El Paso’s LGBTQIA+ community can share stories nationally


The El Paso LGBTQIA+ community will have a chance to share their stories.

“Video Out” is an organization that travels around the country to share stories from LGBTQIA+ communities from around the country. Today they will be in El Paso. 

Members of the LGBTQIA+ community can go and share their experience and their story of coming out. Video Out will record it and upload it to their website to promote advocacy, awareness, and education. Video Out focuses on states with the most anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation. 

“It takes all stories for this project to be successful. So please share your story in order that we might share the diversity in the community and paint a picture that shows the world that we are queer we are here and we are not going anywhere,” said Jordan Reeves the founder of “Video Out.” 

The event will be held Thursday, Feb. 7  at the El Paso Museum of History from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Those who signed up to share will have 30 minutes to tell their story. The videos recorded here in El Paso will be available to view on the video out website showcasing the city’s diversity. 

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