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Ace Toronto’s AAW 2018 Events

For Asexual Awareness Week, our friends over at Ace Toronto are running some really exciting events! Here’s the info:

Events are for people of all identities.

Ace Toronto regrets that they are unable to provide ASL interpretation.

From the Organizers: Note that since so may of use are also arospec, we include info about arospec folks in all our ace educational work, while also making it clear that people can be one or both or neither. (Same applies to info about trans and/or non-binary folks.)

If any of the terms in this post are unfamiliar to you, please check out our Definitions Page or the glossary on our blog post, Sorting Out Romantic vs Sexual Feelings.

If you have questions about this topic, feel free to contact one of our peer educators. [Link]

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