Jenna Lyons

October 28, 2011 by staff 

Jenna Lyons, J. Crew president and creative director Jenna Lyons is generating a lot of press lately and it is not his fashion sense of Michelle Obama designs Beloved. This is because Lyon is divorcing her husband and now, according to The New York Post, in a relationship with a woman.

The woman, identified as Courtney Crangi, works in his brother Philip’s jewelry to the stars of the business.

“Courtney is an attractive blonde who balances working hard with his family,” a source told The Post. Crangi has three children, while Lyon has a son, Beckett, who will soon be your ex.

As expected, there was a rah-rah tone of coverage, a celebration of Lyon ‘coming out. “It’s a difficult time for Jenna and Courtney. Divorce Jenna is very ugly but it’s great having someone who is there for her,” Post says the source. “Yes, friends, a lsbn may be fashionable,” exults The Huffington Post. “And it just kind of style, but really elegant. In fact, two lsbns can be fashionable.”

Good to know!

“We are encouraging, obviously,” wrote “girl-girl-in culture” Autostraddle blog about the “lsbn power couple.”

Lost in the celebration is as Lyon’s husband of nine years, Vincent Mazeau, might be feeling. It is quite possible that they just discovered the sexual orientation of his wife. Along with the usual crude disbelief (“You must have known, right?”) That leaves a spouse whose partner has to take care of the spouses toward men often have the additional problem of being mocked or ignored.

“The husband disappears, which is a factor not,” says a 47-year-old, whose wife left two years ago. “He’s not part of the story and nobody takes it seriously. I felt a bit like an auction similar to the Seinfeld joke about George Costanza turns every gay woman. As expected everyone to be a little weird. It is a horrible feeling. ”

This man prefers anonymity, since, for reasons related to the job, his wife has not come out publicly. For the purposes of this story, I’ll call him Joe. Two years ago, Joe was approaching his 25th wedding anniversary when his wife suddenly dropped a bombshell on him: she was a lsbn. “I was devastated, confused, and humiliated to some extent,” says Joe. “But I felt like, yes. That explains a lot. Because our sex life had been subjected for so long.”

Joe and his wife told their two older children, but could not say to many others in his circle, Joe intensified feelings of alienation. He, however, with a sympathetic therapist. He also found solace in the straight spouse network, an international support group for heterosexuals who are or were in relationships with gay couples.

The group, founded by the other side of Friendship Closet Buxton author sympathizes online and in local meetings and annual meetings attract hundreds of people. Joe says: “I would tell Vincent that a supportive network is essential. I can not even imagine going through this in the public eye, should provide a completely different dimension to it.”

The shock gob-smacking your spouse’s emotional announcing that he or she is hmosxl (or the discovery of some form), may even result in the disruption of post-traumatic stress. Anxiety attacks, depression, sleep disorders, memory, and difficulty trusting people are common symptoms of PTSD and find a gay couple. Some heterosexual spouses have talked about profound changes in personality or habits: The development of food preferences did not like before or loss of interest in favorite activities once. The brain, trying to deal with significant emotional trauma can alter their neural pathways, creating, in essence, a different person.

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