Monthly Archives: December 2011

December Munch & Movie

The ALCC/CCVA isn’t just about teaching workshops and groups, we are also for members to socialize as well, and the Munch & Movie is a good opportunity to do so.

We had a good crowd, including a couple of new faces too!  Both Vanessa & Petal provided the food, a choice of chicken pita wraps (including non-meat meat vegetarian!) and spaghetti. Dessert was Timmy’s donoughts!  *mmmm…. donoughts!*

The movie for the night was Barbarian Queen 2, and as well a BDSM scene on tape.

Yummy food, fun movies, and good company! Come on by the next one!

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Rope it!

On Wednesday December 14, Lord Saxnot gave his rope bondage workshop. Remember – before you take the Advanced Rope Bondage workshop you will need to have taken the Basic first!

There was a good attendance, and those taking it caught on pretty fast on the subject.  Besides how to tie, where to tie and not to tie was also taught (not everyong knows you shouldn’t in some areas!)

 

– Vanessa, Secretary

Gender Isn’t Binary

The Gender Diversity Group met on Sunday, Dec 11, and while sparsely attended (holiday season does that! lol!) the discussion was lively and interesting.

One thing that has become apparent is that those who are gender fluid need to be protected by law. It is hard enough being transsexual in a workplace, but those who are gender fluid can face some even harsher discrimination.

For some gender is binary, for example male or female, but for some it is more than that. And society does tend to ignore this, despite the fact that it is increasing.

– Vanessa, Secretary

December Newsletter

ALCC  NewsletterDecember 2011

NOTE: Holiday Schedule

Please note that due to holiday scheduling many of our regular groups, workshops and events will be held at different dates and times. As well, the ALCC will be closed from Dec. 19 to Jan. 2. A new schedule will resume as of Jan. 3, 2012. Read the rest of this entry

Great Food, Great Company!

On Saturday, December 10, the ALCC held its Annual Holiday Brunch at 1000 Grammes (formerly Kilo).

Also on display were photographs of Theresa from Sweden, in latex in public. The photos are wonderful, and the photos below don’t quite capture how good they are (you have to see them in person!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The food was wonderful, the chat lively, fun, and interesting. It gave some a chance to catch up with friends we haven’t had a chance to catch up with in a while, and for some to make new ones!

There was even a game of trivia, the four winners received individual cards with gifts inside (yours truly won one, and just loves her card and gift!).