Crystal Meth, also known as Tina or T, has been around gay and queer men’s communities for two decades now. Affecting our health, our relationships, our sexuality, and our lives. Stigma, taboo, and incomprehension are all contributing the grips it has on some of our friends, lovers and allies.
This workshop aims to demystify Crystal Meth, to understand how it can affect us and others, and give ideas on how to manage, quit or support loved ones who are using. It is free and open to anyone who identifies as a young, gay/bi/queer cis or trans man, and to their allies.
DATE & TIME
Monday, November 13, 2017
519 Community Center, Meeting Room 204
519 Church Street
the 519 is wheelchair-accessible and has gender-neutral washroom on site. For other accessibility requirements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, November 7, 2017.