Mentors

Want to speak to a member of DSU’s LGBTQ community? Do you have questions about your orientation or gender identity that you’d like a mentor to answer? Do you need advice on how to be an ally to a friend or family member? Our mentors are happy to help. Use the email form below or come into the Resource Center office if you’d like to speak in person.

barrett beck

Barrett Beck

I grew up in a rural community in New Hampshire. Even though I wasn’t out at my high school, I was the target of bullying for being a lesbian. The stress of coming out to my family and friends led me to drop out of school in my junior year, though I returned as a senior. It took me a long time to be comfortable with who I am, but I’m now happily out and have been married since Oct 2014.


Robyn Boudreau

I am transgender, and I led a closeted, unhappy life until a few years ago. My coming out was quite public, so I understand how scary the world appears to be for those who are coming out, or contemplating it. My advice for you is to be yourself. I was never happy until I let myself be the real me. If you are struggling with gender identity issues, or any aspect of coming out, I am here to help.


 

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