So you know how sometimes groups get started and then you think “hey, I want to get in on that but it’s too late now!”
Well, it was never too late in this instance, BUT we’re inviting you to COME OUT anyways.
This Wednesday at 7:00pm at the Gerber/ Hart Library (1127 W. Granville)
In honor of national coming out day, we’re turning our usual weekly discussion meeting into a coming out extravaganza!
So you secretly identify as a pirate? You have a crush on Michael Crawford? You eat that sugar goo they sell in the Walgreens candy aisle?
Whether it’s coming out as gender-variant for the first time, coming to Genderqueer Chicago for the first time, coming out as a Jimmy Buffet fan, or coming out as pumpkin pie addict, you’re invited to join us as we come together to share all that is appalling, appealing, painful, and hilarious.
Wednesday, October 14 at 7:00PM Gerber/ Hart Library (off the Red Line Granville stop)
Meetings are free (unless you want to donate some pocket change to the library that offers us a free space) and open to all people looking for a safe space to deal with personal gender issues and questions. Genderqueer Chicago is an inclusive community, and everyone wishing to take part is considered family.
Also, as part of coming out week, we're asking you to submit your own coming out stories to our blog! You can submit these to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a title and a publishing name! We reserve the right to deny publishing anything deemed offensive or inappropriate, but we'll always get back to you about all submissions.