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More Coming Out on TV from Around the World

Posted by gaycounselling on Saturday, January 3, 2015, In : Coming Out 
'Eyewitness' is a new Norwegian tv crime drama series with Coming Out as the central plot. We've added it to our list of Coming Out films and TV series from around the world, now with its own page!

Check out TV shows and coming out films from Norway, Sweden, Germany, Israel and elsewhere here. Find out what it is like to come out in non-English speaking countries and how this is depicted in the movies and on TV. We've also included links so you can buy some of these films and tv shows on Amazo...
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Coming Out as Gay Later in Life

Posted by Gay Counselling on Monday, June 2, 2014, In : Coming Out 

Advice for an older man coming to terms with his sexuality isn't always so easy to find. But coming out later in life is not unusual. For example, many men who have been married and raised children make the decision to live life differently when their children are independent. If this is something you are considering, it can be helpful to know you are not alone.

Christopher Plummer (who was Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music won an Oscar for his portrayal of a gay widower and father in t...
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Married and Gay... And In a Straight Relationship

Posted by gaycounselling on Saturday, October 23, 2010, In : Coming Out 
In the film Mulligans, Dan Payne plays Nathan, a father and husband who has been keeping a secret from his wife and children for 20 years. Nathan is gay. When Nathan's son invites a college buddy to stay for the summer, Nathan finds he can no longer suppress the feelings he has been hiding and the family must come to some new understandings.

Nathan married his girlfriend because she became pregnant with their son when they were both in college. In the film he says "it seemed the easiest thing...
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Solving Coming Out Problems.

Posted by gaycounselling on Saturday, August 21, 2010, In : Coming Out 
Coming Out is a different experience for everyone. It can happen to us - we can be 'outed' - or we can do it ourselves. Some lesbians and gay men choose not to come out. Some people come out quite early, at 16 or 17 or even younger, others have more experience of life before they decide to come out.

There are lots of factors that can make coming out more difficult or seemingly too hard for many of us. Family expectations, religious perspectives and homophobia or hatred can stand in the way of ...
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