Friday, January 20, 2012

Queer Youth Film Event at the Phinney Center, Wednesday February 1 at 7 pm

Join us February 1 as we focus on the experiences of Queer youth!

PNA Cultural Engagement Film Series features the film Put This on the Map

Wednesday, February 1, 7-9 pm
At the Phinney Neighborhood Association Community Hall - PNA Brick Building (Main entry from parking lot off N. 67th St., ADA entry at 6615 Dayton Ave N)
Free (donations welcome)

You are invited to a free screening of this award-winning local film featuring 26 queer youth sharing their thoughts and feelings about gender and sexuality. The Safe Schools Coalition, PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays), and Teen Link will be on hand to share resources, along with the filmmakers. Whether you identify yourself as straight or queer or prefer no label at all, whether you are 14 years old, 84 years young or “ageless”, you are welcome at this event.

Munch fresh popcorn, enjoy a soda and get the chance to win a free night out at the Majestic Bay Theater!

Following the 34-minute movie there will be an opportunity for thoughtful discussion , facilitated by the Safe Schools Coalition. What does Queer mean to you? What is gender? How do we find our identity? Where do we fit in our communities? Come to listen, come to share.

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