Coming Out is a gradual process and is different from person to person. It's neither straight-forward nor quick, and it's a journey that needs friends. Being comfortable with your personal identity is the first step to coming out. On this page, we'll refer you to a number of different resources. Coming Out can be stressful and difficult, but many believe the rewards are worth it.
Free counseling services for all students of ETSU. Additionally, there is a Trans Support Group that meets throughout the year, but it is asked that you do not publish where exactly that the group meets. People who are questioning/trans/genderfluid/etc. and are interested in being a part of the Trans Support Group can call or email the Counseling Center. Ask to speak with Beth Evelyn Barber.
412 J. L. Seehorn Rd.
Johnson City, TN 37601
Location: D.P. Culp Center 3rd floor
- Advocates for Youth
- GLAAD: Religion, Faith & Values
- Human Rights Campaign: Resource Guide to Coming Out
- Transgender Visibility Guide
- Coming Out Issues for Latinas & Latinos
- Coming Out Guide for African Americans
- Religion & Faith
Links to resources and websites are provided as a service to our students, and do not constitute an endorsement of their organizations or programs. ETSU is not responsible for the content of the individual web pages found at these links.
NOTE: If you discover a problem with one one of the links on this page, please contact the Multicultural Center at 423 439 4857.