LGBTQ Teens Explain What Teen Pride Means To Them

May. 29, 2014 / By

Teen Pride is an event that happens every year the Friday before the larger Long Beach Pride event that draws more than 30,000 people a year. Teen Pride caters to LGBTQ youth, giving them a place to feel comfortable expressing themselves and meeting new people. High school is an important but also difficult part of life, and for many LGBT youth, it can even more difficult.

This year, VoiceWaves asked teens at Pride what it means to them to come to an event made just for them.

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Chelcee Bunkley

Chelcee Bunkley

Chelcee Bunkley is 22 year old college freshman attending Long Beach City College and a Southern California native, living in Long Beach since 2009. Chelcee is passionate about film-making, writing, and photography and looks forward to the challenges and victories that come with being an independent filmmaker, freelance photographer and writer. She is an active volunteer at the Gay and Lesbian Center of Long Beach. She hopes to tell stories that will help people in some form, whether it be with knowledge of resources, emotionally, or any other way possible.