Kiera Hogan plans coming-out celebration in Chicago
IMPACT Wrestling is coming to Chicago in October to present Bound for Glory. That weekend, Kiera Hogan will have a coming-out celebration among the city’s LGBT+ community.
Hogan scheduled several appearances throughout the weekend. Thursday night, she will attend a pizza party hosted by The Pinta Pride Project. Founder, Molly Pinta, organized the first pride parade in Buffalo Grove in last summer. The 13-year old has gained both local and national coverage for her initiative to increase LGBT+ awareness.
Saturday, the Knockouts star will have a busy day. She will perform the ceremonial coin toss at Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association (CMSA) flag football games. The CMSA is the largest non-profit gay and lesbian sports organization in the Midwest. It’s estimated 32,000 members include all individuals regardless of their sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity.
That night, Hogan will take part in the Ceremonial Puck-Drop at the Chicago Wolves’ game, which will be the team’s inaugural Pride Night. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to Center on Halsted, an LGBT+ community center located in Lakeview.
Kiera will speak and answer questions at a brunch at the center on the following morning. She will finish off her day on Saturday, will join PREGAME at Scarlet Bar to co-host a Drag Show with Aurora Gozmic.
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Bound for Glory take place at the Odeum Expo Center in Villa Park, IL on Oct. 20. It will stream live on IMPACT Plus and Fite.tv.