Join us for an exploration of experiences around gender in public spaces through interactive story-telling theatre, where community members are offered a space to have their experiences and perspectives reflected back with respect. Come with a story to share or just show up to witness.
The program will begin at will begin at 7 pm, with a True Story Theater story-sharing and performance at 7:30. After the performance, the Rainbow Commission will provide information about Question 3 on the November ballot, regarding equal rights for transgender people in public accommodations–any places we go between home and work or school, including stores, restaurants, hotels, medical offices, public transportation, public parks, movie theaters, and more.
If you have a story to share that you would like to discuss in private beforehand, or if you just want to mingle and meet the Rainbow Commission, feel free to show up at 6:30. Cosponsored by the Rainbow Commission, Mystic LGBTQ+ Youth Support Network (Queer Mystic), Arlington Council on Aging, and True Story Theater.
Free and open to all.