A NEW event created for Dads looking to meet up and chat with other Dads who have LGBTQ+kids.Toronto Pflag Dads are getting together on February 21st for Dads Night Out.Dinner and drink menu available or just come for conversation with other Toronto Pflag Dads who havechildren who identify as gay/lesbian, trans, or among many diverse genders and sexualities.Toronto Pflag Dads volunteer their peer-support, and genuine dialogue over a dinner and pint (ortea), sharing experience and understanding as Dads have who are raising their own LGBTQ2 kids.Join the dialogue, ask some questions, or simply stop in to say hi!
Dads Night Out
February 21, 7:30pm.
Churchmouse and Firkin (2nd floor) at 475 Church St. (at Maitland)
For more details contact Joel at: email@example.com
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Toronto Pride 2018!!!
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Mayor John Tory and councillors joined Toronto Pflag and special guest Dr. Alex Abramovich to raise the Pride flag at City Hall to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia on May 17, 2016. It was a beautiful day, made even better by the introduction of Bill C-16 in Ottawa, which will guarantee legal and human rights protection to transgender people across Canada. Enjoy the photos and read the remarks by our president Anne Creighton. (Photo credits: Walter Krasilowez and Tania Grant)
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