Coming out isn’t something you do once; it’s something you’ll continue to do for the rest of your life. Regardless of sexual identity, coming out is an ongoing process of living your sexuality and gender identity and bringing it into your families, groups of friends, workplaces, and communities.
Join us on June 1st at our second Sarnia Speaks dialogue as we discuss what it’s like coming out and living as an LGBTQ individual in our community. Listen to the stories of our featured panel members and after share your own during an open floor.
The open floor is intended to be a safe space for anybody who wants to listen, contribute and/or learn, and is moderated by a local professional working in the field.
Free admission, no RSVP or tickets required.
For more information, please contact Danielle Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: this dialogue is not intended to be a platform to ask for or give medical advice.