As people of the LGBTQIA community, we have to go through the process of “coming out” to our friends and family. Coming out of the closet is never easy regardless of your age, gender or sexual orientation. Sagar Sonker has shared his story with us in hopes to inspire people in the closet to come out, live their lives and be true to themselves. “I came out of my closet (to my family) at the age of 30 (better late than never), when I was in a painful, one-sided relationship – I call it an attachment – with someone. I clearly remember the day when my mother suddenly asked me one day, “Tumhi tya goshti pan karta ka jya navra-baayko kartaat?” (“Do you also do those things that husbands-wives do?”) That was the moment when I took the courage of saying, “Yes!”. Read his story on our website. Link in bio. DM us if you want to share your story as well.