Fancy came out in college, while she was 3,000 miles away. She was relieved that she was so many miles apart when her mother found out.
Sherea was 14 years old when she came out. She was always a tom boy. She says her sister overheard her talking on the phone and sold her out to her mom.
Black Hat always knew that she was gay. She says her family was very, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" when they found out the news. Black Hat was a tom boy as a child, but loved ballet as well.
Young Tef was raised in a strict church family. When she came out, she was disowned from his family. She says it was awkward at the time, but now she's out and that's that!
Big Freedia talks about God creating her this way and Coates gives us his take on people being born gay and his religious views surrounding the discussion.
Miles and D. Smith talk about their experiences with being bisexual and transgender.
Host, T.J Holmes, addresses the topic of gays in hip hop revealing their identity.
Karamo speaks his mind about reminding your church of your self worth. Host, T.J. Holmes, gives pastor Bryant a chance to respond to Karamo.
Language can be taken personally. Clay Cane, Fly Young Red and Darryl McDaniels give us their thoughts on the "F" word and other language issues they've encountered.
Now that Miles is out of the closet, Milan reveals when he first came out at age 13 to his younger brother.