Are you a queer or questioning self-identified woman interested in exploring queer women’s identities, relationships and communities? Join us twice a month at Dear John, I Love Jane, for a free evening of discussion on topics that resonate with queer women, especially those who are exploring these issues after, or while contemplating, leaving heterosexual relationships or identities.
Come and join the discussion! We welcome all LGBT and questioning women. The group meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm at QMUNITY Generations, #610, 1033 Davie St, Vancouver (Wheelchair accessible, buzz 610 for entry). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 604 684 5307 x 112.
May 14th: For many of us who have been with men and/or once identified as straight, an attraction to a woman can beg the question: ‘Am I bisexual?’ Some would say that anyone who has felt an attraction to the same sex as well as the opposite sex IS bisexual. Some people don’t care about attaching a label to themselves. Others feel a need to identify clearly around their sexual identity. Being bisexual may bring up feelings of not really belonging anywhere, as well as facing the prejudice of others, gay or straight, who believe that there is always a preference, that you’re just ‘keeping your options open’ or that you’re ‘confused’. What if you just feel attracted to the person, and the gender identity truly doesn’t matter? And does coming out as bisexual pose a particular set of problems unique to bisexuals?
May 28th: Please note- the group will not be meeting on May 28th, but instead going as a group to QMUNITY’s “Queer Firsts Cabaret” on May 31st. Click here for details!