LGBTQ+ platform’s flagship livestreaming event starts May 16 at 5 PM EST
Frankie Grande, a famous actor, singer, producer, TV and YouTube star is sharing how he overcame addiction, alcoholism and depression.
The older brother of singer and actress Ariana Grande is among the headliners of Taimi Talks — the premier livestreaming event hosted by Taimi — the world’s largest LGBTQ+ platform on May 16 at 5 PM EST.
During his livestream Frankie Grande will talk about the struggle with substance abuse that is far too familiar for LGBTQ+ people. Grande is also set to discuss the physical, social and financial impact of addition.
His powerful journey to sobriety is truly inspirational. Frankie Grande will discuss what led him down a path of destruction, and how he overcame it.
A conversation that is very much necessary in 2021. The world that is much more closed, less social and quite frankly shut down on many fronts can certainly lead to people struggling with loneliness and depression.
Frankie hopes that his story will inspire people to open up, to share and start the very important conversation around addition within LGBTQ+ community, and hopefully inspire someone to get help and get sober.
The main goal is to relay a message of hope. A message that you are not alone and that it is okay to ask for help.
Taimi Talks will start live on Taimi — the world’s largest LGBTQ+ platform.
Taimi is the place where all LGBTQ+ people can feel safe and secure, it is the platform to find meaningful connections, and the star-studded Taimi Talks is the premier livestreaming event to connect with LGBTQ+ personalities.
In addition to Frankie Grande, Jazz Jennings, Jake and Hannah Graf, Trixie Mattel, and Latrice Royale will host livestreams on May 16.
About Taimi: Taimi is the world’s largest LGBTQ+ platform that features a social network and dating app. Taimi offers the safest and most secure user experience on the market — with its several verification layers, 24/7 profile moderation, PIN/Fingerprint/Face ID, and live support. The platform’s fundamental policy is zero-tolerance for judgment, discrimination, hate, or aggression.
Taimi is free to download. Taimi XL subscription provides access to features unavailable or limited in the free version of the app.
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