Comedian Wanda Sykes has always been known for her quick wit, but it wasn’t until coming out that she truly had the freedom to speak her mind.

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After growing up in the public eye, Raven-Symoné was ready to take the secret of her homosexuality to the grave—until she fell in love.

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It Doesn’t Get Better…It Gets Epic! #GoBeEpic

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Growing up in a traditional home made it difficult for Janet Mock to feel comfortable in her own skin. But when she came out as a trans girl in “Marie Claire,” she started a trend of acceptance in her own life.

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Portia de Rossi battled losing her father, bulimia, and a Hollywood perfection complex before she made it out of her twenties.

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Rosie O’Donnell made a career out of making us laugh. But her past heartbreaks are no laughing matter. Hear how losing her mother and becoming a mother herself inspired her to advocate for gay parents everywhere.

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You might know her best for her role on Glee, but Jane Lynch wasn’t always about song and dance. Jane shares what it was like growing up with an “affliction”, and how New York’s piano-bar scene changed her life.

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She believed she was a girl, but everyone said she was a boy. Laverne Cox from Orange Is The New Black talks about being bullied, accepting her true self and proudly fulfilling her third-grade teacher’s prediction.  

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Sara Quin grew up hiding a big secret. Little did she know, her twin sister was hiding the same one. Pop musicians Tegan and Sara share their story about growing up gay.

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