Alf Le Flohic
Born in Southampton in the mid 60s, after a degree in Related Arts Alf moved to Brighton in ’87 and immediately immersed himself in the local LGBTQ+ community. An activist with Action Against Section 28, a volunteer at the Sussex AIDS Centre, and a director of Brighton Ourstory, he also secured a blue plaque for conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton and has been involved in assorted exhibitions, films, books, and performances.
What does your identity mean to you?
Identity feels like a life-long journey of discovery. I don’t really think about it as a concept but find out more about myself in different situations. I was brought up by strong women, grew up with non-white relatives and friends, met and loved a range of people in the LGBTIQ family. All of these things have informed who I am.