Day 1 – Your sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
Day 2 – Did you have any experiences as a child that might have foreshadowed your sexuality?
Day 3 – How old were you when you knew? What was that like for you?
Day 4 – Who was the first person you came out to? Tell the story.
Day 5 – Did you have any thoughts regarding inner turmoil about your sexuality? Did it escalate to self-injury or suicidal thoughts?
Day 6 – Did you face any problems regarding religion?
Day 7 – How did your parents respond? Or how do you think they will.
Day 8 – What does the closet, or being in the closet, mean to you?
Day 9 – What do you think about LGBTQ pride? Is it helpful or hurtful? Encouraged or unnecessary?
Day 10 – What does marriage mean to you?
Day 11 – What is your favorite LGBTQ book?
Day 12 – What is your favorite LGBTQ movie?
Day 13 – Who is your favorite LGBTQ role model/celebrity?
Day 14 – Your favorite LGBTQ song or artist
Day 15 – Your favorite LGBTQ quote.
Day 16 – A picture from your first LGBTQ relationship or your first LGBT crush
Day 17 – Something about the LGBTQ community you don’t understand or have a question about.
Day 18 – Say something or post a picture about your first experience with an LGBT organization (ie Day of Silence, Pride, etc).
Day 19 – Butch or femme?
Day 20 – What’s your favorite queer-positive show?
Day 21 – What political LGBTQ issue is closest to you or affects you the most?
Day 22 – An LGBTQ image that makes you smile.
Day 23 – An LGBTQ image that makes you sad or angry.
Day 24 – The stupidest argument/comment you’ve heard about gay people or an LGBTQ issue.
Day 25 – The LGBTQ slur you hate most or if you’ve taken back a slur and used it as a definition (ie queer or fag)
Day 26 – What’s your favorite gay joke? (We all need to laugh at ourselves)
Day 27 – Your favorite LGBTQ blog/tumblr/site
Day 28 – Write a letter to someone. It can be a coming out letter, a letter regarding how you hate homophobia, or a letter to a senator asking to support LGBTQ issues. You don’t have to send it.
Day 29 – SHOUT SOMETHING! It can be happy, about pride, or about why you hate homophobia! Anything!
Day 30 – Anything LGBTQ you want to end on.