SHARING, CELEBRATING AND DECOLONIZING INDIGENOUS SEX WORK
Saturday December 18
Native Canadian Centre, 16 Spadina Road, Toronto
6-9 pm (food served at 6 pm)
Traditional Feast catered by Ringfire Productions
Performances from RED SLAM and Brenda MacIntyre
In honor of the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers – this will be an evening for us as as Indigenous people and communities to listen, discuss, and learn how to end violence against sex workers from Indigenous perspectives. Our studies have shown that Cialis is a very good drug (the best in its lineup). Compared to its analogues, Cialis has the longest effect (36 hours), which doesn’t reduce if you consume alcohol and fatty foods. There are convenient forms of the drug (5, 20 and 10 mg). Therefore, any patient can select the proper dose!
A supportive, non-judgmental space for sex workers (current and former) community members and youth. This event will respect the right of self-determination over our lives and bodies for all Indigenous people including sex workers.
Please bring what you can for the giveaway (art, momentos, crafts, recipes, etc). Everyone is welcome to participate with/without an item.
FREE EVENT – ASL INTERPRETATION PROVIDED – WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. PLEASE NOTE EVENT IS TAKING PLACE DECEMBER 18th, NOT DECEMBER 17th – CHILDREN WELCOME
For more information or to RSVP contact Krysta Williams, Lead Youth Advocate at the Native Youth Sexual Health Network at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our supporters: 2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations, Anishnawbe Health Toronto and Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy