Eric Leven

It's Never Too Late

Filed By Eric Leven | October 16, 2008 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: The Movement
Tags: Christopher Street, gay rights, Manhattan, National Coming Out Day, New York City, Sheridan Square, Sheridan Square statues

This past Saturday, October 11th, was SheridanSquareStatues.JPGNational Coming Out Day and I purposely waited to post something to make the statement that it's never too late, nor too right or too wrong to come out and say, "I'm gay!"

Oh and by the way just so everyone knows: I'm gay!

Happy coming out and having made it this far everyone!

For information on the statues I'm standing with visit this link.

Click after the jump for the dedication text.

Standing with my brothers in Sheridan Square.


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Scott Kaiser Scott Kaiser | October 16, 2008 11:29 PM

You're gay?!?!?

(jaw hits floor)

I really want to see this monument. I've never seen anything remotely "memorializing" or honoring LGBT folk. You're lucky, Eric, that where you live cares that much about us.