Trans activist, author and TV star will be joined by her brother Sander for a livestreaming session on Taimi App May 16 at 6PM EST
Jazz Jennings is one of the most known transgender activists in the world. She was first thrown into the spotlight at the tender age of 6 when Jennings was interviewed by Barbara Walters. She made history that day and became one of the youngest publicly documented transgender people in America’s history.
Jennings is a trans youth advocate who is no stranger to public spotlight. The star of a hit television and YouTube series ‘I am Jazz’ is also a published author. In fact, her book by the same title as the show, was recently in the headlines.
Jazz will take part in Taimi Talks alongside her brother Sander. The siblings who are the creators behind the hit TV show that highlights the challenges and successes of being trans in America are going to give Taimi’s users the inspiration to be who they are no matter what, and to be a strong ally to their LGBTQ+ friends, colleagues, coworkers and community as a whole.
Taimi Talks hosted by the world’s largest LGBTQ+ platform will also cover important LGBTQ+ issues and discuss potential solutions to problems we are currently facing in the times of a global pandemic.
The event will have livestreams with Jazz Jennings, Jake and Hannah Graf, Trixie Mattel, Frankie Grande, and Latrice Royale.
Taimi Talks are going to air live on May 16, 2021 at 5 PM EST.
The event is free and available on Taimi — the world’s largest LGBTQ+ platform.
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.
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