WEST HOLLYWOOD — Lesbian comediennes, writers, cultural activists, and poets will host a special event Wednesday to celebrate National Coming Out Day.
The event, which will start at 7 p.m. at the West Hollywood City Council Chambers, is free and open to the public.
Because space is limited, RSVPs required at lesbianculture.eventbrite.com.
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Several actress-writer-comediennes are scheduled to appear:
- DJ Liza Dye
- Sabrina Jalees
- Tara Jepsen
- Mo Welch
- Ali Liebegott
Author-poet Michelle Tea and multi-hyphenate Bridget McManus (poet, television host, screenwriter, producer, director and award-winning performer) are also on the lineup.
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Anna Margarita, aka La Choca, an award-winning filmmaker, journalist, and cultural activist, and screenwriter Dara Nai curated the event.
The event, part of West Hollywood’s Lesbian Speakers Series, is a collaboration between The Lesbian Culture Club, the Los Angeles LGBT Center, and the June Mazer Lesbian Archives.