Trigger warning: This blog answers a question around 'why queer people can't just accept the way God has made them'. There are mentions of being closeted, being forced to present a certain way, as well as someone's dead name and pronouns. Read More
While this blog is about answering any questions people have about queerness, there are some questions that are best left unasked. These questions can be incredibly damaging. But luckily, they are also repetitive. So... Read More
Queer history, like most facets of history, heavily involves people of color and their experiences. To go along with the theme of black history month, this post will not be answering any questions. Instead, Read More
I often find that history has very interesting things to teach us. It might reveal ancient familial ties we never knew existed. Or maybe that the actual inventor of the printing press is not who our grade 4 teacher said they were. But one unusual thing history can also teach us is Read More
The Nicomekl Lunch Program is looking for more volunteers. There is a greater need for lunches to be made for children who do not have lunches on a regular basis. To learn more or to volunteer, please phone Lilianne at 604-290-8396 or email her at email@example.com
If you could ask questions about gender, identity, or queerness in general, what would it be? Elisabeth will be joining us for this semester and they will be answering our questions. What would you want to ask? Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting Sat Feb 27, we will be running a workshop on Ethnicity & Racial Identity. What kinds of questions would you like to see addressed at the workshop?
We're collecting donations of egg cartons (all types and sizes), glasses (all kinds including sunglasses & prescription glasses), & aluminum (pie plates, casseroles, etc.)
We're collecting donations of socks, scarves, hats/toques, and gloves for people in need this winter. This year we are asking you to drop off your donations in the gift box outside the main entrance of the building at your convenience.
Join me as I have an open conversation with Stacey as she shares her passion about the Anti-Diet Movement, Fat Acceptance, & Body Positivity
Join me as I have a candid conversation with my friend about her journey. She has an amazing story to share.