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Asexuality 101 at Durham College – March 6, 2018
The Office of Student Diversity, Inclusion and Transitions, Durham College Pride Network, and Outreach Services proudly present Asexuality 101 workshop hosted by Ace Toronto.
Ace Toronto is a diverse group of people (in the Toronto region and surrounding area) who are on the ace/asexual spectrum and/or the aromantic spectrum (and those questioning whether they might be ace and/or arospec).
People on the asexual spectrum (i.e., “ace people”) include, for example, people who identify as asexual, greyasexual and/or demisexual (of various romantic orientations and/or who are aromantic). There are many, diverse ace identities and experiences.
People on the aromantic spectrum (i.e., “arospec people”) include, for example, people who self-identify as aromantic, greyromantic and/or demiromantic (who might or might not also be ace). There are many, diverse arospec identities and experiences.
Join for an evening of exploring the spectrum of people’s relationships with sex as we talk about asexuality and the Ace community, and discuss how we could be allies and create asexual and aromatic friendly queer spaces on campus. You do not have to identify as Ace/asexual to attend this event. If you know someone who identifies as Ace/asexual or just want to learn more about asexuality and the Ace community, this workshop is for you!
Door opens at 5:30PM and workshop starts at 6PM. FREE admission and FREE refreshments will be provided. Space is limited and please RSVP to reserve your ticket now!
This workshop will be facilitated by Ace Toronto (https://acetoronto.wordpress.com/).
Ace Toronto is about building local asexual/ace (and/or arospec) community connections by:
– holding regular discussions & social events; and
– facilitating educational workshops.
Tuesday, 6 March 2018 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
Student Services Building Room 116AB
2000 Simcoe St N.
Oshawa, Ontario L1H 7K4
Any additional questions can be sent as follows –
Student Diveristy and Inclusion Officer | Office of Student Diversity, Inclusion and Transitions
President | Durham College LGBTQ+ Network
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