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LGBTQ staff at White House post photo to mark National Coming Out Day

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pic.twitter.com/QOm9pV66rS— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 11, 2022National Coming Out Day dates back to the late 1980s and has grown in profile with each decade.Related: White House trashes Marjorie Taylor Greene with one, brutal tweetAnother member of the White House team also shared her own story.

Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is the first out gay woman and the first Black woman to occupy the role.At the start of yesterday’s White House press briefing, she said, “Like so many in the LGBTQ+ community, coming out wasn’t an easy thing to do.

My family was traditional and conservative. Being gay in my family wasn’t something that you mentioned out loud or celebrated.”“But my family, like many families, grew to accept who I was.

Who I loved didn’t change who I was as a person. It didn’t change the things I liked to do, and it didn’t change the goals I had for my life,” she continued.“The beauty of America is its freedom and the promise that you can do anything you want regardless of your race, sex, country of origin, sexual orientation or gender identity.”Related: Stephanie Hsu on how ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ is helping people come outVice President Kamala Harris was among allies to post messages of support in celebration of Coming Out Day.I celebrate our LGBTQI+ community this National Coming Out Day.

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