Tracey-Lee Johnson and Tracey-Lee February had very different experiences coming out to their families. Now, they're engaged to be married, navigating life as a couple with the same first name and share a love for the money filled, briefcase style game show.
Julia's first inkling that she wasn't straight happened when she was a kid, watching Titanic and realizing that she was on team Kate instead of team Leo. Navigating through her truth was challenging, but now so many aspects of Julia's life have really opened up.
Chelsea and Erica are both out and proud, happily married and raising their adorable toddler, Bex. With Erica serving in the US military, they moved from Minnesota to Florida which is taking some getting used to.
After Carling's traumatic marriage ended, she was ready for a new chapter and found her own L Word.
Jada and Chatham met overseas in the military. Snacks and orange juice were limited while on active duty, so Chatham knew how to get close to Jada. They've been inseparable ever since.
MyLin and Lindsay both experienced challenging hurdles in their coming out stories. The priority now is protecting their family from toxicity, upholding respect as a value and maintaining healthy boundaries wherever necessary.
Being told that homosexuality is a sin at a young age, Dawn hid their truth for a long time, believing that Jesus will show them the way. When Dawn fell in love with their future wife, the idea that they were committing a sin started to unravel.
As an out and proud immigration lawyer from Syria, Meryam helped her LGBTQ+ clients from parts of the Middle East come to Canada and escape the very real danger of persecution. She's now on a mission to fight for all marginalized Canadians rights and freedoms.