I've experienced racism and homophobia my whole life, so I've trained myself to just deal with it calmly, to not cause a scene, and to find a way to calm the situation down.
Being 'out and proud' can feel like a real luxury of Western culture, where people are often white and see existing white gay people in their culture. That's a kind of privilege people don't know they possess.
From my vertical, people, especially men, don't realize what clothes can do for their self-esteem, the way they see themselves, their confidence.
I'm married to a man from Utah, and I talk about that very openly.
I live in Utah.
As a stylist, my goal is to help people be the best version of themselves.