The Soundtrack of my Life Episode 1 – I'm Coming Out With the Soundtrack of Dawson's Creek

Episode 1 takes a path down, probably one of my most important journeys to self-identity and an even longer, destructive, and eventually predictable journey to self-love.

Identifying as a proudly stated gay man has been one of my most cherished realizations, in acceptance and strength. Not because of the label, but for all that I gained, I banked, in direction, acknowledgment, power, and unconditional love. I also got some close friends to share the journey with me.

For me, these two uniquely beautiful human beings take the reigns in this episode. Hendrik, who is a legacy pioneer in fighting for LGBTQI+ rights in this country.

Ditshego Ditshego, who was actually a student of mine, of which roads lead us to become loved friends, and I’m grateful to her for sharing her journey through being more than just a proud transgender woman.

Some details on the soundtrack to Dawson’s Creek. The soundtrack to this arc in my life.

Songs from Dawson’s Creek is the first soundtrack album for the teen drama television series Dawson’s Creek. Released by Columbia Records and Sony Music after the broadcasting of the series’ first season on The WB network, it features a set of pop-rock and folk-pop songs by artists such as Sophie B. Hawkins, Jessica Simpson, Shooter, Heather Nova, Adam Cohen, Sixpence None the Richer, and Paula Cole, most of which appeared during the series’ second season.[1]

A commercial success, it scattered two US charts hit singles, including Sixpence None the Richer’s “Kiss Me” and Dawson’s Creek‘s theme song “I Don’t Want to Wait“, and reached the top of the Australian Albums Chart. The album also peaked within the top in Austria, Norway, Sweden, and the United States. During its first sixth months of release, Songs from Dawson’s Creek sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide and was certified triple platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) and gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[2] In Australia, it became