While AJ has not yet come out at work, the small wins are what matters most.
Kieran is an Equestrian major in college (yes, there is such a thing!) and has spent their whole life around horses. But growing up – and coming out – in […]
Fred gradually comes out at work with an affirming stance across the board. Nevertheless, Fred still worries about coming out again at their next job.
Kameron had a plan for coming out at work. However, he hasn’t followed through on it. Is it reluctance, resistance, fear?
When M comes out at work accidentally, he’s forced to grapple with choosing a pronoun, troublesome co-workers, and the deeper question of gender identity.
Inspired by seeing visibly genderqueer people at a conference, Jayden finally took the plunge and came out to everyone: co-workers, family, friends, and even extended family.
Since the early 90’s, Plymouth has been questioning their gender. Having not yet found a satisfying explanation to afford others, they remained in the closet. Today, Plymouth is out as their real self – in life and at work – and couldn’t be happier.
Thanks to the support of peers and professors, Beck has taken steps to be out at work as a non-binary graduate student in a plant biology lab.
A recollection of all the posts from last month’s Featured Voices theme: SOFFAs (significant others, friends, family, allies). And introducing next theme: Out at Work or School.
Now a seasoned gender veteran, Julie looks back on her son’s fascination with the female historic personages aboard the Titanic.