“As an American citizen, I found a community that was accepting and friends who continue to support me after I came out as a gay man in 1994. 2017 marks the 18th year of my immigrant family living in the US, and it has become clear that my family just wants me to be happy. I know this is not the case for everyone, and I am lucky to have a family who truly and openly accepts me. My mom went from not ever talking about my sexuality, to being a loud and proud LGBTQ advocate in her own community. She always tells her friends with gay children that they need to support them, no matter the path they choose.” — @humbertotoo, co-founder of #OpeningCeremony and co-creative director of #Kenzo, shares his experience as a gay man and first generation Asian-American in Donald Trump's America.