Brandon Carmody Radio

Brandon Carmody Radio

Radio Host, LGBTQ Activist, Actor, Piano Man and Musical Artist. I share my life, stories, news, politics, opinions, LGBTQ issues and thoughts.... Show More
November 12, 2017 19 min
GUEST: Danny Gogo #1 [10-14-15]

At the age of 13 he was going through issues with his sexuality at high school and found it hard to cope with coming out, he was getting bullied, day in and day out. Which is why he can understand how upsetting it is. He mentioned in an article that he listened to music to help him get through the bullying and also stated "staying with close friends is important because they will help and support you no matter what, without them I don't think I would of been so strong!"

By the age of 15 he knew he was gay and was becoming more confident with himself.

He finished school and got a job working in a shoe shop in his local area, also Danny went straight into college where he studied arts and design, he pass with a high distinction star finishing with a 3D gold Lady Gaga masterpiece. By the time he was 16 he completed college.

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