Monthly Archives: September 2016
Book Signing at the ALCC: Author of Trans-Oriented, Michael David Freel, joins us!
We are honored to have Michael David Freel at the ALCC to sign copies of his book, Trans-Oriented. Join us Sept 18, 3016 at 3pm.
As written on Amazon.com: Topical, wickedly frank, instructive…and frequently hilarious, Trans-Oriented is perhaps the world’s very first romance guide for men whose sexual orientation is inescapably drawn towards transgender women. With everything a TGentleman will need to know about dating, friendship, romance, love, and sex with a TGirl, this comprehensive look at a seldom-examined world is jam-packed with information and practical advice. And it won’t shrink from hitting readers upside the head with a ‘clue by 4’, either. The stereotype-shattering Trans-Oriented will be a Read the rest of this entry
Deconstructing Gender Stereotypes: A Dancing Experience
Come join us Sept 25, 2016 at 5:15pm for a unique workshop that puts a creative spin on such a sensitive topic.
Sivan says, “What makes us say a particular way of moving is more masculine or feminine?” To deconstruct these cultural stereotypes, we’ll first explore the components of a movement (timing, muscle tone, direction, smoothness, etc.). That will help us understand how they contribute to Read the rest of this entry
ALCC welcomes our new Rope Educator for 2016, Isabelle Hanikamu
We are very pleased to announce that Isabelle Hanikamu from Kinbaku Dojo Montreal, will be teaching our rope classes in her unique and mesmerizing style.
She has trained under 奈加あきら Naka Akira and brings her in-depth knowledge and experience to the ALCC to share with everyone.
Below are the dates of her workshops.
Sep 25 1pm (13h)
Oct 16 3pm (15h)
Dec 18 3pm (15h)