Your life is yours. Make it theirs, too.

Pride Month may have been in June, but the rich and varied lives within the LGBTQIA+ community is for every month. As a member of this diverse group, you know that your story is something worth holding onto.

If you are used to sharing stories with your friends and hearing them laugh in joy or tear up with emotion, you should keep those stories safe with SelfieBook. Read on to find out how.

Unique history

Every person has a unique history, but the LGBTQIA+ community is perhaps more undiscovered than most. However young or old you are, you will have rich personal experiences that everyone can appreciate and learn from – or you can just look back on them and smile.

How to use SelfieBook

SelfieBook is easy for anyone to use – you don’t need to be a computer expert to start! You can begin by simply downloading the app to your phone and inputting your information. From that point, you can fill in the different sections to build a full picture. And, speaking of pictures, you will be able to add photographs to illustrate your stories, so those fun nights out or quiet nights with friends are captured forever. Fill in each section as you live it, so nothing is lost!

Start now

Famous people don’t wait until they have lived for fifty or more years to write about their life story, and neither should you! The time when we thought autobiographies only belonged to those who had lived long lives is behind us. There is no time like the present to download SelfieBook and begin building a portrait of your life that you can add to and reflect back on for years to come.

Join the community

Building community and family is the centre of the LGBTQIA+ experience, and SelfieBook presents yet another opportunity to join a rich community of people building their life experiences to share with their friends, family, and beyond. No one has lived your life, so no one else can know the unique importance of the life you have lived. Start sharing yours now with your community to build more connections.

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