Following an assertion that she felt more like a "dude", the 41-year-old boldly confessed she would "swing both ways" as flirtations between her and Scanlon became apparent.The Irish television presenter said: "You're quite girly in ways.
Emma Zyriek (Bel Air, MD) helped foster a safe and supportive campus environment at Greenville, South Carolina’s Furman University by highlighting Ru Paul Drag Race: Season One winner Bebe Zahara’s story of self-exploration and love.
“I look forward to the day when all young people will be able to thrive and achieve great things while celebrating their diverse identities and backgrounds.” Here are a few of their most notable accomplishments, and reflections: Travis Amiel (Westchester, NY) was inspired by our founding film, TREVOR, and produced a play about a contemporary gay teen.
Travis’ story took place in a world where The Trevor Project exists – and because of that, the teen was able to receive necessary life-saving resources.
Even as an ally, I still have the power to help save LGBTQ lives.” Ma Kayla Reed (Belfast, ME) was the keynote speaker at Pride Youth Gathering in Maine, where they educated the local community about Trevor’s life-saving resources.
Ma Kayla has the following message to struggling LGBTQ youth: “While things don’t always get better overnight, there will always be someone to talk to in order to get you through. You are loved, valued, and appreciated.” Adam White (Ashburn, VA) spread awareness of the importance of faith-inclusivity and family support for LGBTQ youth within the Latter-day Saint community.Later in the episode, as they chatted backstage on the set of TLC series If Katie Hopkins Ruled The World, loudmouth Hopkins claimed to be able to see her interviewer's private parts."Oh, I just saw your f***y," she declared as the RTE presenter spoke.