Watch: "Curve Connections" Episode One

Introducing Curve's new vlog about empowering our community to connect from a place of love and acceptance.


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Be inspired by connecting with your Curve Family. Through Curve Connections, social media intern Dina F. Gilmore will be facilitating and fostering a safe space free of judgement, where all sexual and gender identities are welcome.

We already face discrimination outside of the LGBTQ community, so why would we extend that to people within our community? Now is the perfect time to band together and to be the change that we wish to see in the world. Bigotry and ignorance are rampant within our own community. Instead of being divided, we should be united, and we can't expect change if we aren't willing to do the work, starting with ourselves.

Through Curve Connections, Gilmore envisions you, all of us, in joining her to bring positive energy, increased awareness about the words we use and how we interact with one another and support to our Curve family.

Gilmore's first episode explores hardships from her past and how she turned those experiences around to help her in her journey towards increased self-confidence, acceptance and awareness. Every week she will discuss how we can change, shift and grow together. 

Gilmore wants you to engage with her and the Curve community through Curve Connections. Leave comments on each episode, and suggest topics you would like to see covered. Request guidance, ask for support and even share your wins. Use Curve Connections as your forum to speak your voice, ask for support and to connect with others.

Watch episode one right here, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay connected to our Curve vlogs.

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