Rainbow GPS Project
December 15, 2020 / 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Register at https://forms.gle/3cekSdxxFwZy1tY59
Rainbow GPS Project is an orientation project for East/Southeast Asian LGBTQ Newcomers and International Students who are transitioning to live in Toronto and in Canada. Through weekly drop-in sessions, the Rainbow GPS project will be a learning space for people to explore themes around sexuality, gender identity, coming out, consent, dating and relationships, and body image. The objectives are to LEARN different concepts and themes, APPLY key learning outcomes, and SHARE personal or lived experiences. Through these objectives (learning, applying, and sharing), the Rainbow GPS Project aims to explore various LGBTQ+ identities that are specific to East Asian and Southeast Asian cultures and how those LGBTQ+ identities are being translated to Western society.
The Rainbow GPS Project is open to East and Southeast Asian LGBTQ+ International Students and Newcomers. The Rainbow GPS Project focuses on LGBTQ+ resources in the Greater Toronto Area, but people can register from across Canada and can participate in the workshops.*
The program will have a total of four (4) workshops on TUESDAYS starting November 17, 2020. All workshops are held through Zoom. The 4 sessions are:
November 24, 6pm EST: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) 101
December 1, 6pm EST: Coming Out (to Myself)
December 8, 6pm EST: Sup? Looking?: Navigating queer dating in an online world
December 15, 6pm EST: I am My Body: Consent, body image, and desire
Contact Bryan Quinones (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
*(Due to the unprecedented events that was caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic, the sessions will be happening online via zoom. This allows the program to be available for other LGBTQ+ newcomers and international students who may not be physically living in Toronto.)
The Rainbow GPS Project is funded by Community ONE Foundation