Brett Trapps gives a poignant talk about coming to terms with being gay in a deeply religious community in the American south with a surprising realization about himself and the community.
Brett Trapp recently left Corporate America to pursue his dream of becoming a writer and storyteller. He shares stories of self-discovery and identity on www.BlueBabiesPink.com which is inspired by his experience of coming to terms with being gay in the American south.
Previously, at Booster Enterprises, Trapp led a team of creatives that developed motivational character content for more than 1.3 million students annually.
Trapp believes in the power of good design, Seth Godin, SEC football, Chick-fil-A, Taylor Swift, Tarantino movies, and CS Lewis. He serves on the boards of directors for Beloved Atlanta, Refuge Coffee and the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx