More than 3 million people subscribe to Ricky Dillon’s channel on You Tube, and in September he came out, though he’s not sure which label to claim, if any. She came out this month during the True Colors summit in Los Angeles, saying, “Because of the intersections that exist in my own life: Woman, multi-racial woman, woman of color, queer, bisexual, Mexican-Irish American, immigrant, and raised by families heavily rooted in Catholicism on both my Mexican and Irish sides, I am deeply invested in projects that allow our youth's voices to be heard, and that support our youth in owning their own complex narratives so that we can show up for them in the ways they need us to." New York City Councilman James Vacca, who represents a district in the Bronx, was so nonchalant about coming out that he did it in January on Twitter: “After talking w/ my friends & family I've decided to come out publicly as a gay man.
"As you can by the title and thumbnail, I’m sure, this is technically a coming-out video," he said. Now back to the over the summer, “I know I have an androgynous thing going on, and there’s something masculine about my energy.
OK, so maybe describing our relationship as a catastrophic scenario is slightly drastic, but my emotions at the time were certainly not.
So what exactly were those “peculiar circumstances”?
He's now talking about identifying as not straight and not cisgender, saying he's still figuring it all out.