As I'm fairly certain everyone reading this site knows perfectly well:
National Coming Out Day || National Coming Out Project; Human Rights Campaign
Thousands of people around the country celebrate National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11 every year with events on the day and throughout the month.
HRC (which I gots some issues with, but am willing to set aside for the day) also has a page on Coming Out as a Straight Ally:
A straight ally is someone who is not gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (GLBT) but personally advocates for GLBT equal rights and fair treatment. Straight allies are some of the most effective and powerful advocates for the GLBT movement. These allies have proven invaluable personally and politically, and are increasingly important in the fight for GLBT equality. Indeed, their voices often have been heard while those of GLBT people have been ignored.
Which reminds me that I haven't linked Abigail Garner's Families Like Mine site recently. So I am now.
Title a reference to last year's post on this.
And that's it. I'm going to try going back to bed.