventure – my former wife, my partner, our youngest daughter, myself and of course the college girl.