Dorothy's & Toby's Place
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Dorothy's Place and Rainbow Tea Time
Monday Lunchtime is back in person!
We are hosting a bring-your-own-lunch each week from 11:30am-1:30am at BBUC.
Zoom is still active at the same time, with the same link, for those who are unable to make it in person.”
Rainbow Tea Time on Fridays continues virtual at this time.
For more information about Dorothy's Place call 647-915-2475
"2SLGBTQ+ Youth Voices of Scarborough" Film
The film launched on Monday, February 24, and shows the diversity of a 2SLGBTQ+ community which, until the space came along, had nowhere to meet and talk.
The film captures youth at Toby’s Place, a drop-in centre in the basement of the Birchcliff Bluffs United Church. They speak about gender identity, sexuality, and other subjects. Scarborough’s queer youth “aren’t a monolith” but “a lot of smaller things” and very diverse, says Paisley Sears, who edited the film and shot most of the video footage.
Please visit the following page for the full story:
Film event organizers (front row) Dee Stoicescu, left, and Ai Yamamoto sit with film participants, in back row, Paisley Sears, left, Christina Dewar, Atlas Rockburn and James Stewart at Toby's Place in Birchcliff Bluffs United Church. The films, made by youths, are about the 2SLGBTQ+ experience in Scarborough.
--- Dan Pearce/Torstar
Dorothy's Place Article
Check out this article featuring Dorothy's Place in the Bluffs Monitor, page 4:
Inside a Church Basement Article
Birchcliff Bluffs United Church is home to one of the only safe spaces identified for 2SLGBTQ+ youth in all of Scarborough. Click here to read the article.