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Navigating The Coming Out Conversation — From Both Sides


Coming out is scary no matter how old you are or how loving your friends and family may be. You’re revealing a deeply vulnerable side of yourself, and fearing that the person you’re sharing with could say something harmful in response. On the flip side, when someone comes out to you, it can be tricky to know what to say. How do you express uncertainty or fears without seeming insensitive? How do you show your support without being overbearing? Even the most well-intentioned listeners can accidentally say something wrong.
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Intersection: Remembering Billy Manes


Orlando lost one of its strongest voices over the weekend. Billy Manes a journalist, activist, provocateur, died over the weekend shortly after parting ways with the LGBT publication Watermark. Before Watermark he wrote for Orlando Weekly it was in that capacity that for years WMFE listeners heard Manes on our air.
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