PFLAG presents OUTober "Women's Coming Out Story-Slam"

Join us for an OUTober women's night of intimate
story-telling as we hear coming out stories that are tender, bold, difficult,
shocking, and hilarious! If you have an interest in hearing the hearts and
struggles of women as they came to terms with their sexual orientation and
explored their gender expressions then this is the event for you. This is a
rare experience you won’t want to miss.

Seating is limited, so be sure to arrive early as this will
be a standing-room only event!

Free, open to all self-identified women of any sexual

(Special note: Stories may contain adult themes or
profanity, so plan accordingly if you have young children.)

If you could like to volunteer to help with this event
and/or bring refreshments to share, please contact Victoria at This will be
a very, very special evening.

OUTober is a month-long series of events hosted by PFLAG
Austin to encourage us to face fears, be brave, and celebrate National Coming
Out Day. See for more information. Events include a
FIRST-EVER Pride Flag Raising Ceremony at City Hall (Oc.t 1), a Priscilla,
Queen of the Desert
movie sing &
dress-along fundraiser, coming out story-slams for transpeople, men, and drag
queens, coming out stories from therapists who will also host a Dealing with
the Trauma of Coming Out workshop, and much more!

Event date: 
Friday, October 17, 2014 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Event address: 
5501 N Lamar Blvd
78751-1029 Austin