New Exhibitionists Group
This is a pilot project to determine the need or interest in such a group. This group is open to all people who identify as exhibitionists, nudists, or people curious to learn more about exhibitionism. CLOTHING IS OPTIONAL! Bring snacks if you have them. We ask that all attendees practice courteous and respectful behaviour at all times. 18 yrs and over please.
Trans Group Changes!!!
Our Trans Unite Group is now the “GENDER DIVERSITY GROUP”. We want our group as open and welcoming as possible to all identities. It doesn’t matter if you identify as Cross-dresser, Transvestite, Transsexual, Transgendered, Transitioning, Questioning, Gender Queer, or anything else for that matter. We welcome YOU! Also, we will now be meeting at the 2110 Gender Advocacy Centre located at 2110 Rue MaKay, Guy/Concordia metro. The time and day is the same ( 2nd Sunday of each month from 4:30-6:40pm).
Nov 2 – Alternative Sexuality Show
We co-host an alternative lifestyles radio show the first Wednesday of every month on the Dr Laurie Betito Show “Passion” CJAD 800 AM. Tune-in!!! This month Contessa Alura will be discussing Fetishism. Special guests Petal and Glovesub.
Naked Yoga Changes!!!
Starting the month of November Naked Yoga will be offered at the ALCC on the 1st Wednesday of the month from 7-8pm. Please note Oct 8th is the LAST Saturday class and will be moving to the ALCC. The instructor will be our very own, Roberto Bello.
Asexual Documentary Screening
SAKA (Sexuality and Kink Awareness) student group at McGill is hosting a special screening of the Asexual Documentary Oct 21 at 6pm in the Bronfman building on McGill campus. For information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
. This is a FREE event.
2110 Centre PSA Training Update
We would like to thank the 2110 Gender Advocacy Centre for opening their PSA (Peer Support Advocacy) Training to the ALCC and other organizations. It was through their effort, funds, time AND location, that the ALCC was able to receive training for our volunteers to learn techniques in being PSA’s. We are happy to report that we now have three qualified Peer Support Advocates at the ALCC.
Potluck Changes to Munch and Movie
We are very happy to announce that since we will be back indoors for the winter, we have changed our potluck to a MUNCH. Instead of going to a restaurant where you will pay at least $15-$20 for a meal, we bring the Munch to you. For $7 you will get a spaghetti dinner with your choice of vegetarian or meat sauce, a delicious dessert and beverage. To top it off, we will follow the meal with a different film each month announced at the beginning of the month. November’s film is “Two Spirit”. Suggestions welcome. Volunteers eat for free!
Bondage Practice Group Challenge!
We have changed the name of the Amateur Bondage Group to the “BONDAGE PRACTICE GROUP” and added some interesting challenges! You will have the opportunity to expand on your bondage skills with some fun games such as “secure the furniture”, a race to tie random items together and “exhibition bondage” for the aesthetically inclined. Prizes will be awarded. Group meets the 2nd Sunday of every month from 7-9pm at the ALCC.
Drop-in Day Theme: COLOUR!
This month wear your brightest, flashiest, most fabulous colours. How creative and loud can you be with your colours? We shall see! Prizes awarded
for the most original way of “wearing” your colours!