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Teens feel secure enough in who they are and share that information with loved ones.
It takes courage and strength for a young person to share who they are inside, especially for teens who are unsure of how their families will respond.
LGBT teens may feel free to speak openly about their feelings and possibly romantic relationships for the first time.
For transgender teens, they may finally feel free to begin expressing themselves as the gender they feel inside.
The fear of society had held back Lemon for a long time.
But he is now actively engaged in the betterment of LGTB community. Don, coming out as gay and speaking for equality regardless of someone’s sexuality, is going to make a big difference in the LGBT community. He was born and raised in poor neighborhood of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
They may fear disappointing or angering their families, or in some instances may fear being physically harmed or thrown out of their homes.
In most cases, parents need time to deal with the news.
I was afraid that you would no longer watch me”, was his reply when asked why it took so long for him to come out publicly.Having a supportive and helpful environment at home and good relationships with friends and will help teens to manage their feelings and deal with any discrimination they may face.Teens may accept that they are LGBT, but aren't ready to start sharing this information with anyone yet.Many teens have mixed feelings when they first try on a new way of identifying. In some cases, teens might be overwhelmed by all these feelings and try to bury them.For example, they may isolate themselves from others for fear of being exposed, or "outed." Some teens may feel very alone, especially if they live in a community that doesn't have an active LGBT-youth support system.
He has also worked for NBC news and MSNBC in earlier part of his career. He has been a prominent feature in CNN’s news team for about 10 years now.