I got an e-mail the other day from William Moreland, a British bisexual youth, who recently gave a really engaging speech about coming out and the LGBT community as part of TEDxYouthDay. When you think about the future of our movement and our up-and-coming leaders, keep an eye on this one; like quite a few of our readers, he's sharp as a tack and willing to dive head first into the fight.
I'm an avid reader of the site and a couple of months ago I gave a talk at a TEDx event as part of TEDxYouthDay, an international event. My talk was about communities and identity particularly in the context of LGBT issues. I'm not massively eloquent or as brave as some of the people you post but I thought the readership might be interested.
I'm not entirely sure why I'm sending you this, it's not self-promotion I'm just a student and happy being one for now, but it felt right. I hope you enjoy it.
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