Take Action for NCOD: Join the Conversation on Social
October 11, 2013 by HRC staff
Post submitted by Heidi Hurst, HRC Consumer Marketing Intern
Whether you come out as bisexual or transgender, to your family or to the internet, in person or in a letter, coming out still matters. Every person who speaks up changes more hearts and minds, and creates new advocates for equality. For the 25th anniversary of National Coming Out Day, the Human Rights Campaign is bringing NCOD to social media, but we need your help.
This Friday join social media stars Tyler Oakley, Marissa Mayne, Terrells Famous, and others in celebrating National Coming Out Day. Share your story about why coming out still matters on Vine, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, etc using the hashtags #NCOD and #comingoutstillmatters. Follow and tag @HRC and @WeAreHRC for reposts of our favorite Vines and Tweets!
Throughout the day, this page will be updated with Vines from LGBT individuals and straight allies sharing their coming out day stories. Join the conversation!
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