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Outing: Meet Me At The Intersection of Lgbtq+ And Disability

  • SF LGBT Center 1800 Market Street San Francisco, CA, 94102 United States (map)

Come join us for an exciting afternoon of community conversations when we dive deep into the intersectionality of LGBTQ+ and Disability! A panel discussion will kick off the event, followed by short community conversations. Topics include:

Coping with Microaggressions
Coming Out: LGBTQ+ and Disabled
Advocating for Your Sexual Health

This event is being co-hosted by the SF LGBT Center and LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired. No matter what communities you are a part of, by attending this event we hope that you will learn, meet new people, and have a fun afternoon! Light refreshments will be served.

Our panelists are:

· Kelly Vilavong, Family Services Coordinator at Deaf Counseling and Referral Agency

· Ryan Easterly, Executive Director of WITH Foundation

· Alex Locust, SF Aids Foundation and Glamputee

· Jessica Lehman, Executive Director of Senior Disability Action

·Laura Millar, moderating

Keep checking this page for updates, as new event details will be posted here, including a list of speakers and other discussion conversations.

*This event is free, but space is limited and registration is encouraged.
**Access info: ASL interpreters will be provided and this event is wheelchair accessible (second floor of building is accessible via elevator). If you have other access needs, please email Allyson Ferrari at aferrari@lighthouse-sf.org or call 415.865.5664, at least a week before the event.
***The Center is a low-scent building.***