Jean-Pierre took a moment at the beginning of Tuesday's White House press briefing to speak of her coming-out story for National Coming Out Day.
"You have to do what’s best for you in the time that it’s best for you and be gentle with yourself along the way," Betty Who says to those thinking of coming out.
Today is a day for honoring coming out, and all the related hopes, fears, dreams, and expectations for the queer future.
“To LGBTQ+ people across the country, and especially those who are contemplating coming out: know that ... you will have a community — and a nation — to welcome you.”
The airline also promised a "special surprise" for those who share their own #ComingOutDay stories.
Mary Griffith is maintaining her gay son's legacy by fighting to end "conversion therapy."