Category Archives: trans
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
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
The Alternative Lifestyles workshop gave a quick look into what we, the ALCC/CCVA are essentially about, and the various alternative lifestyles and marginalized identities and sexuality and what they are. It even brought in more membership!
On Sunday January 3rd we had our Alternative Lifestyles/Members Orientation workshop, followed by 2 trans related workshops, ALL well attended! Thank you to all! Read the rest of this entry
On November 1st, we had the Alternative Lifestyles workshop, Disability group, and the Gender Empowerment group.
In the alternative lifestyles workshop, Vanessa covered not just alt lifestyles but as well marginalized identities and orientations. In it, polyamory, swingers, nudists, BDSM, asexual, bisexual, and trans among more were covered. Don’t forget! This is the workshop you need to attend to become a member! Read the rest of this entry
Trans Spectrum, a truly amazing and inspirational workshop! / Eventail trans, un atelier vraiment étonnant et inspirant!
Violet brought Trans issues to the forefront with her Trans Spectrum workshop. She discussed a multitude of different topics such as discrimination, misconceptions, and some shocking statistics about suicide in the trans community. She also explained all about the “gender umbrella” helping us to understand the terms and their differences. / Violet a apporté les problèmes trans à l’avant-garde dans son atelier Eventail Trans. Elle a discuté d’une multitude de différents sujets tels que la discrimination, les idées fausses, et quelques statistiques choquantes sur le suicide dans la communauté trans. Elle a également expliqué tout au sujet du “parapluie de genre” pour nous aider à comprendre les différents termes et leurs différences.
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