Gigi Gorgeous: He Said, She Said

April 3, 2019 in New York, NY

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He Said, She Said Gigi Gorgeous Join lululemon, The OUT Foundation, and Random House for a live event with the funny and fabulous Gigi Gorgeous—YouTube star, transgender activist, television personality, actress, model, and LGBTQ icon—as she discusses her new book, HE SAID, SHE SAID.

Gigi and Will Lanier, founder of The OUT Foundation, will discuss Gigi’s personal journey from her past as a gawky, emo teen named Gregory to the person we know and love today. Gigi will take us through her early years as an Olympic-bound diver, share how she found the strength to open up about her sexuality and gender identity, and give a no-holds-barred account of dating and heartbreak, as she tells stories of falling in love with both men and women.

This one-night-only event, much like Gigi’s first book, will be uproarious and unabashedly candid as the star shares brand new stories and inspires you to get real with yourself to find a life you love.

Connect with Gigi on YouTube and Instagram: @GigiGorgeous

Event Details

What's Included

  • A copy of HE SAID, SHE SAID

Date & Time

April 3, 2019
7:00PM to 9:00PM 20190403 7:00PM 20190403 9:00PM America/New_York Gigi Gorgeous: He Said, She Said New York, NY

Location

New York, NY

lululemon Flatiron
Hub Seventeen
114 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY

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About the Hosts

Gigi Gorgeous is a YouTube star, transgender activist, television personality, actress, model and LGBTQ icon. She has nearly 8 million followers across her social platforms and in January 2017, her feature-length documentary “This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous”, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2017, Gigi was named one of Time Magazine’s “25 Most Influential People on the Internet” and one of “Forbes 30 Under 30.” She was also previously awarded YouTuber of the Year at the Shorty Awards and the LogoTV Trailblazing Social Creator Award for her advocacy on behalf of LGBTQ youth, among other awards.