At the same time, another revolution has been occurring in a relatively quiet and uncoordinated fashion that may ultimately yield even greater effects on public stigma. People with mental illness who previously chose not to disclose their experiences have been coming out of the closet. These include such renowned individuals as John Nash, Mike Wallace, Patty Duke, Margot Kidder, and Rod Steiger. They also include people who happen to be our neighbors, coworkers, friends, family members, and others with whom we regularly associate. Research suggests that when people in the latter group— "People who are just like me!" —disclose their experiences with mental illness, the antistigma effect is greater than when famous people make such disclosures.