The City of Toronto will proclaim June as Pride Month and raise the Rainbow and Transgender flags on the podium at City Hall. This annual event brings us together to celebrate the history, courage and diversity of Toronto's 2SLGBTQ+ communities.
ASL (American Sign Language) is just that, a language. Gaitrie Persaud-Dhunmoon shares a bit about the beautiful history of ASL and the d/Deaf and hard of hearing community.
It’s Wellness Wednesday, time for our mid-week check-in and Yoga with Bronwyn. Bronwyn is a mindful movement instructor living in Toronto. She aims to empower those around her by leading them through informed movement practices.
This program will use spoken word poetry to engage with and explore gender identity and expression. Participants will watch a live spoken word poetry performance, learn tools to use the art form, and write their own poetry based on their own experiences. Hosted by CANVAS Arts Action Programs
Join us at Cabana Pool Bar for a seated prix fixe dinner and screening of Timeless: Pride Month Kick-off event. Come with your bubble, complete COVID-19 protocols will be in effect. Tickets available now. Proceeds will be shared between Pride Toronto, and our two Honoured Groups and Charities of Choice - Breakaway Community Services and The ArQuives.
Envisioning a d/Deaf Queer Utopia invites d/Deaf Queer panellists to re-imagine a perfect world that is accessible and inclusive for all. What does this world look like? What steps can we take to achieve that goal? We welcome all to engage in this conversation
A kick-off for Pride Month festivities! Pride Toronto is celebrating its 40th year serving the 2SLGBTQ+ community. We’re calling on our community of the past 40 years to come party with us at this Studio 54 inspired virtual showcase.
A settler queer ageing cis-gender woman who works and studies in the field of sexuality and relationships. Carm is constantly exploring innovative ways to weave theory and research into my practice as an educator, clinician, and researcher. Together Carm promotes ways to create “being and doing” sex and relationships that are less prescriptive and more creative. Carm’s practice is informed by my research interests that include the embodiment of pleasure, erotic literacy, consensual non-monogamy, sexual diversity and inclusion, anti-oppressive practices and social justice while working toward cultural humility.
Join us for our lunch and learn style anti-oppression and anti-racism workshops. This Week's Episode :Anti-Asian Racism and Oppression Workshop Hosted by Alliance for South Asian Aids Prevention (ASAAP)
Jenn, She/her is a Jewish Queer Toronto woman of Israeli and Moroccon decent. She started Quench Bar after 10 years of being in the hospitality industry. Quench Bar is a full service portable bar that also offers cocktail kit distribution and virtual mixology lessons. Follow along to create this Israeli drink and snack pairing!