As Veronica Wildchild
, I’ve produced some events, hosted even more, and have attended LGBT parties, festivals, seminars, and pop-ups all over the world. For ten years I was a fun-loving and carefree fixture in the lesbian community.
While I’ve definitely enjoyed myself at various functions and events throughout my time on the scene, I’ve sometimes been left feeling disappointed and a little saddened by the apparent one-dimensionality of offerings that the community considers to be entertainment.
Even more disheartening, as I was experiencing my own personal awakening, I realized there were barely any resources dedicated to the health and wellness of LGBT female-identifying individuals.
I began to think of ways to cultivate conscious entertainment and personal and professional betterment in a relatable way for the queer female community. I set out with a goal to provide an all-encompassing, dynamic, and impactful social experience within the community.
I had the opportunity to hear a lot of our community’s pain points, and realized most of them are directly or indirectly related to health and wellness, whether it’s mental, emotional, physical, financial, or even spiritual. It was at this moment that I felt an obligation to take action and provide support.