Our Storytelling Workshop with The Dublin Story Slam is now full, however, you can still share your story! We are looking for LGBTI+ young people to share their stories of bravery.
It could be a moment of reckoning you had with yourself such as coming out to yourself or wearing something that reflected who you truly are. It could be a time you shared something for the first time with someone. Is there someone in your life that was brave on your behalf such as a friend, teacher or youth worker? We’re all ears for that too.
You can choose to share your story anonymously or with your name. You can write a short paragraph, share an image that tells a story or record a short video or voice recording.It is up to you!
If you are interested in sharing your story, let us know and we will be in touch with storytelling tips and support
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