Anti-Oppression Training

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Join us for our lunch and learn style anti-oppression and anti-racism workshops. This Week's Episode : Challenging Fatphobia - Workshop Hosted by Pride Toronto with guests from Body Confidence Canada

Sipz and Snax

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Feeling thirsty? Well get your cocktail (or mocktail) kit ready! Each week a new 2SLGBTQ+ mixologist or chef will walk you through a delicious drink and snack pairing.

Courageous Conversations: Today’s 2SLGBTQ+ Youth, Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders

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Pride Toronto’s Youth Conference serves as an opportunity for 2SLGBTQ+ youth to gather, and be equipped with the knowledge and actionable that they can take back to their schools to create change. Focuses at this conference will be on self-care in leadership, imagining a Queer future and building an anti-Racist society.

Queer Shopping Channel

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An unboxing of various items available in our online vendor market. Watch Mango D’Licious reveal products and support our local 2SLGBTQ+ makers!

Beauty in our History

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Kai Potts (he/him) is a Nakota Sioux Two-Spirit from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation in Treaty 6. He is a passionate advocate for indigenous youth and whose work focuses on Two-Spirit resurgence, mental health, and IndigiQueer identity. Join Kai Potts while they do his makeup and speak on their Two-Spirit identity.

Live Podcast Recording: Pride Toronto’s Black Queer and Trans Excellence

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Pride Toronto’s Black Queer and Trans Excellence podcast is a space to honour and celebrate the Black experience through the lens of Toronto’s 2SLGBTQ+ Black community with honest conversations and embracingBlack joy. Our podcast host, celebrity choreographer; Hollywood Jade, sits down with an extra special guest for this live recording

Wellness Wednesdays

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Meet AK, the founder of Free To Move, a passionate queer and non-binary entrepreneur, speaker and chronic illness advocate. AK is a certified personal trainer and fitness coach, with a passion for inclusive movement.

Weekly Activities

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Show off your queer trivia knowledge about all thing international having to do with queer culture and Pride. We have lots of fun questions about Pride celebrations around the world as well as some cool fun nuggest of history and current trivia

Human Rights Panels

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Black Solidarity: A Transnational Conversation on Unity and Decolonization explores themes of Black North-South solidarity in relation to advocacy and Pride programming. Panelists will speak to the dynamics and implications of human rights solidarity.

Moderated by: Hollywood Jade, host of Pride Toronto’s Black Queer and Trans excellence podcast.

Panelists Include: David Nnanna Ikpo (Pride Afrique, Nigeria), Maria Fontenelle (founding member of 758 Pride Saint Lucia), Joëlle Sambi Nzeba (Co-Chair of EuroCentralAsian Lesbian Community) and Carlos Idibouo (Fierté Afrique Francophone)

Talk and Play! In Studio with…

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Your host Sydanie steps into the studio with some of Toronto’s hottest collectives. Learn their back story in an interview style show followed by a performance where they show you what they do best.

Sex Talk

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X. Sly Sarkisova, MSW, is a Toronto based queer and non binary trans-identified psychotherapist. Sly brings a deeply structural, pro-survivor lens to his work with people. Currently in his private practice, Sly provides consultation, training and clinical supervision on trauma informed integrative psychotherapy to organizations and individuals. Communities needing support related to relationships, identity, poly, kink, sex work, addictions, mental health and trauma related concerns see him for psychotherapy.

2Spirit Pride

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A celebration of 2Spirit peoples and their incredible contributions to the 2SLGBTQ+ community. Join us as we collaborate with Thirst Nation for a celebration by and for 2Spirit community members. Thirst Nation is an Indigiqueer & 2-Spirit Variety show produced by Weird Alice & Tygr Willy. Thirst Nation highlights Indigenous community members across Turtle Island and around the globe with both performances and interviews.

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