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Berkha's blog contributions
Jun 21st
Trying to figure out what to attend this weekend? Here's a list of events that I think might be of interest to QTSA's, along with opportunities to meet other QTSA's.
disco ball with a rainbow flag draped across the picture. A yellow strip with pink text on it writing queer, trans south asian guide to pride
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Jan 15th
As a response to the serious lack of spaces for queer and trans BIPOC community members in Peel, we (arv and Berkha) are creating an informal Mississauga meetup space starting January 21, 2016.Who is this space for? - folks who identify as part of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning, 2 Spirit, asexual (LGBTTIQQ2SA) communities AND - folks who identify as Black, Indigenous or a person of colour
photo of central mississauga on a cloudy day with snow on the ground amongst trees...image is of multiple buildings near square one all about the same height but different colours
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Berkha's active conversations
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last reply by cm - Sep 21st:
Super late to this, but I actually gave up watching the show like 4 or so episodes into it. And then watched the Thanksgiving episode with Denise.
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last reply by Berkha - Feb 6th:
another reminder to start the QTBIPOC book club?!?! I'll talk to Krittika by the weekend.
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last reply by Berkha - May 3rd:
Really like foxville and I hadn't heard of them before so thanks! some more illustration-based folks i like:
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last reply by Berkha - Mar 8th:
- Thanking the women in your life publicly today for all the ways they take care of you but not doing anything to fight sexism/misogyny all year around
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last reply by Berkha - Feb 5th:
Here's a post I read recently that I thought was interesting as well - "
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last reply by Berkha - Feb 5th:
This article "India's got 99 problems...but Beyonce's not one" by Ushka is such a great summ
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last reply by Harris - Jan 27th:
First off, I really enjoyed reading everyone's responses above.
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last reply by Berkha - Dec 22nd:
As a larger bodied short (by 'mens clothing' standards) person, it's been a struggle to find clothes that feel gender-affirming and fit properly. It's taken me many years of buying clothes that 'worked' but don't feel exactly what I was looki
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last reply by astaroche - Dec 18th:
My doctor reccomeded taking a Vitamind D supplment to compensate for the Canada's perpetual darkness. I keep a journal to remind myself of my creativity and brilliance.