The process of coming out is different for everyone. Coming out can involve a unique set of issues based not only on the identity with which you are coming out, but also on your circumstances – including your age, location, familial status, class, ethnicity, gender identity, dis/ability, sexual/romantic orientation and countless other factors.
The GLBT Resource Center is here to support you by providing a safe space to hang out, talk about your experiences, make friends, attend educational and fun programming, and pick up some resources to take home with you. Texas A&M students can also utilize Student Counseling Service for individual counseling, or support group services.
Resources for Families & Friends
PFLAG offers a number of publications available for download via their website. These publications include Spanish and English resources for families and friends.
The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA) worked with parents of LGBTQ+ folx to develop a series of one-page, translated leaflets. The multilingual leaflets answer basic questions about being LGBT and dispel common misperceptions. They are available in the following languages:
- Chinese: Simplified script, Traditional script