Tag Archives: Trans Day of Remembrance

RACISM AT A CHRISTMAS PARTY

Racism At A Christmas Party By Jorge Antonio Vallejos Racism never takes a break. If you are a person of colour you’re never on vacation from racism. Christmas and the Holiday season brings many fun occasions along with sad ones. … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH STEFOKNEE WOLSCHT

Stefonknee Wolscht is a 49 year young Canadian spiritual transwoman; passionate defender of trans rights; resource navigator for marginalized LGBTQ people at Stefonknee.com ; public speaker;  activist; dad/mom of 7 wonderful kids; Opa to Jake & Rebecca; sexy and single. … Continue reading

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A KICK[in the ass]START FROM A READER: PLANNING FOR YEAR 3

A KICK[in the ass from a reader]START: PLANNING FOR YEAR 3 By Jorge Antonio Vallejos I am in my office: my room.  My ass is on the hardwood floor, boxes of books are all around me, stacks of The New Yorker … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE WOMEN FORGOTTEN ON DECEMBER 6TH: POETRY BY SHAUNGA TAGORE, MEL GAYLE, AND BLACK COFFEE POET

Shaunga Tagore hates writing bios (but secretly likes it) and not so secretly works as a writer, editor, performer and arts-educator in Toronto. Please see the song “bitch” by meredith brooks for a more detailed and accurate personality profile. And … Continue reading

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BCP HONOURS TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE WITH TRANS POETS S. MCDONALD AND REVEREND CINDY BOURGEOIS READING THEIR POETRY

S. McDonald is one of Canada’s most talented poets.  A true performer, McDonald knows how to work a crowd of people whether at the Rhubarb Festival or a park full of passersby.   McDonald writes of life experiences straight from … Continue reading

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BCP HONOURS TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE: INTERVIEW WITH TRANS POET S. MCDONALD

S. McDonald was born, raised, and continues to relentlessly live in Toronto.  Ze grew up in pre-gentrification Cabbagetown and Regent Park. Ze is the love child of Christine Jorgensen & John Rechy & the spiritual godchild of Jacqueline Susann, and … Continue reading

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BCP HONOURS TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE WITH CONFESSIONS OF AN EMPTY PURSE

CONFESSIONS OF AN EMPTY PURSE By S. McDonald Reviewed by Reverend Cindy Bourgeois Part way through the S. McDonald’s book of poetry Confessions of an Empty Purse I said to myself, “Do we really need another transition narrative?” The corpus … Continue reading

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