Jasmine Curtis-Smith Covers Chalk’s 1st LGBT Special Issue

Jasmine Curtis-Smith spreads the love to the LGBT community in Chalk Magazine's first first lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender special.

Growing up surrounded by gays and lesbians, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, the younger sister of Anne Curtis, said that they’re not different from anyone else.

“I think it’s unfortunate that others can’t see that they’re just the same as us,” Jasmine said in an interview for the October issue of Chalk Magazine where she serves as a columnist and this month’s cover girl.

“The LGBT community is a ‘bundle of joy’. People should learn how to love them”, added Jasmine. Find out more about her views and her participation in the World Vision organization’s 40 Hours of Famine where she was made to experience how it is to be blind for almost two days.

Also included in the magazine are the best places for night outs in the metro, profiles on this year’s batch of UAAP Courtside Reporters, makeup tips and wardrobe ideas for Halloween. All these and more in Chalk’s October issue, on newsstands now.

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