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Summer Clothing Swap
July 23, 2016 @ 5:00 am - 8:00 am UTC-8FREE
Who is ready for a mid summer wardrobe refresh?
Are there any gently used items in your closet that are no longer your style or that you’d like to get rid of to make room for some new goodies?
If so, we’d love to have them and YOU at the Summer Swap!
All left over clothing will be donated to homeless LGBTQ Youth of LA and Long Beach.
How this works:
You bring gently used items of clothing and accessories to swap and come ready to leave with some “new-to-you” goodies.
**Please ensure to launder any items you bring with you before the swap**
All clothing will be separated by sizes NOT gender. If you think something is cute, feel free to TRY IT! DOWN WITH GENDER BINARIES!
Take what you love, leave behind what you don’t so someone else can LOVE IT!
There’s NO limit to what you can take. If you only brought 1 thing, and want to leave with 10, as long as you love those 10 items, that’s OK!
We want to make this space as body positive as possible! NO Negative Body Talk and NO Diet Talk! ALL BODIES ARE GOOD BODIES!!!
Access info: The swap will take place on the ground floor. There are two wheelchair accessible restrooms on that floor as well. There is a parking lot in the back with handicap designated parking spaces.
Special thanks to The LGBTQ Center Long Beach for welcoming us in their space for the swap.
This swap is hosted by Alli Simon and Laura Luna P
All Simon: Alli Simon has worked with and for the LGBTQ community for over 12 years. She is currently a manifestation and heart-based yoga & meditation instructor working in underserved communities and is a community partner with the Yoga and Body Image Coalition – making yoga accessible for all bodies. She is a South Los Angeles native living and LOVING in Long Beach. You can find her online at www.allisimon.com
Laura Luna P is a self-identified queer, fat, xicana femme living in LA with Inland Empire roots. Laura Luna has been curating community spaces for lgbtq folks of color for over a decade. She is the co-founder of the Los Angeles Femmes of Color Collective and the co-creator of#FemmesofColorVisibility. You can find her online at @laura_luna