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Bloom

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The 6ix is home to migrating and transient 2SLGBTQIA+ artists flourishing, elevating, and rising in their creative practice through performance storytelling. Bloom Stage is a space for youth, emerging, and new artists craving a space to bloom into the abundant Queer community of Toronto and share themselves in a creative prideful way!

BQC Toronto Presents: My Black Is Essential

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A showcase celebrating some Black Queer and Trans Youth in our community. We are unapologetically Black. Our Blackness is what gives us a voice when we think we don’t have one. Our Blackness connects us to our past, present and future. Our Blackness is resilience in times of suffering. Our Blackness protects us. Our Blackness is essential. In honour of all the people we’ve lost this year and all those disproportionately affected by COVID-19.

Queer Shopping Channel

Online Event

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

Indigenous People’s Day Showcase

Online Event

The Indigenous People's Day showcase will feature a circle discussion led by Elder Blu Waters with 2S & Indigiqueer leaders from 2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations Leadership Building Initiative - Kiley May, and Shane Lyon. As well as traditional Anishinaabe singing from Kiyana Johnston and Anishinaabe dancing from Nenookaasi.

Painting Church Street In Lavender: Zine Launch Party

Lavender celebrates their third anniversary with a retrospective zine highlighting community memories of their monthly events. The digital launch features spoken word performances from contributors and a virtual dance party.

IDEAS Forum: Queer Space

Does queerness have a spatial expression? What does it look like and who makes these queer spaces? What is the future of queer space in our cities - are they ephemeral or can queerness find permanence in the built environment? Join the Toronto Society of Architects for a special virtual Pride edition of our IDEAS Forum, where an exciting group of artists, designers, and architects will explore questions of queer space in Toronto — past, present and future — in a series of fast paced and fun pecha-kucha presentations (20 slides for 20 seconds each). The presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion led by Azure Magazine’s Evan Pavka.

A Pride Panel: Queer Perspectives At and After University

For Pride Week 2021, TBLGAY (Trans Bisexual Lesbian Gay Asexual at York) and the Alumni Engagement team* present a Table Talk, ‘Queer Perspectives At and After University’. Join us for a compelling virtual panel discussion and Q&A on the topic of intersectional queer and trans perspectives during life at university and after graduation, with candid feedback on what it means to enter academic and professional spaces and retain queerness. Hear from the insights of former TBLGAY members, York alumni and current York undergraduates on how current students can set themselves up for success at and after university! (We will try to keep student loan complaints to a minimum).

Beauty in our History

Online Event

Originally known as Kinky Kreations™, Safiya started out as a travelling stylist visiting her customers. As the business grew, she then became a home-based business specializing in Locs and Natural Hair (super curly/textured hair). Safiyah will be speaking about the origin of Locs and how best to take care of them.

Finding Community in Deaf Queer Women Spaces

Courage Bacchus is joined by three Deaf women artists - Tamyka Bullen, Thurga Kanagasekarampillai, and Gaitrie Persaud Dhunmoon - for an open discussion of their journeys through queerness and art-making, and the barriers that they’ve had to overcome.

AIDS Candlelight Vigil

Surviving Time and Space: Now and Then.
Remembering, honouring, and celebrating those who have lost to AIDS, and those who live with the virus. Today and Forever

Creatives in Conversation

Beth Tzedec Artist in Residence Aviva Chernick hosts this virtual roundtable with an outstanding group of Queer Jewish Canadian Creatives; Diane Flacks, Sigal Samuel, Daniel Sarah Karasik and Evan Tapper, all people working in the arts, each accomplished in their own form. Join this celebration in conversation of the intersection between Jewish, Queer and Creative identities. In partnership with LGBTQ+ at the J.

BoylesqueTO: A Night of Queer Burlesque

Founded in Toronto in 2008, BoylesqueTO is proud to be Canada's premiere boylesque troupe. This talented group of dancers, actors, and performance artists has been busting their buns to strip down masculinity to its bare essentials for your viewing pleasure! A BoylesqueTO show is guaranteed to leave you hot under the collar, howling with laughter, and screaming for more!

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