LGBTQ+ People Are Always Coming Out

Even years later, I still have to walk out of the closet

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When people talk about “coming out”, they’re usually talking about it as if it’s one time — one instance where you’ve got to pull off the band-aid, face the potential backlash, and then move on.

The truth is a little more complicated than that.

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When I’m not writing, you can usually find me hanging out with my cats. pricelindy@gmail.com

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