Embracing Identities: Stories of Coming Out Queer & Faithless — Call for Participants

Storytelling is a powerful tool for social change and building community.

The Embracing Identities Project is searching for personal stories of coming out as LGBTQ and atheist in a variety of communities. Our mission is to increase understanding of the diverse collection of people who identify as queer and faithless, examine the intersections of identities and experiences within this group, and to inspire others to embrace their identities within their communities.

If you are interested in sharing your coming out story, let us know! Participants can expect to set up time for one or two interviews in person or via phone. You will be involved in the process of editing your story into a written narrative with the potential of being published on Applied Sentience – a multi-university, online,  humanist publication.

Interested?  Or just want more information?  Please contact Heather Yaden at heyaden@gmail.com

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