AJ Clementine live streaming on Yubo for Gen Z mental health

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LGBTQI+ advocate AJ Clementine will live stream on Yubo tonight as part of the platform’s support for Gen Z mental health. The ‘Express Session’ Q&A and community discussion occur during National Mental Health Month.

“We all know it’s been another tough year. Not only for Aussies but across the globe. As part of its commitment to Gen Z mental health and wellbeing, live streaming app Yubo launched ‘Express Sessions’ to support its Gen Z users with mental health.

“For this year’s National Mental Health Month Yubo is advocating for and raising awareness for Mental Health in Australia.”

AJ Clementine

Model and influencer AJ Clementine documented her transition back in 2018 on YouTube and Instagram.

She told the Daily Mail at the time that life was about finding joy.

“Unfortunately, there are things in life that are out of our control and in order to be happy, we have to make tough decisions that we can only hope will bring us peace.”

Express Sessions on Yubo

Today from 6 pm until 7:30 pm AEDT, AJ  will go live on Yubo to share her advice on how she deals with anxiety. She’ll also answer questions from the audience and engage in meaningful community conversation.

Yubo’s ‘Express Sessions’ allow users a safe space to view, talk and seek peer support from the wider community.

Several sessions take place each month.

Yubo describes itself as a fun and safe place for Gen Zs to meet, connect & learn about the world.

However, unlike other social media platforms, Yubo does not bother with likes or followers. Instead, the platform encourages users to meet new people and develop strong connections online via live streams.

Yubo hosts live streams with mental health and body positivity advocates and with a meditation coach. There are also relaxation and bedtime story sessions.

Australian Gen Zs can sign up to Yubo for free to join AJ’s live stream this Friday and contribute to the conversation.

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