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Lesbian and queer community postings and information

Below is our listing of queer-friendly community postings and general information that we've been sent . If you'd like some news shared here, please email it to us!

Suitable postings include: community notices and information, press releases, call for submissions, advocacy and general queer information. If you have a queer-friendly event to submit, please email us and it'll be posted to the events section of Superdyke. Thanks!

All Postings | Toronto and area | Vancouver and area | Atlantic Provinces


Out On Screen is hiring!

Consider joining our team! We’re passionate about making a difference and our programs are having greater impact in our communities. We’re currently seeking the following two positions:

1. Director of Operations & Volunteers, full-time starting January 5

* Lead, nurture and empower our volunteers
* Oversee the hiring of all part-time and contract staff, along with providing HR support
* Manage all operational aspects of the organization, including the annual Queer Film Festival
* Oversee the festival box office and front-of-house

2. Special Events Producer, three days per week starting January 5

o Produce all of our fundraising events, up to four per year
o Produce the Queer Film Festival Galas and Receptions
o Assist with other championed and third party events
o Assist with other fundraising activities

The deadline to apply for both is November 25.

Please direct any questions to Kat Biondi, at employment@outonscreen.com. And do feel free to pass this posting along to your own contacts.



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Posted: 2010-11-10
Inside Out Employment Opportunity: Assistant Facilitator, Queer Video Mentorship Project

Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film and Video Festival
Employment Opportunity:

Assistant Facilitator, Queer Video Mentorship Project

The Queer Video Mentorship Project provides a unique opportunity to learn video production from professional artists and editors, using state-of-the-art high-definition cameras and the latest editing technology – all in a group environment that is queer positive, collaborative and supportive. Inside Out and Charles Street Video guide participants through a series of workshops in all aspects of video production – from script development to camera operation to editing and final post-production.

Inside Out will select eight individuals, 4 under the age of 25 and 4 over the age of 55, who identify as LGBTTI2QQ to participate in the project, each making a short video (7 to 10 minutes long) to be screened at the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film and Video Festival in May.


* Provide support to the Queer Mentorship Video Project Lead Facilitator in preparation of workshop sessions
* Assist the Lead Facilitator in developing workshop content
* Contribute to the training of the various QMVP participants
* Provide one-on-one support to the QMVP participants as needed
* Provide administrative support for the Project as directed by the Lead Facilitator
* Provide planning notes and documents from workshop material/curriculum for video project resource binder at the conclusion of the contract
* Prepare a final report at the conclusion of the contract
* You will report to the Workshop Facilitator and the Manager of Operations.


* Experience in pre-production and post-production of video and/or film
* Experience working in workshops and teaching environments
* Experience working within an anti-oppressive framework
* Outstanding organizational skills
* Experience in a leadership role
* Experience in working with youth and/or seniors
* Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills
* Ability to work in a team environment


* Experience working with high definition camera equipment
* Knowledge of Final Cut Pro

Term of Contract:
Contract commences December 2010 and will continue to June 2010. Work schedule is part-time with workshops taking place on weekends and occasional evening meetings. Outside of the workshops, time will be allotted for planning and support to be determined at the beginning of the contract.

Must be available for the following dates:

Evening meetings (6 to 9pm):
Jan. 12 Intro meeting
Jan. 25 CSV Orientation

Weekend Workshops (10am to 5pm):
Jan. 15 & 16, Jan. 22 & 23, Feb. 5 & 6, Feb. 12 & 13, March 19 & 20,

Shooting: Feb. 21 to March 14
Edit Rough-cut: March 21 to April 1
Editing: April 4 to 15

Pre-screening: May 11
Inside Out Festival screening: May 19 to 29 (date TBD)

Compensation: $2,500 for the term of the contract.

Deadline for applications: Monday November 22, 2010

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter, indicating where you saw the posting, to:
Email: inside@insideout.ca or Fax: 416.977.8025
Attn: Queer Video Mentorship Project, Assistant Facilitator Position

Inside Out thanks everyone in advance for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Inside Out is committed to access and equity, which includes a commitment to achieve diversity among its staff, board and other volunteers. We encourage applicants who reflect the broad diversity of the LGBT communities and communities that we work with, in particular those who are members of the Aboriginal, ethnoracial and trans communities.



Posted: 2010-11-09


A multi-generational video mentorship program

The Project provides a unique opportunity to learn video production from professional artists and editors, using state-of-the-art high-definition cameras and the latest editing technology – all in a group environment that is queer positive, collaborative and supportive. Inside Out and Charles Street Video guide participants through a series of workshops in all aspects of video production – from script development to camera operation to editing and final post-production.

Inside Out will select eight individuals, 4 under the age of 25 and 4 over the age of 55, who identify as LGBTTI2QQ to participate in the project, each making a short video (7 to 10 minutes long) to be screened at the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film and Video Festival in May.

Eligibility Requirements:

- Applicants must be between the ages of 17 and 24 years old or 55 years or older
- Applicants must have little to no experience making films or videos
- Selected participants must be able to commit to 16 hours/week over 4 months starting in January 2011. This commitment includes approximately five weekend-long intensive workshops.

Deadline for proposals: December 6, 2010

For applications and guidelines visit www.insideout.ca
For more information please contact Winnie Luk, Manager of Operations at (416) 977-6847 ext. 24 or winnie@insideout.ca.



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Posted: 2010-11-08
Starting a queer band collective based out of Toronto

We are looking to start a queer band collective based out of Toronto. We are not trying to be the queer Broken Social Scene nor promoters but rather are looking to work together with other queer bands/musicians and music lovers to provide more opportunities for queer bands to get out there and get exposure as well as support each others efforts. We aim to do this by tentatively doing 2-3 shows a year to showcase the collective and the different acts involved in it. We are looking for other bands who are interested in an idea like this to get involved too as there's plenty of work to do with putting on events. We intend to keep this as grassroots as possible with records for the collective and it's events being transparent and any money raised from them fed back into the running of these events. One half or this project currently plays in a band called Casey vs. Jon (http://www.caseyvsjon.com) and the other is a fan of queer rock and queercore. If this sounds like something that would interest you or if you want to know more, feel free to contact us. At this point, to be able to properly manage it, we're only going to work with a few bands and start from there. Thanks for taking the time to read this and we hope to hear back from you at queerbandcollective@gmail.com!

All The Best,
Casey and Gards



Posted: 2010-10-12
Donations Needed Following Wellesley Fire

If you would like to help, cheques should be made out to The City of Toronto, 200 Wellesley Fire. They can either be dropped at the Wellesley Community Centre (495 Sherbourne St.) or sent to the Toronto Office of Partnerships Metro Hall, First Floor, 55 John Street, Toronto ON M5V 3C6.

Gifts of other kinds are also welcomed. If you have any new or gently used clothing, it can be dropped off at 519 Church St. The residents are in particular need of: new underwear and socks, both regular and plus sizes, jackets or hats, older boys' clothing, blankets and towels, school supplies, back packs, toiletries, and shoes.

Gift cards for grocery, drug and department stores are also much appreciated.


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Posted: 2010-09-29
2010 Vancouver Transgender Day of Remembrance

*please distribute*

Hello community members.
This is a call out for those who may be interested in helping plan the 2010 Vancouver Transgender Day Of Remembrance. (Vancouver TDOR)

Event will be on Saturday, November 20th, 2010.
Carnegie Com Centre (401 Main St) to SFU Harbour Center – 5:30pm/march at 6pm

*see below for important networking locations*

All my relations
Tami M. Starlight
Community organizer & founder
Planning committee group
Facebook group
Main Transgender DOR website(international locations, names & media info)



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Posted: 2010-09-29
Game Show Casting Call

Casting Call

A new television game show is looking for participants.

We are looking for fun, adventurous, energetic and outgoing people who have not been and do not plan to be on any other TV shows.

We are looking for participants who fit the following description:

* All shapes and sizes who are ages 25 – 70 years old
* Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant
* Must not have a criminal record
* Must NOT be a resident of Quebec, only Ontario residents may apply

You will have the opportunity to win up to $1,000.00 if selected to be on the show

You must be available for the following dates:

Audition dates: September 9, 10, 21 and / or 23, 2010 (10 minutes of your time, downtown Toronto)

Shoot dates: 1 day shoot between September 29 and October 4, 2010. (4 - 5 hours shoot)

If you are interested please send:

Your name
Phone number
2 photos, one of your face and one full length of your body
Height and weight info
a short blurb of your interests and occupation to:




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Posted: 2010-09-02
Greetings Basketball fans!

The Rainbow Hoops Basketball League is a recreational league that allows players of all levels of experience to enjoy the game of basketball while staying fit during the cold winter months.

The 2010/2011 season starts in October and registration is now open. Visit our website at http://www.rainbowhoops.com/registration.htm or email us at rhbasketball@gmail.com for more information.


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Posted: 2010-08-31
2011 Dyke Vancouver Calendar photo submission deadline

The Dyke Vancouver Calendar is a community calendar that showcases you while supporting us! If you have a talent or business to promote, have an interesting photo of yourself, or are just plain hot and want everyone to know it, submit a photo and you may be in the 2011 Dyke Vancouver Calendar! Proceeds go to the Leaping Thespians Theatre Company and to the continuance of lesbian theatre in Vancouver. Deadline is September 15th. For more information visit www.leapingthespians.ca. Good luck!


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Posted: 2010-08-30
Inside Out: Call for Committee Members

Do you want to play a key role in one of the world's largest LGBT film festivals?
Are you looking for a vital and rewarding senior volunteer position?


Are you:

* knowledgeable and experienced in fundraising, finance, film / video, HR, accessibility / access / human rights, law, or organizational development?
* committed to principles of equity and diversity?
* experienced in working as a senior volunteer on a committee or board of directors?
* able to spend a minimum 3 hours a month on committee work, including meetings?

Inside Out has openings for new members on our Access and Equity, Fundraising, Finance, Human Resources and Marketing & Outreach committees for volunteers who bring knowledge, experience, skills and passion to our organization.

If you are interested in seeking an opportunity to become part of Inside Out's third decade of development, please send a cover letter and brief resume by August 13, 2010 to: board@insideout.ca.

For more information about Inside Out please visit our website: www.insideout.ca

Inside Out is committed to access and equity, which includes a commitment to achieve diversity among its staff, board and other volunteers. We encourage applicants who reflect the broad diversity of the LGBT communities and communities that we work with, in particular those who are members of the Aboriginal, ethnoracial and trans communities.



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Posted: 2010-07-28
Extras needed

Extras needed for "Gay/Lesbian protest scene" Toronto

We are looking for interesting character types to play extras in a scene for a feature film being filmed in Toronto. This scene is a Gay rights protest, and is being shot on the the 5th July. Please note in order to take part you must be fully available for the entire day and non union pay will be $10.75 per hour with a 8 hr minimum.

If you are interested please e-mail a recent clear photograph to: castingforextrastoronto@gmail.com


Posted: 2010-06-28
The Queer Slam needs volunteers!

Currently looking for 4 people altogether to keep score, keep time and work at the door and merch tables....

Why do you want to volunteer? Because you love queers, because you love poetry, because you love hot poetry queers! You'll be inspired, you'll make a friend, you'll have a perfectly good reason for going to an event without a date, you'll get a free drink, free admission and maybe even some free poetry schwag.

For more details on the slam read below, and if you'd like to volunteer- email Kimothy at definitelybeautiful@gmail.com


Posted: 2010-06-08
Book Publisher looking for new LGBT material by Canadian lgbt authors

Dear Superdyke Website Staff,

I wasn't sure how to inform you of this I looked for a classified area but did not locate one. Regardless, I am writing to inform you that we are a LGBT Book Publishing Company based out of Abbotsford BC and we are seeking new material from LGBT Authors about LGBT issues.

We are looking to publish on a variety of genres here are some of them:

· Novels about coming out
· Novels about parenting as a LGBT
· Novels about LGBT relationships
· Fantasy Novels
· Children's Stories (can have LGBT content or can just be written by someone that is LGBT)
· Fiction & Non Fiction
· Self-Help books regarding issues faced by the LGBT community.

If you know of an author who wishes to submit a manuscript you may have them contact us via email at submissions@worldwidepeoplelocators.com or visit our website at http://www.worldwidepeoplelocators.com

Or they may call me directly at 604-504-4422.

Please further note we accept unsolicited manuscripts.


Dianna Holden – President
Worldwide People Locators Publishing a division of 0845450 BC LTD
604-504-4422 (MAIN)



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Posted: 2010-06-07
Equal Opportunity Surgery Funding for Transmen With Disabilities

To: MSP Payment Schedule Administration

Dear CarolAnne McNeill,

I am writing to you in regards to the situation involving Dr. David Musto and his decision to pull out of doing FTM Mastecomies/Contouring, or simply put, top surgery.

Dr. Musto was the only surgeon most could go to because Dr. Brown and Dr. Bowman both have a very high cost.

My understanding is if those who were on Dr. Musto's list go to Dr. Brown and front the cost, that MSP would reimburse us.

There are transmen who were on Dr. Musto's list who are on disability and have no resources. The decision MSP has put forth at this time is unrealistic and in no way a possibility for people on disability.

I am asking you to advocate to make this a realistic and equal opportunity for those with disabilities and living around, on or below the poverty line.



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Posted: 2010-05-19
New email group for gay women in the Fraser Valley

The Posse is a group for gay women (queer, lesbian, bi, trans-gendered, etc) to connect socially by planning recreational activities together. The Posse-bilities are endless! (it's a groaner, I know ;)



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Posted: 2010-05-19
LuLu LaRude Scholarship Information-$1000

The Lulu LaRude Scholarship was created in memory of Lulu. It was decided that since Lulu was in the performing arts, it be appropriate that we award this scholarship to someone in the performing arts. Also, because of the quality of nursing care Lulu received we are adding nursing this year.
The applicant must study in N.S.
-A goal statement should be submitted-showing goals you have directed to your area of study.
-Your previous years marks should be submitted(photocopy, no originals. These will be destroyed after decision.)
-A short essay of up to 500 words (typed) must be submitted telling us why you feel you deserve a scholarship.
-Application deadline will be JULY 31ST FOR SEPTEMBER 2010 CLASSES The applications can be submitted at the front bar of Reflections Cabaret marked "Attention Stephen Filek" You must be 19 to drop off the application.bar opens at 10pm Sun/Mon/Thurs/Fri/and 9pm on Sat.Please include the following information in your application:
Area of Study:
Place of Study:
Length of Program:
Year you are in:
School Start Date:
Lulu LaRude aka Charles "Chuck" McDuff Gillis was so many things-a loving husband, devoted friend, drag celebrity, make-up specialist, costume designer, mc, entertainer. Lulu was the total package, she had the ability to captivate an audience like no other. Her career spanned over 25 years and in that time she thrilled tens of thousands. Some notable highlights included performing at The Ribbon of Dreams AIDS Benefit which starred Country Megastar Trisha Yearwood, doing makeup for The Rankin Family, hosting her own T.V. show, co-creating the Mz. Gay Halifax Pageant, raising thousands of charitable dollars, doing The Loud and Queer Cabaret which showcased LGBTQ culture in Edmonton,hosting her own show Five Minutes of Fame, sharing a makeup business called Making Faces with Priscilla Love, becoming Empress IX of Edmonton, and marrying the love of her life Billy McDuff Gillis. Lulu had a heart of pure gold and her legacy will live on.
If anyone would like to donate to The Lulu LaRude Fund please contact Stephen Filek at Reflections or at mail@reflectionscabaret.com
All applications must be submitted in person or mailed to:
Reflections Cabaret
Att:Stephen Filek Scholarship
5184 Sackville Street
Halifax N.S.
B3J 2N1
-Stephen Filek
Scholarship Founder

Atlantic Provinces

Posted: 2010-05-19
Toronto Dyke March 2010 Registration

Online registration is now open to be in the Dyke March. If you are marching alone, you do not need to register, but if you would like to go as a group, we prefer that you register in order to keep things running smoothly and safely. This link will take you to the registration page:


Please note that even though you register by "buying" tickets, the Dyke March continues to be free!

Have a great day,
The Dyke March Committee



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Posted: 2010-05-19
Trans community forum

To the various transsexual, transgender, and genderqueer communities of the Greater Vancouver area:

On the week before Pride (July 19th - July 25th), a trans community forum is going to be taking place @ Rhodes Wellness College - 1125 Howe Street Vancouver, BC.

The organizers of this sliding scale (no one turned away) community-centered event envision a bringing together of diverse trans communities, both individuals and service providers, to establish a cohesive vision of what the specific needs of our trans communities are at this exact moment in time---through a focus on health and coalition building.

We see this is an opportunity for trans people, their allies and the health professionals that work with them to create community, hear the needs and concerns of the communities, and to share the skills and knowledge that we all have.

At present we are looking for volunteers and leaders to help out with committees:

- Audio/Video
- Accessibility & Logistics
- Advertising/ Promotion
- Dance/Welcoming/Entertainment
- Funding
- Fund-raising
- Food
- General Volunteer
- March
- Print
- Programming

If you feel you as though you can contribute to any or all, of these committees we encourage you to please join us at one of our next meetings.

May 29, June 12, June 27, and July 11th.
@ the Generations Office.
Suite 610 - 1033 Davie Street.
Buzz 620 at the door to get up.

We look forward to folks of all genders getting involved in this wonderful, community building event!

In Solidarity,
The Vancouver Trans Forum organizing committee

*the Generations Office is wheelchair accessible. There is an accessible washroom on the main floor*

About the Forum: Tentative Structure

Monday night (July 19th) through till Thursday night (July 22nd) there will be a mini trans film fest, to be held at different venues across town.

Friday night will be the official opening of the forum, with a film, keynote speaker, and social events (ie: dance party, board games)

Saturday's panels, workshops, and facilitated discussions will be geared more towards individual trans/gender queer community members. Examples of proposed workshops include: a know your rights workshop, a self defense workshop, and a facilitated discussion on substance use in the trans community.

Saturday night will close with an "all bodies swim night" wherein an accessible pool is rented for all to go swimming.

Sunday's panels, workshops, and facilitated discussions will be geared more towards service providers, health professionals, and individual community members interested in building broad-based coalitions. Examples of proposed workshops include: how to better support trans people working in the sex trade, a panel discussion on the changing policies of university women's centres, and a political strategical session on public bathroom safety.

As the week will be taking place the week before Pride, the collective organizers thought that it would be a nice fit to end the forum with a trans pride march, similar to the ones that happen in Toronto and San Francisco.

The Vancouver Trans Forum also understands that many trans folk belong to numerous marginalized communities simultaneously.

Thus Vancouver Trans Forum encourages participation and feedback from persons who experience, combat, wish to speak about: sexism, racism, abelism, poverty and relative topics that involve intersecting forms of oppression.



Posted: 2010-05-18
Wolfe Acquires Four LGBT Titles

Wolfe Releasing and WolfeVideo.com, the oldest and largest exclusive distributor of gay and lesbian films, announced today that it has acquired the distribution rights to four outstanding films: The timely Sundance selection 8: The Mormon Proposition; Nicole Conn’s much-anticipated Elena Undone; the underground gem My Normal; and the hip Slamdance hit

The Four-Faced Liar.

"We are exceedingly proud to be acquiring such diverse and high quality films," said Wolfe Releasing Founder and CEO Kathy Wolfe.

8: The Mormon Proposition, directed by Emmy Award winning journalist Reed Cowan, presents a searing indictment of the Mormon Church's historic involvement in the passage of California’s Proposition 8, and the Mormon religion’s secretive, decades-long campaign against gay rights. The film premiered this year in the heart of Mormon country at the Sundance film festival.

Wolfe and Red Flag Releasing will collaborate to release 8. Red Flag has scheduled a June theatrical release; while Wolfe will bring the title to DVD in July. "This is a vitally important documentary for the gay community," said Wolfe President Maria Lynn. "The message is urgent and we believe it will spur those who watch it to get politically involved."

Elena Undone tells the story of Elena, a pastor’s wife stifled by a drab selfless life of devotion. When she meets Peyton, a writer struggling with personal tragedy, the two women are instantly drawn to each other. But when Peyton hesitates to get involved, Elena finds a will she has never known and pushes Peyton into what becomes a passionate affair of soulmates.

Elena Undone is the latest work of Nicole Conn, whose 1992 film Claire of the Moon electrified lesbian audiences with its sensual coming out story. The Claire DVD continues as a best seller and attracts devoted fans to this day. "We are thrilled to be working with Nicole Conn again after 20 years," said Lynn. Elena Undone will debut at the San Francisco Lesbian & Gay Film Festival this June; after that, Wolfe will be trafficking it to film festivals worldwide.

My Normal tells the story of Natalie, a lesbian from New York’s Lower East Side, who dreams of becoming a filmmaker, but who works as a popular dominatrix. When her big break finally comes, Natalie finds, to her surprise, that realizing a dream doesn’t bring the fulfillment she expected. Instead, she devises a way to use her unique talents to get exactly what she wants.

"My Normal is a true undiscovered gem," says Lynn, "and we are happy to be introducing it to the LGBT community." The film is currently on the US festival circuit, and will come to DVD in late 2010.

The Four-Faced Liar, "a comedy about drama," tells the story of a group of New York 20-somethings. Bridget is a hip, womanizing lesbian who loves Emily Bronte, and who lives with her guy pal Trip. One night, they meet straight-laced New York newbies Greg and Molly at their favorite hangout, The Four-Faced Liar. Molly is a bit appalled by free spirited Bridget – but she’s also attracted to her, and in time, the friends’ lives are hilariously complicated when the two women fall in love.

The Four-Faced Liar was written and co-produced by Marja Lewis Ryan, who also stars in the film as Bridget. "The film was a delightful find at Slamdance," said Lynn. "It deservedly played to sold out audiences there." Wolfe will be taking The Four Faced Liar to US and Canadian festivals throughout the year.

"As Wolfe celebrates its 25th year distributing gay and lesbian movies, we are delighted that such quality lesbian and gay films are being made, and we are proud to distribute them," said Kathy Wolfe, Founder & CEO of Wolfe Releasing and WolfeVideo.com.

For more information visit www.WolfeVideo.com

About Wolfe Video
Wolfe Releasing and WolfeVideo.com is celebrating its 25th anniversary as the oldest and largest exclusive distributor of lesbian and gay movies in the world. Wolfe Video is the premiere company providing high-quality feature films about gays and lesbians to all audiences. Since 1985, Wolfe has represented both studios and independent producers. For more information, please visit www.WolfeVideo.com or call 1-800-642-5247.



Posted: 2010-05-11
Call for Zine Submissions: *Transitive* (DEADLINE: May 15)

Call for Zine Submissions: *Transitive*

All trans people, trans allies, trans lovers: send us your work, your thoughts, your stories!

The Trans Inclusion Group of The Centre for Women and Trans People at U of T will be publishing a zine focusing on trans people, trans issues, and transitions. We invite you to submit your stories (fiction or non), essays, poetry, photos, comics, art, reviews, manifestos, or anything else you want to submit for inclusion in Transitive.

Possible topics include: identity, the body, transition/not transitioning, community, safety, allies/being an ally, activism, support, love/sexuality, or whatever you want to relate to trans-ness.

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: Submissions must be received by May 15th, 2010 (by midnight, for email submissions).

The Centre believes those who are on the margins often have insights and understandings of how systems of oppression, power and privilege work and are maintained.

First Nations people, people of colour, mixed race folks, intersex people, sex trade workers, people with disabilities, psychiatric survivors and those within the psych. systems, those in prison or who have been incarcerated, gender fluid people, genderqueers, cross dressers, users, people living in poverty, refugees, migrants, Transitive would be honoured to hold your stories.

Submissions are open to everyone and may be anonymous or signed. You may also include a short bio with your submission (1-3 sentences max).

HOW TO SUBMIT: Email us your submission to tigzine AT gmail DOT com, along with any questions you might have. Or, drop off your submission in the Transitive Zine Submissions mailbox located on the door of The Centre for Women and Trans People. Or, mail your submission to The Centre.

We will be publishing both print and online versions of Transitive, with the online version available from the Centre website. The publication date is still to be determined; if you would like to be notified when Transitive is published please include contact information with your submission. Submissions are not guaranteed to be published in the online or print versions of Transitive.

The Centre for Women and Trans People
University of Toronto
563 Spadina Avenue
Room 100
North Borden Building
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 2J7
Telephone: 416-978-8201



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Posted: 2010-05-06

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