Posts Tagged ‘pride’

393: LGBTQ Leadership, The Rainbow Difference – Steve Yacovelli

Leadership. We hear this term thrown around alot these days. It means many things to many people, and in different contexts it takes on lots of different meanings. But what does LGBTQ Leadership look like. “What unique challenges do you face as an LGBTQ individual in the roles of leadership? How do you present yourself?…

385: Celebrating Fatherhood and Pride – Dillon Rasmussen

Imagine that you make the decision to be a parent. Only there’s one problem. You’re going to have to jump through some extraordinary hoops to get there. For starters Fatherhood means there’s two daddies in the equation, which means to the uninformed, it’s virtually impossible for two men to conceive. However, to the well informed,…

384: Questions You’re Afraid To Ask About Coming Out – Anne-Marie Zanzal

Coming out is scary enough. You have tons of questions, and with the right people, you’ll feel comfortable asking those questions. But sometimes you have those questions that you just want to ask, but either don’t know how to, are are afraid to ask. Today, fellow coming out coach Anne-Marie Zanzal joins me as we…

282: Uncloseted Riff and Rant – Take Pride and Don’t Back Down

have fun, be creative

It’s Pride Month. Or at least that’s what those of us in the LGBTQI community call it. Not sure what Drumph and his cronies in Washington are going to say this year, since they didn’t’ really say anything last year. But screw them! We are here, were queer, and we have advocates all over the…

229: Attitudes and Mindset For Living Life Uncloseted – Jake French

Imagine for a moment, that the closet you live in is your own body. A body that keeps you hostage and you had no control over when you were taken hostage. In the blink of an eye, your entire life went from being free to suddenly being confined. Confined to the closet of a wheelchair.…