Coming out isn’t easy. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people of all races, regardless of age, are juggling a lot and working through a series of uncertainties around whether they will be rejected; how the world will treat them now that they are out; and what sort of added discrimination they will face as an out LGBT especially when they are as young as 8; 10 or 16 year old.
Parents, word of caution: your reaction to the news and your behavior from that day forward may be crucial in establishing how your child will develop his or her own self-worth and confidence. It is important to put your own fears and concerns to the side and focus on being committed to supporting your child. How do you do that? That is what this show is about. Today I am on fire, let’s normalize being gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender especially for our children and teenagers:
We answer your questions like:
How will I know if my teen is gay?
How will I share with other family members, church and community?
How can I help my teen feel more comfortable talking about sexuality?
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