Canal Street Online Manchester

Queer Up

Queer Up

To celebrate the launch of Alexis Caught's new book Queer Up, we are inviting young people from across Manchester to an interactive evening of Questioning, Pride and Wellbeing with Alexis Caught & Charlie Craggs.

As well as a fun packed evening of talks and group activities, everyone will walk away with a goodie bag including a signed copy of Alexis's new book Queer Up.

A positive and uplifting book for young people who are queer or curious - and their allies looking to support them. In this empowering and uplifting book, award-winning podcaster Alexis Caught sets out to help queer and curious teenagers explore their LGBTQ+ identity and understanding. Alongside the author's personal experiences are first-hand stories from notable LGBTQ+ figures, providing a inclusive account of what it means to grow up queer.

With chapters on questioning, coming out, friends and family, love, sex, shame, pride and allyship, this is insightful, thoughtful and reassuring book is essential reading for any questioning teen and their allies looking to support them.

*this event is for teens and parents.

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Published: 14-Feb-2022

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