Faces Of Pride: Stories of Coming Out Ep. 1, Chris

Welcome to the first episode of my new video series, Faces of Pride, for which I interview members of the LGBT community about their experiences coming out. The goal of this series is to chronicle the various experiences people have while coming out and to shed some light on the struggles we should never have to go through to become who we are meant to be. Even more, this series serves to remind anyone out there struggling with their sexuality that they are not alone and that it truly does get better.

Today’s Guest: Christopher Carroll, a second year law student who discusses coming out at the age of 18

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1 Comment on Faces Of Pride: Stories of Coming Out Ep. 1, Chris

  1. This was so cool. Keep ’em coming.


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