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Here's How To Navigate The Coming Out Conversation — From Both Sides

Coming out looks different for everyone and is a continuous process. WNYC Studio's Nancy hosts talk with people about their coming out stories to learn what went well, what could have gone better, and what to say if someone comes out to you.

Navigating The Coming Out Conversation — From Both Sides

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President Biden is set to leave Brussels on Tuesday for Geneva, the last leg of a trip where he sought to mend fences with allies and take a tougher stance on Moscow and Beijing. Olivier Hoslet/AP hide caption

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Biden And The EU Call A Truce On A 17-Year Trade Fight To Refocus On Threats From China

Biden tried to repair ties with European allies and convinced them to take a tougher stance on China. Next he'll confront Russia. But selling this at home remains the hardest part.

A body camera video recorded the arrest of Karen Garner on June 26, 2020, in Loveland, Colo. Garner, 73 at the time, has dementia and sensory aphasia. Loveland Police Department hide caption

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The Violent Arrest Of A Woman With Dementia Highlights A Lack Of Police Training

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Advocates say the case puts a spotlight on how ill-prepared police are when encountering someone with a mental disability.

The Violent Arrest Of A Woman With Dementia Highlights The Lack Of Police Training

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People unfurl a rainbow flag during an LGBT rights demonstration in front of the Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest, Hungary on June. 14, 2021. During the protest human rights activists called on lawmakers in Hungary to reject legislation banning any content portraying or promoting homosexuality or sex reassignment to anyone under 18. Szilard Koszticsak/AP hide caption

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Hungary Lawmakers Pass Law Barring LGBT Content For Minors

Hungarian lawmakers have passed legislation that prohibits sharing with minors any content that portrays or promotes being gay or trans

Dogs play in the water at the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek in Denver on Wednesday. By mid-afternoon, the temperature hit 96 degrees as part of the heat wave sweeping across the western U.S. Brittany Peterson/AP hide caption

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Doctors Warn Of Burns From Asphalt As A Record-Breaking Heat Wave Envelops The West

A high pressure system is expected to push temperatures above 115 degrees this week in Las Vegas and Phoenix. Officials advised people to be mindful of hot asphalt, sidewalks and even desert sand.

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