Jed Ryan Guests on Triversity Talk! On Thursday June 10th, 2021 at 7 PM ET

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Wendy Stuart Kaplan and Steven Bloomer-Teague will be hosting TriVersity Talk this Thursday at 7 pm ET with featured guest Jed Ryan.

TriVersity Talk is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh and learn.

TriVersity Talk! Is part of TriVersity’s ICARE Initiative. ICARE stands for Increasing Community Awareness through Relevant Education. ICARE Programs are generously funded by The Greater Pike Community Foundation.

‘TriVersity Talk!’ welcomes award-winning writer & photographer Jed Ryan to the hot seat. Join Steven Bloomer-Teague and Wendy Sutart Kaplan as they talk with Jed about his career, his love for the LGBTQ+ community, and, of course, his burlesque-ing!

More on Jed: Jed Ryan is an Award-winning writer and photographer who has been covering the LGBTQ community since 1994. His writings and photographs have appeared in many print and online magazines through the years. Jed is also a burlesque performer and neophyte actor– although he still prefers to be BEHIND the scenes! Jed is also a registered nurse who has worked at a large teaching hospital in New York City for 25 years. He has an affinity for bad hombres, nasty women, and exotic animals!

Watch TriVersity Talk! Live on Thursday at 7 PM ET on Youtube here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn-l_oQgLF0

Or on the Triversity Talk! Facebook page here:

https://www.facebook.com/triversitycenter/videos

The official website for the TriVersity Center may be found at https://www.triversitycenter.org

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