This week, we will be looking at some of the following questions: Does queerness play a role in your identity? Are there other identifiers that mean more to you? Do parts of your identity cause you conflict (internal or external), or does it empower you, or both? How do we handle multiple identities? Does your culture impact the way you express your queer identity? Plus, how do we navigate fluid identities?
Come join us on October 6, 3pm-4:30pm, discuss the many parts of who we are! This is the place to discuss the joys, challenges, confusion, certainty, excitement, anxiety, messiness, happiness, and more!
See you there!
Queer and Trans Connections (QTC) runs Thursdays, 3pm-4:30pm at 21 Sussex Ave, 4th Floor.
QTC is open to all University of Toronto 2SLGBTQ+ and questioning students. This program will provide an opportunity for 2SLGBTQ+ and questioning students to explore identities, look at a range of 2SLGBTQ+ issues through an anti-racist, multi-dimensional lens, share personal and community experiences, examine current events, and connect with peers. Each week will feature a new topic and sometimes a guest facilitator.
No registration required. Meet at the front 21 Sussex Ave (the corner of Sussex Ave and Huron St), where the SGDO is located, and we will walk into the building together. If you are late, please come to the 4th floor of the building. We will have some light snacks and refreshments, with vegetarian and gluten free options. Masks are encouraged for this program, and the SGDO will have some medical masks for those who require.
About the building:
21 Sussex Avenue is called “Sussex Court” on the interactive campus map.
QTC is located on the 4th floor of 21 Sussex Ave. In front of the building, there is a wheelchair lift from the street level (to the left of the stairs when facing the building) to the first floor that requires assistance. Ring the bell and Campus Safety will assist you. If you feel more comfortable, call the SGDO [(416) 946-5624] and we will be happy to assist as needed. From the building's first floor, there is an elevator to the rest of the floors. Touch buttons are available to open the doors on the first four floors of the building.
All washrooms at 21 Sussex are single user, all gender washrooms. They are not deemed accessible.
If you are attending a planned meeting and require accommodation(s) due to disability, please email me directly and I will work with you to make appropriate arrangements.
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