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domingo, 29 de diciembre de 2013

martes, 24 de diciembre de 2013

lunes, 23 de diciembre de 2013

Celebrities who came out in 2013


"Wentworth Miller – The "Prison Break" actor came out this summer in an open letter published on GLAAD's site to the planners of the St. Petersburg International Film Festival who had invited him to participate in their event. Miller felt that, as a gay man, he had no choice but to decline the offer due to the homophobic atmosphere that recent anti-LGBT laws have fostered in Russia."


Carolina Menke








“There are plenty of things I’d say to my 15-year-old self, especially prior to his suicide attempt. However, I’d have things to say to him in the aftermath as well. I remember carrying around deep feelings of shame after I tried to kill myself, feeling like I’d stumbled or failed life’s exam. That I was now ‘damaged goods.’ 

"That’s why when someone who knows my story approaches me with a ‘poor you’ attitude, my response is, ‘Don’t feel sorry for me. Because I know what it is to be tested. I know what it’s like to be broken and to have to pick myself up again. I know who I am in those moments. And I’m stronger for it." 

"There are people out there who have never been tested, who have never been broken, so when life eventually comes for them they can’t say for sure how they’ll respond. Maybe they’ll pick themselves up and maybe they won’t. And my heart goes out to them. Because sooner or later, life comes for everybody.”

Wentworth Miller. OUT Magazine. December, 2013
Carolina Menke 
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Carolina Menke

domingo, 22 de diciembre de 2013

Early Went-III



"...What I would say to that younger self — what I’d say to anyone who’s walked a similar road — is to focus less on the fact that you nearly ended your life and more on the fact that you survived, that you lived to tell the tale. And then tell it. I’d say, ‘What you think of as scars are medals. They’re badges of honor, testifying to something inside you that is determined and tenacious and enduring..."

Wentworth Miller. OUT Magazine. December, 2013.

Carolina Menke

sábado, 21 de diciembre de 2013

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