In Latebloomer 2 Elaine Bracken and Rachel Dickson pick up the topic of “Coming out Late” and explore the impact of truly living authentically.
Listen in as we discuss:
Life after coming out
Loving and accepting past versions of yourself
The feeling of unboxing yourself and embodying your truth.
Sexuality has nothing to do with sex but about who and how you love
How authenticity brings confidence
Feeling more feminine as gay than as hetero
Passing as hetero vs. living the butch life
Surprise! Being a tomboy will get you kicked out of charm class
The invisible decision to either resist or go along with hetero-normative societal imprinting
The effect of hetero-normative language and the need for gender neutral terms
Is it our comfort or others that pushes us into the closet
Hope in the power, beauty, and acceptance of the new generations of souls being born.
Thank you for sharing time and space with us at the Conversations at the Council Tree Podcast!
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More information about Rachel Dickson http://www.racheldickson.com
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