From the promoters:
Taking What We Need and desperate dykes everywhere present:
GRIND'HER (an irl homosexual app event)
Tam Ika (TO)
& a live set by Carolina Brown (TO)
There will be an extra thirsty live group performance at 1 AM that you absolutely do not want to miss we promise you. Keep an eye out for special cruise zones, secret make-out closets, and, of course, a chill out area. DRESS TO IMPRESS.
All proceeds go to Freedom School, an initiative of Black Lives Matter - Toronto. $10-15$ PWYC
“Excuse me Madame but is the era of Lesbian Bed Death finally coming to a close??”
"That's what I heard sister, yes indeed."
Delicate Diva Daddies!
Lavender Lounge Lizards!
Sloppy Scissor Sisters!
Giggling Gauche Gays!
Bawdy Bisexual Butches!
Pimply Pillow Poofs!
Wizened Wet Widows!
Masterful Motorboat Mannequins!
Tucked n Thirsty Teddy's!
Questioning Queer Queens!
Homosexual Hormone Heads!
Cocky Communist Cunts!
GRIND'HER – is the new bean on the scene.
GRIND'HER is an evening of unabashed queer revelry for all frizzled freaks who share an affinity for lesbian experience, practice, or history.
GRIND'HER is also a first *attempt* at building a consensual, empowering, and ultimately hot cruising space outside the village for dykes, queers, and queens. Fuck « Trans-inclusivity », GRIND'HER is Trans-Integral from the ground up. Transwomen are heaven sent, non-binary bitches are holy, and gender non conforming people are angels. Recognize! Or else please remember it's never too late to abort yourself.
*There will be safe space workers present in the venue! If at any moment you feel uncomfortable or need help don't hesitate to approach them or talk to people working the door. Consent is primordial. No aggressive cruising. No means No zero tolerance policy. Always ask before doing anything. For anyone who wishes not to partake in cruising there will be yellow bandanas at the front door you can attach to yourself or bring something yellow to put on. YELLOW MEANS LEAVE ME THE FUCK ALONE. We are open to any collaborations and suggestions to help make this event safer.
Please see Unit 2's accessibility statement if you have any concerns about using the space, or message Unit 2 directly.
It is wheelchair accessible with an accessible washroom, it is not scent free, there will be no smoke machines or strobe lights, it will be somewhat darkly lit.
Part of the Bricks & Glitter festival
Bricks and Glitter is a community arts festival, celebrating Two-Spirit, trans and queer talent, ingenuity, caring, anger, and abundance. We are a trouble of queers who believe in creativity and collectivity, in imagining together a world worth living in. Intersectional by default and critical by necessity, we are trying to create a space for us all of us, to world build together, and to practice the future in the now.