Homophobia is still alive in Canada! Share your thoughts about the ban against MSM (men who have had sex with men) with the Canadian Blood Services and help end the ban.
Queerness isn’t defined by the degree in which you eschew heteronormativity (ooh, big words). In fact, I think one of the guiding principles of being queer is that anyone who thinks they’re queer is queer. Ta-da!
Exploring anti-Homophobia Education beyond anti-bullying policy making in light of recent teen suicides in Canada and the United States
This week is Queer Awareness week here at Laurier. The Rainbow Centre aims to create a space for dialogue and awareness on Queer Issues.
From Monday to Wednesday we will have a booth open outside of MacHouse with books, pamphlets, and buttons (condoms too!). Stop by and see what we’re up to!
On Wednesday, we’ll be watching X-Men in the Rainbow Centre. CLICK HERE to see the event on Facebook.
On Thursday we have our Queer Awareness Week discussion in MacHouse Lounge. We will be discussing Queer Issues, and all are welcome. CLICK HERE to see the event on Facebook.
While many folks regard the Dyke March as just another branch of the Pride tree, it’s worth noting that it has its own unique history, purpose and problems. So ditch your bra, grab your water gun and let’s take a hike down memory lane.