Get Your Story Out

Submit YOUR story and help others come out at work
Out & Equal is excited to be partnering with the creators of No Dumb Questions – –  on this project, and we look forward to collecting your stories!

At Out & Equal, we know that the telling of one’s personal story is one of the most powerful ways we can communicate, make personal connections, and create change. And, we know that coming out, and being out, as LGBT in the workplace can be daunting, and that everyone has a different experience.

The Get Your Story Out site was created as a virtual center where people can share these experiences, addressing challenges and sources of support. By telling their personal story, participants can help others on their own path to being out–and equal–in the workplace.  Out & Equal believes that this type of sharing, in addition to training and education, is the best way to keep the conversation about equality going, and can move us all towards a safer, more supportive workplace.

Click here to visit the site.



  1. Hope all celebrated with ExxonMobil at Houston Pride parade last night!! Long time coming; what an honor to witness/participate and appreciate these subtle but powerful advances due to the hard work and perseverance and vision of many. God bless America. Really enjoyed 5/12 blogs from J kevin Jones and Mike Craig… it All matters!

  2. Is there a true need for me and others like myself (Christians) to be bombarded daily with LGBT stickers, posters and cards around my office. I am sick and tired of your personal choices imposed on myself, my children and my Country. Keep your choices to yourself, and we will chose who to support.

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