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Is The Closet Required To Have A Career?
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Coming out is a huge issue for most gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered persons. Coming out in the workplace is often the most challenging part of the process. While the entire process involves fear, heart wrenching discoveries and some risk, coming out at work is especially risky. What are the risks? What are the benefits? When and how to come out at work? Those are the questions I'd like to explore today.

Man in closet 


Gay Friendly Companies: Advertising and Marketing
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One Gay Friendly Company made the HRC Best Places to Work for Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transexual (GLBT) Equality list in 2007 AND 2008 in the industry of Advertising and Marketing. 

Does this look like your advertising career right now? Make the change!

Coming Out on Coaching: Choose a Supportive Coach
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You’re stuck in a dead-end job. You want to figure out your next career move. Because you’re gay, it’s important to make a wise decision. You don’t want to end up in a hostile work environment that that doesn’t support diversity.

You go online to find a career coach. You contact a man who says he’d love to work with you. He says he can help take your career further. The cost: $300 a month, for two 30-minute calls. The deal sounds great. You sign on the dotted line.

On the day you decide to come out to your coach, he tells you how he’s active in his church – which turns out to be a fundamentalist denomination that you know has no tolerance for the gay community. Now you’re disappointed. You’ve made a mistake.

Unfortunately, the scenario plays out often as unsuspecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender professionals try to make significant transformations in their lives. Coaching can make major transformations possible. But you must do your homework. Not all coaches are accepting of the GLBT community.

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