I watched the Gayle King show for the first time today, a followup of Oprah's final show. She had two guests on in one segment that told how the Oprah show helped them make huge life changes.
The man told of how he was a gay man married for 12 years. He was a JW, and he could not be true to himself as a JW. So the Oprah show gave him the courage to live his life as who he really is.
It was really short, just a few minutes, but he said "Jehovah's Witnesses" at least 2 times, and the others nodded at what he said. I think about the staff or whomever is around, and perhaps when they are approached by JW's in their "lifesaving work" they will ask about these issues.
It's not much, but something. Maybe if there is a JW struggling with this issue, or any issue for that matter, perhaps they can find the courage to live truthfully and happily.