Gay/bi/queer men’s culture is very sexualized, but not all of us feel the same way about sex. Some can’t get enough sex, other guys can only have sex when an emotional connection is present, and then there are guys who could care less about sex. At this workshop, will explore the spectrum of people’s relationships with sex as we talk about asexuality and the Ace community.
DATE & TIME
Thursday, October 12, 2017
ACT, Meeting Room A+B
543 Yonge Street, 4th Floor
Toronto, ON, M4Y 1Y5
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
This workshop will be facilitated by Ace Toronto (https://acetoronto.wordpress.com/). 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). Ace Toronto is about building local asexual/ace (and/or arospec) community connections by:
– holding regular discussions & social events (up-to-date time and location info here)
– facilitating educational workshops
ACT is wheelchair-accessible and has a single-user, gender-neutral washroom on site. For other accessibility requirements, please contact us at email@example.com by Thursday, September 28, 2017.
OurSpace is a Toronto-based collective of youth leaders who create innovative spaces for young guys who like guys to come together, learn from each other, discuss social issues, and have fun! Through interactive workshops, discussion groups, and social events, we strive to empower each other with the knowledge, skills, and networks necessary to support our overall health and well-being.