Dear Bro, I have put so many letters together to send to you in my head, but none have made it to paper until now. I have seen so much on Facebook these days — people trying to keep everyone home safe, entertained, challenged to
Dear bro, I love you. I know it’s not my normal starting phrase, but now that we all are fighting the coronavirus, it should be the first words out of the mouths of everyone these days. There are famous people being reported as passing due to
Dear Bro, Some days start off well and then fall apart because of just one thing throwing you off. I am not sure if it happens more often as I age or not, but my life isn’t anything close to what I expected when I
Hi Bro, I have been thinking and I have been sharing about my coming out, being outed by someone else or just dealing with when one might come out. What I haven’t shared is what it is like to be in the closet. Being in
Dear bro, What is coming out? Telling someone that I am different from the norm. Most people look at someone and immediately determine if they are female or male. If I am in a winter coat with one of my baseball caps on, I get
Hi Bro, I should write home more often, but can’t seem to do it. Then today, I watched a movie and realized I could relate to it WAY too much. You may not have seen “Love, Simon” — but it was on HBO recently, and
Dear Bro: One of the hardest things I have done, was to come out to myself – and admit I was gay. Once you figure it out for yourself comes the hard task of telling others – to your friends and your family. It is
This will be a regular column here at “Whosoever”. The title of it is, “Letters to Home”. I will be writing letters to home that talk about me and what it is about living as an out and proud lesbian. I want to introduce myself.