During this winter’s hibernation season, The Coming Out Chronicles are taking a break from putting out new material.
We didn’t want to leave you hanging though so we’ve got some of our older episodes set to automatically pre-release.
We hope you enjoy them!
We always get something new every time we re-listen.
What happens when you embody a marginalized identity while knowing that you can hide it more easily than others? Carly Hutton offers her own perspective in her conversation with Nancy as she speaks from her experience as a biracial, bisexual woman. In her decision to come out to her community, she not only wanted to demonstrate her support with other queer people but to also show others that there are people who look and love like she does within the queer community that have valid experiences, as well.
Carly Hutton is an Indigenous-Mexican woman living on unceded Sehmiahmoo lands, also known as Langley, BC. She is a writer, a musician, a wife, and a mother whose passion is to be an advocate for the marginalized. You can follow her family's journey on @carlymbutton on Instagram.
03:50: Coming out as bisexual
13:48: What prompted you to come out?
23:25: Support as an ally
31:56: What’s next…