Come out come out wherever you are!

Matt Kailey's Tranifesto

Today is National Coming Out Day, and I am a vocal advocate of trans people coming out and being out. I think that the greater our numbers and our visibility, the more power we have.

However, I am also aware that many people do not or cannot come out for any number of reasons, including employment, family, personal safety, or simply personal preference. But for those of you who are out, let’s hear your best coming out story.

If you have been reading this blog for any length of time (thank you), or if have read a lot of my stuff (thank you), you are probably already familiar with many of my personal coming out stories. Below are three of my favorites so far:

>At the office: When I first decided to transition, I stopped wearing makeup and had my long, anchor-woman hair cut short – all in one…

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