Before I even knew I was gay I experienced homophobia.
Both within myself (internalised homophobia) and from the outside world.
Todays solo podcast episode is a journey through my own personal experiences of what it’s like being a gay woman who came out at 30, over two decades ago.
I’m sharing my story of denying and repressing my sexuality for a very long time and the struggles I had to accept that I was gay, as well as some of the homophobia I&aposve experienced against me.
My hope is that this episode will help anyone who is struggling with their sexuality right now to know that you are not alone and that even though it can be a frightening, isolating and confusing journey it is absolutely 100% possible for you to feel proud of who you are and love and accept all of who you are.
I promise that every one of you listening is as worthy, as loveable and as deserving as everyone else in this world.
If you’re questioning your sexuality, struggling with coming out or fully loving and accepting all of your amazing, beautiful self then I am always here for you. Drop me a DM over on Instagram or email me.
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RESOURCES & LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE:
FREE LGBTQ+ Inclusion Guide: https://thequeerpreneur.lpages.co/lgbtq-inclusion-guide/
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