WAGLY – High School Youth

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OUT MetroWest - WaglyWAGLY is a youth-led, adult-supported program for all LGBTQ high school youth. Programs provide the social and emotional support these youth seek in a fun, safe, atmosphere. A clinician from Wayside Youth & Family Support Network is present on-site at WAGLY meetings.


Every Monday (except holidays)
6:45-8:30 p.m.

Parish Hall of the Unitarian Universalist Society
309 Washington Street
Wellesley Hills, MA

The commuter rail station is only a block away. Check MBTA schedule for times.

We put signs on the doors so you know where to go.  

WAGLY News and Upcoming Events
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    Erich Haygun performing at WAGLY

    On Monday, January 30, we’re welcoming National Poetry Slam Champion Erich Haygun to WAGLY. Erich represents The House Slam, the first poetry slam venue located in his hometown of Boston. Erich’s work is forthcoming in The Dead Animal Handbook (University of Hell Press, 2016), and he has been honored by the Massachusetts State Senate and House of Representatives. He is …

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    About WAGLY Peer Leadership

    This year we were fortunate to receive three grants to support our WAGLY peer leadership program. The Foundation for MetroWest’s Fund for Wellesley; The Church Home Society; and The Boston Pride Community Fund all provided funding to this powerful initiative. Through the program, up to a dozen WAGLY youth participants are selected to be part of a cohort of peer leaders. …

  • Bennett And Joe On Porch

    “Real Boy” documentary screened at WAGLY

    We were thrilled to welcome director Shaleece Haas to WAGLY on Monday, November 7. Not only did she screen her award-winning documentary film, Real Boy, for us, but she also brought along the film’s subject and star, Bennett Wallace. WAGLY youth loved the film and were excited to have the chance to interact with Shaleece and Bennett. Big thanks to the team at Spark …

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