Two years ago, I posted this article about the National Coming Out Day conversation I'd had:
"Not the National Coming Out Day conversation I expected"
What really blew my mind, in that on-line conversation two years ago, was how the person involved just plain didn't believe me, and kept insisting I was wrong about my experience -- the taxes I pay that they don't, my legal situation, etc.
How do you think the conversation might be different today, in 2011, instead of 2009?
What's changed over the last two years in allies' consciousness about the reality of daily life as a lesbian, bi woman, gay man, bi man, transgender woman, transgender man, genderqueer person, queer woman, queer man, queer person?
Allies, what's changed for you over the last two years?
LGBTQ folks, what changes have you noticed in allies' support?