Queer Teen Podcast with Anthony Giorgio

By Madison Arts and Culture Alliance (other events)

Thursday, June 1 2023 7:00 PM 8:30 PM EDT

Queer Teen Podcast will be recording a live podcast (audio only version) to kick off Pride month on Thursday June 1st at 7pm at the Madison Community Arts Center! 

The mission of Queer Teen Podcast is encouraging the next generation of Queer Youth from across the world to stand up for what’s right. 

The host, creator and producer Anthony Giorgio has been recording Queer Youth and adult stories for 4+ years from all across the world and he feels the time is more important than ever to raise up the LGBTQIA+ community! We need to understand who Queer folks are from their own mouths. 

This live podcast will have guest speakers including:

Kate Okeson founder of Make It Better 4 Youth, part of the The Monmouth County Consortium for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Youth

Adaryll Moore author of God, Forget The Wheel, Please Take The Whole Damn Vehicle

Reggie Bledsoe is the Director of the Essex County Office of LGBTQ+ Affairs.

Our journeys are personal. Each of us approach this great big beautiful place we call Earth, in whichever way that it speaks to us. It takes our whole life to keep discovering what exactly that is. There are no rules to anything. 

Anthony is married to an amazing beautiful creature, has wonderful friends, two adorable fur babies and loves to approach life with grace, integrity, honesty and drive! Anthony’s says “we choose each other and that is probably the best way for all of us to co-exist as these Queer, powerful and fabulous beings.”

Just keep loving who you truly are, see all around you and embrace anything in life that comes your way.

Learn more about Queer Teen Podcast here- 

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