Archie shares his experience about growing up surrounded by women, his taut relationship with straight men, and how joining an inclusive Rugby team has helped him heal old wounds, and create new amazing relationships!
“I grew up in a household with 5 women. I had 4 older sisters and my mom. Then along came my sister’s girl-friends, my aunties and more! I was surrounded by women, all the time, which meant that I found it more comfortable to be around women as that’s all I knew. My closest friends have always been girls throughout primary school, secondary school, college and so on. This wasn’t just because of familiarity, it was also because for most of my life I’ve feared straight men.”
Come and join the Sheffield Vulcans for an evening that celebrates LGBT history, culture and icons with music, dancing and a theme of inclusivity.
Sheffield’s only LGBT inclusive rugby club are proud to host a late night party at Theatre Deli in Sheffield, offering the LGBT community and allies the chance to come together and celebrate the music, fashion and fire of some of the important landmarks and themes throughout LGBT history. Stonewall. Fire Island. Paris is Burning Ballroom and more.
The Sheffield Vulcans will be at Endcliffe Park earlier in the day and can tell you more about the “Ball” we’re going to have at the Unofficial AfterParty.
Doors open at 11:00pm and the party keeps going until 4:00am.
Book your tickets today for just £5 or buy on the door with cash.
Click here to book your tickets now > https://events.ticketsforgood.co.uk/events/1445-the-unofficial-after-party
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