A host of British LGBT stars have joined together to share their coming out stories in a special video for The Albert Kennedy Trust, a charity dedicated to homeless LGBT young people. Amongst those taking part is Duncan James, one quarter of Blue – the UK’s 2011 Eurovision representatives.
When I was about 26 years old, after having a secret four year relationship with a guy.
I thought maybe I’d be gay bashed in the street. People shout “queer” as I walked down the street. You know I had all these fears in my head that all these horrible things were about to happen.
It wasn’t until I was 30 when The News of the World ran a story on me. That was when the bisexual story was released to the public.
You can watch all the stories and find out further details about the campaign in the clip below.