Re-orientation cabaret: My sex is beautiful

Friday, October 1, 2010 - 23:30

The Centre for Women and Trans People (CWTP) at York University is hosting:

Re-orientation cabaret: My sex is beautiful
Mc: Dainty Box

Raging Asian women
Ill Nana
Chromatically Correct
Nichola Ward
Cutesy Caliber
Philip Cairns

Masti Khor


...and lots of other great acts, followed by a night of dancing with DJ Black Cat.

Tickets sliding scale 5-10$, advanced tickets available at Good for Her and the CWTP York.
( All the money made at the door will go towards performers).

All ages event and ASL will be provided. Volunteers will be available to meet folks at York University and Dufferin Station, and we will provide volunteers and TTC maps to help folks get back to campus at the end of the night.

Contact 416-736-2100 x 33484 or email for more information, to let us know how we can meet your accessibility needs or to find out where and when to meet the folks heading to the event together.

Gladstone Hotel
1214 queen street west
Toronto , ON
43° 38' 33.2664" N, 79° 25' 36.6924" W
Ontario CA

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