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LGBT Stories

This is LGBT Stories - We are dreamers, students, teachers, authors, drag queens, we’re spiritual, religious believers, black, white, brown, male, female, and everything in-between. The one thing that we all have in common is that we are LGBTQ. We are gathering a collection of stories inspired by the LGBTQ community and bringing these stories to the forefront of society. Through storytelling, we’re creating a space for other LGBTQ people to seek comfort and refuge from being unseen to living OUT and PROUD!
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Dec 24, 2016

In this episode of LGBT Stories, we hear the story of one women's life living the trans experience. If you'd like to tell your LGBT coming-of-age story on the show be sure to email us today!

  

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Dec 20, 2016

In today's episode, we hear the story that inspired author Ryan Sirois memoir, "King Of Stars", as told by Ryan himself. He shares how addiction, sexual acting out, and a loss of identity inspired his book, and how it all led him to, today. 

Pick up Ryan's book on his website at www.ryansirois.com

 

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If you have a story to share and want to be on our show, email us today.

Dec 9, 2016

Natalie Wood's message to one homophobic family made her an overnight viral sensation. While the world was seeking out the drama behind why she did what she did, we ask Natalie who she is.

 

Do you have a story of hope, of perseverance, a story that you'd like to share with the world? Please contact us at contact@ourlgbtstories.com to let us know!

 

 

*If you'd like to take part in the show but do not want us to use your name you can absolutely do this anonymously.

Dec 1, 2016

LGBT Stories documents the struggles, hardships, questions, joys, eye-openers and more, that many in the LGBTQI community have faced as they've opened up with the public, their families and most importantly themselves about their true identity, the decision to come out and what life is like today for them.

We believe that the more society understands marginalized groups of people, the more society can identify with these groups, the more an understanding of the views, emotions, beliefs become apparent, the closer we all become in being truly united.

 Do you have a story of hope, of perseverance, a story that you'd like to share with the world; please contact us at contact@ourlgbtstories.com to let us know!

 

*If you'd like to take part in this but do not want to use your name you can absolutely do this anonymously.

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