A week ago today, at Christ Church Neighborhood House in Old City, we hosted our first-ever evening of storytelling at G Philly’s LGBT Six-Word Memoir Slam. The event was in conjunction with our LGBT Six-Word Memoir Project, which we began this summer in an effort to collect the stories of Philly’s vibrant LGBT community. We laughed and cried as some of the entries rolled in, but there was nothing quite like being able to hear some of them being discussed out loud at the slam.
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