Coming Out To My Parents | Therapy Dog

Therapy Dog | episode 22 | Coming Out To My Parents
Andy decides to come out to his parents, but will they accept Andy for who he really is?

Do you have a coming out story? Was it as awkward as Andy’s coming out story?

Drew Lynch is a comedian with a stutter and this is his dog with a name that’s Stella.

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Stand up comedian Drew Lynch from America’s Got Talent and his service dog Stella vlog about stories from their day to day life. He has a stutter, she has captions.
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  1. Thank you all so much for watching this episode and supporting us, and thank you to those of you who have shared your stories in the comments. I appreciate all of you. I do want to address the few comments and messages I've gotten from people who might have missed the message: this video is about loving and staying true to oneself, despite being shamed or unaccepted for it. I did not write an episode where Andy came out as gay to his parents because that isn't something I've lived. Instead, I wrote an episode that came from the heart and from my own personal experiences, while still keeping it in the context of a comedy. For me, it’s about how difficult it can be to tell your parents (or anyone) who you really are, especially if it isn’t what they maybe hoped or expected of you. It is not meant to be taken literally, it's not a political commentary in any way, and if you find you're so busy getting offended by it that you're incapable of seeing a heartfelt theme underlying an otherwise pretty innocuous and silly context in a cartoon, then this series probably isn't for you.

  2. While many people will see this as off-color, the point is that you are you, and no one should make you feel like you have to be something else, regardless of what that “else” may be.

  3. Wow, you’re straight, congrats. You know it’s actually difficult for gay people to come out, right? People get kicked out of their homes, are abused, lose friends and family, are kicked out of their churches, are sometimes even killed. We aren’t a punchline for straight people.

  4. Straight, squiggly, crooked, or anything in between is fine by me!!! I still think you're one of the most attractive guys out there for sooo many reasons!!! You are attractive, funny (obviously!), talented, quit witted, have a personality of gold, and have the most contagiously adorable laugh ever!!! ❤❤❤❤
    Ok…. Im done being a schmuck! 😂👍

  5. Being a young queer (Pan and non-binary) I feel like this is what my parents would say except it would all be about gay stuff instead of straight xD I also don’t know how people are offended cause I’m LAUGHING MY A$$ OFF

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