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**To join, you MUST register at https://forms.gle/HxXXEL4T1AdtC4zw5!**
Workshop:
Have you ever felt not “bi”/ “pan”/ “queer” enough? Ever wondered what the difference between “bi” and “pan” is? Maybe you’re questioning and would like to explore some identities? Or maybe you just want to come on bi to meet other folks during this pandemic while we all queer-antine at home!
If you’re interested in any of the above, please join us as we learn the differences (and similarities!) between bisexuality, pansexuality, and queerness, and how these identities have come to change over the years. We will explore what it means to be bisexual, why it’s okay to sometimes question our identities, and share affirmations on why bi (and pan and queer!) is beautiful.
This workshop is intended for Bi+/Pan/Queer-identifying Asians, though any LGBTQIAP+ Asians are allowed to join.
Please register at: https://forms.gle/HxXXEL4T1AdtC4zw5
(A Zoom link will be sent out to all registered participants closer to the event date.)
A little bit about our facilitator:
Angela is an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto, studying Human Biology and Psychology, with the hopes of pursuing research for LGBTQ+ health and women’s health. She has recently joined the ACAS team as a Peer Educator for the When You’re Ready Program, and is excited to explore the experiences of queer-trans Asian youth in our new virtual space.
This event is made possible thanks to the support of United Way GTA #LocalLove
Funded by the Government of Canada.