VIRTUAL FAMILY EVENT
IN CONVERSATION WITH NEVAEH MCKENZIE

Desmond is Amazing: Be Amazing
11AM MST SATURDAY, AUGUST 15
LOCATION: LIVE ON ZOOM



To attend this virtual event, we request a contribution of $5 or more, or the purchase of Be Amazing: A History of Pride via Eventbrite. (Contributions benefit Phoenix Pride Scholarship.) Your generosity helps us continue to present world-class literary events. We're glad you're here, and appreciate your support. You'll receive the Zoom link by email within 24 hours of the event's start time.*

Join us for a special Drag Queen event with drag kid and LGBTQ advocate Desmond is Amazing, whom RuPaul once called "the future of America." They'll present their debut picture book, Be Amazing: A History of Pride, in conversation with Miss Gay Arizona America 2015 Nevaeh McKenzie.


In Be Amazing, drag kid Desmond is Amazing walks you through the history of the LGBTQ community, all while encouraging you to embrace your own uniqueness and ignore the haters.

Desmond is amazing—and you are, too.

Throughout history, courageous people like Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, and RuPaul have paved the way for a safer, more inclusive society for LGBTQ individuals, and it’s thanks to them that people just like Desmond can be free to be who they really are.

*Our Zoom events are password-protected with wait rooms enabled. The password is entered automatically by clicking the event link when logged in to a Zoom account. We'll admit guests shortly before 11am and throughout the event. If you join late, please be patient—we'll admit you when we see you.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Desmond is Amazing is a twelve-year old drag kid, awarded LGBTQ+ advocate, author, outspoken gay youth, editorial and runway model, public speaker, performer, fashion designer, film and TV actor, muse, and icon from New York City.

He is the founder of the Haus of Amazing, the first drag house for drag kids. Most importantly, he is an inspiration to many and a representation of hope for the future to come. Desmond’s motto is “be yourself, always.” He is the author of Be Amazing: A History of Pride.