Coming Out and Being Out

Coming out is a lifelong process. If you identify as same gender loving, bisexual, lesbian, gay, queer, or are questioning your sexuality, these resources may be helpful in continuing your self-exploration. Answers to Your Questions about Sexual Orientation and Homosexuality (American Psychological Association) http://www.apa.org/topics/orientation.html Coming Out to Your Doctor http://www.hrc.org/resources/coming-out-to-your-doctor Coming Out Stories (American Sign Language) http://www.deafqueer.org/resources/support/coming_out/stories/index.html I Think I …

Online Resources

A - CConnector.AsexualityResources regarding asexuality, including information on terminology, awareness, and support. Learn more.Connector.Bilingual Resources and/or Resources in Different LanguagesResources offer users sites and languages other than English, including American Sign Language and Spanish. Learn more.Connector.Bisexual People and CommunitiesResources for bisexual people, communities, and their allies, including, the history of the bi flag. Learn more.Connector.Bodies, Relationships, and SexualityThese links offer ...

Coming Out to Your Parents

KNOWING WHAT TO EXPECT The purpose of this is to inform LGBTQ+ young adults about the process most parents go through when their child’s sexual orientation or gender is disclosed. The stages to be explained are: shock denial guilt expression of feelings personal decision-making true acceptance The process assumes that you have wrestled with the idea of whether or not to come …

About Coming Out

Introduction For too long we have been told we must hide our homosexuality. We have been asked to live a lie. We have been forced to live double lives. We have been told by our homophobic society to deny who we really are and whom we love. We have lived with enormous fear–fear for our rights; fear for our jobs; …

Coming Out Group – Sexuality

Questioning/Coming Out/Being Out Group: Fall 2017 Details: Wednesday afternoons, from 3:00-4:30 p.m. beginning THIS WEEK, September 27th and ending on December 6th. Location: LSC 308 OR 306 (some weeks) Each semester, the Pride Resource Center and the CSU Counseling Center co-facilitate a group for those who are exploring different aspects of their sexuality and gender. If you are curious, questioning, ...