Coming Out in Style

Mark Leitao: Friend, Advocate, and #BulliesKeepOut Supporter In my opinion by far one of the toughest things I’ve gone through in my life was coming out of the closet. Although when I came out, which was quite a few years ago and things are different now, my experiences of choosing to come out when I was younger and older several people can relate too. It took me awhile to come out of the closet. I always knew I was gay {Read More}

Mark’s Story of Hope

PLEASE BE WARNED STORY IS INTENSE AND A BIT GRAPHIC AS IT TOUCHES ON SUICIDE!!!   MARK’S STORY! I sat at my desk at work with no plan ahead. The idea just popped in my head at an instant. I couldn’t take anymore of my life. The past few weeks I fell into a deep state of depression. I lost all hope of a resolution to my angst. I didn’t want to hurt the one I spent the last 10 {Read More}

Actress Crystal Lowe Speaks Out

Actress, Producer, and BKO Supporter Crystal Lowe Crystal Lowe is a Canadian born actress who at a young age began modeling competitions and has appeared on a variety of magazine covers. Crystal’s actress credits are numerous including Final Destination 3, Snakes on a Plan, Black Christmas remake, and much more. Crystal also has various credits in plays and is a fast-growing beauty in the entertainment world. Recently I was able to catch up with the wonderful Actress and Producer Crystal {Read More}

Moving On…

Forgiveness…Hope…Moving On I know some people believe that you can’t move on from forgiveness until you forget. This is simply not true. Take it from me. I have had to do my sharing of forgiving to move on from my past, and it was not an easy thing to do. I went into it not expecting to forget it, but to release my anger and be at peace. Forgiveness is for YOU, your heart, and your soul. You might not {Read More}

Acceptance

We often look for acceptance in all the wrong places. We look for it in strangers, in our friends, with our families, and even with our partners; however, we don’t look for it where it begins…within ourselves. How can you expect others to accept you if you do not even accept yourself? We might think we are in complete acceptance, but I often find there is a great deal of denial hiding that we are unaware of. Of course, I {Read More}

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