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    Meredith Baxter Comes Out
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Meredith Baxter (Birney), who is best known for playing the mom on "Family Ties" with Michael J. Fox, has Has Come Out as a Lesbian (this is not a WebMD site and we cannot guarantee content). Did you have to "come out?" Or has everyone around you "always known" who you were? Denise, author of the article linked above mentions that she, like Meredith, has had to disguise her presence as a part of a same sex couple in the past. Have you ever been asked to hide your vehicle, not answer the phone, or otherwise try to hide the fact that you were in a same sex relationship with someone? Do you think you would have handled things differently? Feel free to share your opinions or experienes. You don't have to be GLBTT to reply--just interested. Byroney
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