East Out

Genre: Lifestyle

East Out showcases LGBTQI2+ individuals sharing their life, talent and struggles they have faced, coming out in the East Coast of Canada.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Jay Aaron Roy is the owner of Cape and Cowl Comics and Collectibles in Lower Sackville. His get-it-done attitude and his willingness to take risks led him to start the business in 2014, with the aim to incorporate a youth drop-in center in the comic shop. Jay finds passion in bringing people together, lifting people up, and including them in fun projects.

Episode 2

Wyatt/X is a visual artist based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. They use drag as a funnel of their creative energy and express themselves through photography and performance.

Episode 3

Cynthia Stilts is a professional Drag Queen, professional Makeup Artist, event producer and hip hop artist. They are from Syria and their intersection influences their performance and advocacy. Doing drag for 6 years, known for her silliness and controversial antics. She is the Owner of Stilts Productions and host of Cynthia's Box.

Episode 4

Nadene is a mom and a new entrepreneur. She runs the Lemon Shop, where she sells vintage collectibles and upcycles furniture. Her partner Grace has been successfully running her own dog walking business and is a Navy reservist. Their connection not only helps with their businesses but also encourages each other to become better.

Episode 5

Mateo "Teo" Ferguson is a gay black man living in Halifax Nova Scotia. He is a poet, an artist, advocate and super opinionated. He has performed in drag shows at Menz and Mollyz and has been a member of the Halifax Pride Parade.

Episode 6

Sinead Dubeau is a portrait and wedding photographer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia with local and international published works. Along with running her own photography business, Sinead also mentors other photographers in the industry

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