Schedule Announced For Inaugural ‘TAIMI Talks’ Streaming Weekend

Written by Dominic Whitlock

TAIMI has revealed the lineup for its upcoming virtual event, that is aiming to connect and empower the LGBTQ community through a variety of streamed sessions.

‘TAIMI Talks’ will be broadcast inside the social app over the weekend to its 8 million users. The event begins on 12th September at 6pm ET.

The schedule is full of sessions that promote positivity, inclusivity and equality. It also includes a number of well-being classes, such as workouts and sweet tea making, as well as general entertainment.

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ favourite Alyssa Edwards is going to host a dance class while taking part in a Q&A session with the viewers. Blair Imani, a renowned queer African-American Muslim historian and advocate, will host an open conversation about equality and human rights.


We are beyond excited to announce our flagship IN-APP 🌈LGBTQ+ LIVE STREAM EVENT – #TaimiTalks happening September 12-13! Some of the most amazing #LGBTQ+ celebs and allies joining us: @AlyssaEdwards_1 @BlairImani @TsMadisonatl1 @JasonWimberly @TheChrisMosier @IAmMoniqueHeart pic.twitter.com/zhveo3MUA1

— TAIMI – World’s Largest LGBTQ+ Platform (@taimiapp) September 1, 2020


Chris Mosier, the first known trans athlete to join a national US team, has a session titled ‘Changing the Game’ that will look at cultural and legislative progressions for trans people.

TAIMI co-founder Alex Pasykov explained in a statement to PinkNews: “TAIMI Talks are all about connecting people during these tremendously difficult times.

“It only makes sense for us to launch these flagship series right after TAIMI’s Pride-focused activities. TAIMI Talks have been a dream of mine for a while now, and I am really excited to see this event unfold.”

Jake Vygnan, the platform’s other co-founder, revealed the first plans for the live streaming event in an interview on the latest episode of The GDI Podcast.

TAIMI partnered with Attitude magazine to host a virtual Pride festival in June, which also supported a series of inspirational talks from LGBTQ people and allies.

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