Tuna Talk: Come out, come out, wherever you are





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Published on Oct 11, 2009

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National Coming Out Day


Missed everyone who was in DC - hope it was amazing!!!


Comments • 45

Heather Cicarelli
@Shakotta sorry, I just saw your comment. I usually just wait until people ask about my religious beliefs or sexual orientation, then I just come right out and say it. If they didn't want to know the truth, they shouldn't have asked lol:)
Shakotta Blount
@sleepingwith1sockon how did you even do that? and btw if you could get back to me in like the next hour thatd be awesome :-)
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I liked the video and the information BUT being homosexual is not a choice and I feel that it could give people the worng idea. Just as being straight is not a choice you are who you are
Haiden Fulton
wow you are 31 you dont look it at all go AJ
Brittany Kayseass
My parents are homophobic and I'm scared to come out. HEEEEY LADDIEEES. <3 aha.
Henrik Harbin
My friend Steph describes her lesbianism with one of the best metaphors I've ever heard: "I can choose to eat a strawberry... but I can't choose to be allergic to strawberries." Fortunately, she's not allergic to strawberries. She's also lesbian. Would she have chosen it? No. But it's who she is.
Henrik Harbin
Those who love him already knew. Not all of them accepted the fact that he was gay, but they accepted *him*, which after all is the important thing, right?
Bethany Hagensen
Oh geeze. That sounds complicated. It is probably okay to talk about it amongst people who loved him... that's my guess.
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