Why Us “Old” Queers Should Be On TikTok

(photo Canva / artwork Jamie Arpin-Ricci)

As a published author, I have had to engage in most social media platforms to establish and grow my platform. It became even more critical over that last few years as I lost much of my platform (in evangelical Christian circles) for coming out as LGBTQ+ affirming, not to mention as a proud bisexual/pansexual man. Despite the challenges, I’ve managed to maintain a decent following.

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Jamie Arpin-Ricci is a bisexual author & activist with more than 25 years experience living at the intersection of faith, sexuality, and justice.

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Jamie Arpin-Ricci is a bisexual author & activist with more than 25 years experience living at the intersection of faith, sexuality, and justice.

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