Lecture - Jason Stuart

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“Coming Out In Hollywood: Being Openly Gay In The Workplace”

Jason Stuart’s lecture on “The IN’s and OUT’s of Being Openly Gay in the Workplace” is now available for touring on college campuses. In addition to being an uproarious comic and prolific character actor, the demand for Jason’s signature Q & A has led to a real interest for an extended close up view of his being  gay and tackling homophobia. He does this with depth and humor, like no one else.
He is able to perform an outrageous stand up show, a lecture for  faculty and students, and a brown bag lunch chat with the LGBTQQIA campus activists at a price you can afford.
Jason shares his the intimate details of growing up and being bullied all through his school years, and being plagued with thoughts of suicide as a youth.  He opens up his heart with his experience, and the strength and hope of overcoming the brutal treatment he experienced growing up a in public school.
He reveals his life growing up with his over-the-top Jewish family with a father who grew up in the Holocaust with post traumatic stress syndrome, a flamboyant mother with 4 husbands from Brooklyn, an overweight, angry brother who has a daughter who is schizophrenic, and an orthodox Jewish sister who has banished him from her family with 4 children.  Jason has never been allowed to meet his nieces and nephews, yet lives five minutes from their home.
Jason uses his talents as an openly gay actor and comedian to support the community by performing at countless benefits for issues ranging from HIV-AIDS, LGBT rights, marriage equality, and the dignity of all regarding gender expression for the last 18 years. He is currently the national chairman of the first ever SAG AFTRA LGBT Committee, and into addition to producing the annual comedy benefit for Lifeworks Mentoring Program  for gay youth.
Jason shatters the misconceptions of Tinsel Town and has the ability to speak from his heart with humor and compassion, and in a transformative fashion builds the resolve of LGBT and questioning youth, and wins the souls of prospective allies.
He says “I am no different from you. Just more people know me. Let me take you by the hand and support you into a more enlightened life!”

 


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