Toronto Anarchist Fair and Affiliated Events:
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6PM – Harvest Noon Community Holiday Potluck
Harvest Noon Café – 2nd floor, GSU Building (16 Bancroft Ave, University of Toronto; this is an inaccessible space)
FREE! – Bring a dish to share
Come celebrate the holiday season and share vegan-friendly recipes with the Harvest Noon community!
Please bring one vegan-friendly dish; It can be anything from a side dish, appetizer, main dish, bread, dessert etc.
RSVP & let us know what you’re bringing: http://bit.ly/ImsGyD
*separately organized by Harvest Noon Café+Co-op*
8PM – Toronto Queer Zine Fair’s Winter Survival Tour
Unit 2 (163 Sterling Rd; entrance and bathroom both accessible, bathroom lacks grab bars)
$5/PWYC/No One Turned Away
geoff is a writer, community organizer and artist. his writings are open and not limited to his experiences with drugs, trauma, addiction, queerness, recovery, intimacy. he is a rad queer anarchist superstar. find more info about geoff here:
Amrit Brar writes and illustrates Musterni – zines on the intersections of race, queerness and faith as a first generation Indo-Canadian, and navigating these spaces within Sikh families marked by genocidal displacement and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Maranda Elizabeth writes about mental health & illness, genderqueerosity, writing & creativity, self-care & support, and how to create a meaningful daily life.
Eric Levitt writes zines on the intersection of radical gayness, queerness, body fascism and radical politics.
Eddie O writes about supporting survivors and creating alternative structures of support and mutual aid with a focus on their own experience surviving abuse and recovering from trauma.
NOTE: Check your fucked up behaviours at the door. Be aware of the space you’re taking and the language you’re using. There will be active listeners at this event.
9PM – anarkink! … a kinky queer play party in cahoots with the toronto anarchist fair!
studio ten (135 tecumseth st — down the alley & turn right)
PWYC (suggested donation 10$ but no one turned away for lack of funds)
Space is limited so please try to RSVP at email@example.com
doors open at 9:00pm and doors will be closing at 10pm!!!!
10pm – 11pm: sex party etiquette and practices of consent
to start the party off we’ll share guidelines for sex party etiquette and building consensual, safer spaces to explore kink. we acknowledge that consent is an on-going process and that all these things are good things to (re)learn: how to negotiate, ask permission, say no thanks, flirt, strengthen our boundaries, do the right thing, share safewords, articulate our turn-ons and turn-offs, check our privileges.
11pm – 3am: play party!
bring your diy toys and dollar store pervertibles, come with your co-conspirators and sexy collaborators, or just with your friend(s)! safer sex supplies will be provided (but feel free to bring your own too). there will be bdsm mentors offering their services for temperature play, rope bondage, fisting and impact play. more info on this at the party!
accessibility: the space is a ground floor, single-level studio with one step to the bathroom.
to support safer, consensual exchanges this is a sober space. there will be a chill-out space for non-sexual exchanges. letter writing for prisoners through the toronto anarchist black cross can happen in this space too.
All inquiries can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org