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Former Los Angeles Dodger Billy Bean, who was closeted throughout his professional baseball career, said Tuesday that people need to be able to come out in their own time.
We need to see how God came in order to see how God continues to come into our world.
But for God's sake don't grab the microphone to come out and then say it's a choice.
Some even chose careers on the basis of their safety in the event they decided to come out.
Allow visions to come to you as you dance, or invoke images you like and dance to them.
When we send them out to ships they are going to come back and measure Ronald Reagan against that frame of reference, so we set our standards high," Conklin said.
On the very first Coming Out Day, I learned never to come out to a close relative in a moving vehicle.