National Coming Out Day: San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Invites You to Come Out

Gay Men's Chorus of San Francisco

Closets tend to be dark and cramped spaces, and unless you have a coveted walk-in like Liberace or Carrie Bradshaw, there's very little room for excess baggage -- and sometimes it just needs to come out.

The same could be said about the very act of coming out of the closet.

In honor of National Coming Out Day, the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus has released a video from the original cast recording of I Am Harvey Milk.

All 300 men, including Tony-nominated composer and lyricist Andrew Lippa, sing "Tired of Silence," and encourage those still cramped in the closet to come out.

After all, closets should only be used for countless footwear and never-before-used ski equipment.

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