Out: A Breast Health Workshop
Tues July 27 • 7:00 – 9:00pm •
The 519 Community Centre • Room 107
By: Cheryl Dobinson
Let’s get together and talk about breast health! In this workshop, you’ll learn
about ways to keep your breasts healthier as well as some of the specific
issues LGBQ women face when it comes to breast health and breast cancer. We’ll
also explore our feelings and concerns about breast health, and have the chance
to share information and resources.
WORKSHOPS ARE FREE! Light snacks,
safer sex supplies and sexual health resources will be provided.
Please register for each
workshop at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 416-961-0113 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 416-961-0113 end_of_the_skype_highlighting ext 123; workshop spaces are
limited so register early! Also, let us know how we can make the workshop more
accessible for you. Please note that all of the workshops are scent-free,
wheelchair accessible and trans-positive.
Dobinson, bisexual writer, researcher, and activist, is
currently the Director of Community Programming at Planned Parenthood Toronto.
She is also involved in research on bisexual mental health issues as well as on
sexual orientation and health disparities through the Centre for Addiction and Mental
Health. In addition to working on projects such as the bi women’s zine she
founded in 2002, The Fence, she facilitates support groups, leads workshops and
teaches courses on bisexuality. Cheryl also has a long history of working in
breast health, through her previous roles at Sherbourne Health Centre and the
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
For more Information, please contact:
Mehta BSc., M.S.W.
of Women's Programming
416.961.0113 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 416.961.0113 end_of_the_skype_highlighting