Cruz talks about the liberating moment that he first said the words, "I am gay," as well as how that epiphany has guided his acting career.
The brilliant "Lloyd" from Entourage fills us in on how and when he came out to his family - it's a tough but touching and funny story.
The star of The L Word discusses growing up in a very accepting environment that included her father coming out without breaking up the family.
The star of the recent reality series Workout tells us that a high school relationship with the lead cheerleader, "rocked my world," and she talks about the joys of moving to LA.
The former WWF wrestler talks about his unique experiences as a young gay kid (including an awkward kiss with a girl on roller-skates) and what he thinks about the religious right.
Scissor Sisters front man Jake Shears talks to Logo about his own coming out experience and how glad he was that he came out when he was young.
Out pop star Ari Gold says he doesn't remember a time when he wasn't gay, all the way back to loving The Wizard of Oz as a little kid.
Broadway performer Billy Porter recalls his coming out story, where he had to come to his mom three times. Third time's a charm!
Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls talks with Logo about her own Coming Out Story.
Emily Sailers of the Indigo Girls sits down with Logo to share her personal Coming Out Story.
Chris was the Mayor of West Sacramento, California. He has decided to put politics aside for now and come out.
Chris has struggled to get closer to his father. Coming out to his father is one of the big hurdles to jump.
Chris comes out publicly to the community of West Sacramento, as the Mayor.
As the mayor of West Sacramento, Chris has long kept his sexuality under the radar, until now.
Chris takes on the process of coming out to those who are close to him, while coming out publicly at the same time. What's it like for a public figure to come out?
Now that Chris is out, how does he feel and what will become of his political life?
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See more of Tom's story as he comes out to his sister and hear what she has to say.
Deep in the middle of the country and bible belt values is Tom. Tom has decided to come out to his best friend and sister Gina.
Tom is a public speaking professor at a community college in Kansas. Despite being surrounded by homophobia, Tom braves his journey of coming out in hope that his sister, who is battling cancer, will be accepting of him once he tells her he is gay.
Tom takes the leap and tells his sister. They've been best friends all their lives. Will this make them closer?
Exclusive clip of Scott talking about his coming out process.
Meet Scott, who has decided to take the leap and come out.
Scott makes dramatic progress in his steps to coming out once and for all to those who are closest to him.
Scott does it! Now that he's officially out, how does it feel and what's next for him?
Van is an identical twin. Her sister Elizabeth is straight and Van has never come out to her as a lesbian. She's tried before but never been able to do it. The time has arrived.
Van's closest friends Kelly and Jesse think it's important for Van to tell her sister. As good friends, they give her advice and encouragement. Van performs in Idaho as a drag king in the group Boys of Boise, which draws a big crowd.
Van gets ready to face her sister and tell her the whole truth. She cares a lot about what her sister thinks because they've always been so close.
JP is 23 and a lesbian. Her traditional Korean mom has always wanted JP to learn to cook and keep a house for a husband and family. JP wants to come out to her mom now and introduce her girlfriend to her mom.
JP has always been close to her mom. They have always been very close and the thought of her mom not accepting her is very scary. Her mom doesn't understand other cultures outside of a traditional Korean family. JP told her dad years ago, but he still thinks she'll grow out of it.
JP's nervous telling her mom. Upsetting her mom isn't what JP wants, but she know telling her will ultimately make things better in her life.
Meet Trish, aka Feloni. She's a rising performer in the Detroit Hip Hop scene. She was brave enough to come out in the hip hop world, which is known for having a homophobic history, but can she brave coming out to her family?
Feloni thinks her brother Tony has always known about her sexuality but it's remained unspoken. Facing her father with the truth is the daunting task she's been putting off.
She does it! Feloni tells Pookie she's a lesbian. As scared as she was, it turns out to be better than she thought.