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Graying Rainbows is a community that supports people of all genders and sexual identities, with a focus on the challenges of Coming Out LGBT+ Later in Life. We use interviews, history, and storytelling to connect people who are new to the Rainbow Community. Graying Rainbows is released on the first Monday each month.

Graying Rainbows Coming Out LGBT+ Later in Life Ginger Campbell, MD

    • Personal Journals
    • 5.0, 16 Ratings

Graying Rainbows is a community that supports people of all genders and sexual identities, with a focus on the challenges of Coming Out LGBT+ Later in Life. We use interviews, history, and storytelling to connect people who are new to the Rainbow Community. Graying Rainbows is released on the first Monday each month.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

MentorMarcey ,

Of Course...

Lured to this podcast from references on her amazing Brain Science Podcast, Dr Ginger Campbell continues to connect every week with me and my life experience. As a late boomer myself, this podcast feels like home with an already established circle of friends. Love the interviews and look forward to each unfolding story and that lovely, comfortable, feeling of familiarity. Thanks for inviting me in!

Dani Anfield ,

In love

I’m in love with this podcast!!! I’ve been looking for an LGBTQ podcast for a while and I have finally found one! I recommend listening to this 100%! Thank you for the amazing stories!

sdingwall ,

Relatable and Informative Interviews

Just found and joined the closed FB group (after seeing an article on a married woman coming out later in life). I realized I was bisexual in my early 40s, was married to a man, but didn’t give myself “permission” to be out until after my marriage ended and I met my partner (we’ve been in a relationship for 8 years and I started my coming out process the following year or so, in my late 40s).
I can relate so much to the stories of women coming out in their 40s-50s and beyond. This podcast is a great place for those of us to feel not so alone in the process of coming out in middle age.

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