Featuring keynote speaker James Moriarty
"The power of Queer community, and the exponential strength we can draw from each other"
Friday, May 17, 2013
The Capital Hotel
208 Kenmount Road
$20, payable at the door. Cash or checks only.
To reserve your seat, please phone 579-1009.
Doors open at 7:15AM
The International Day Against Homophobia (www.homophobiaday.org) is an opportunity for people to reflect on the impacts of homo/bi/transphobia and on the solutions that exist. Please join Planned Parenthood on Friday, May 17, 7:15 AM at the Capital Hotel for the "International Day Against Homophobia Breakfast." We encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to come out and hear James Moriarty discuss how we are stronger when we work together.
James Moriarty is a Queer trans man who enjoys long walks on the beach and dismantling the patriarchal and heteronormative ideals in the society in which he lives. He is passionate about community education and engagement, and welcomes any and all opportunities to open and participate in dialogues surrounding Queer culture and gender-y bender-y things. James is a Community Studies graduate, a Planned Parenthood volunteer, and a Camp Eclipse-er.
To reserve your seat, please phone 579-1009. Cash or check payment will be accepted at the door of the event.