“The coming out process was the most seminal time of my life, and I’m so glad I found the strength to finally ‘do it’.”
“All my friends literally died. Friendships I formed after that were people ten or fifteen years younger than me.”
“Our allies need to be actively engaged – that’s what brings about change, not just sitting and waiting for it to happen”
“I remember one recruitment person telling me that for women it’s hard and as a trans woman I could basically forget it”
“A part of me also loves being butch as fuck and to tell everybody to fuck off with what they think about me”
Wealth Strategist Karam Singh says he deals with several LGBTI clients and one of the main issues that tends to arise is a lack of awareness.
Coming out as queer is one thing but what happens when you’re not the only one in the family?