Coming Out Day 2017 is on Wednesday, October 11, 2017: Does mail come twice a day?
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 is Coming Out Day 2017. National Coming Out Day Find out how to tell your family & friends that you are gay.
National Coming Out Day (NCOD) is an internationally observed civil awareness day celebrating individuals who publicly identify as a gender or sexual minority.
Each day for ‘coming out’, and open discussion and awareness raising about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues.Participants are urged to put on gay pride symbols, for example pink and black triangles or rainbow clothing, jewellery and add-ons.13/10/2012: Because of everyone who stated the flag was upside-lower – we’ve switched it around!
Mail comes once a day.
If the package comes via UPS or something though, it may come at a different time than the mail comes.
Idk what time the mail comes to your house or wherever you are having your item delivered, so I can't tell you when you will get it.
What exactly is National Coming Out Day?
National Coming Out Day is up to you. You can use it as an excuse to come out if you want. In my college the GLBT club sets up a door and have gay students step out of this door, symbolizing coming out of the closet.
Long answer short, you don't have to do anything on this day, but it is wise to take advantage of it.
My period comes every 50 days????!?!?
Well a period should come every 20-22 days, so typically a month. If it takes 2-3 months to come i would get it checked out anyway because at one point i went from a monthly cycle to twice a month. Turns out i had a slightly high hormone that threw it off and went on the pill for about a year and seems normal now.
If you're not worried then that's fine, but a typical period comes once a month, so even if this is "normal" for you, you may want to make sure everything else is in check, because apparently for young women this is typical apparently or so my doctor told me..to have a slight thyroid or hormonal imbalance that throws the cycle off a bit.. Anyway if you're not worried then I wouldn't worry too much so long as you actually get one. Even a 3 day monthly cycle is normal, but if it is prolonged any further than what it is now, then yes I would go in because it could be something as minor as that, which is very treatable too :)