How Coming Out Changed One Gay Congressman

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As the first Congressman to voluntarily come out of the closet, Barney Frank felt a lot more comfortable among his colleagues — and he says he was more effective. His rule is that closeted gay politicians should be outed, but only when they vote to discriminate against LGBT people.  (Listen to Part I of our interview.)

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Photo: Gari Askew

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Warren Olney