Queering Consent


For too long consent education has been universally heteronormative, assuming that the only interactions requiring intervention are those betweeen CIS Men and CIS women. The LGTBQ+ community in not immune to sexual violence, but we require education with a queer lens and frameworks. We’re excited to learn and unlearn with Deb Singh on March 28th! This is so powerful and so much of what we need in our world. 

RyePRIDE presents:
A workshop about navigating consent in queer spaces and relationships.

Show up early for free food and a chance to find out what RyePride will be up to over the summer.

Wednesday, March 28th
3:00pm-4:00pm Free food and hangouts
4:00pm-6:00pm Workshop
Shadd Room (beside Oakham Café)
Student Campus Centre, 55 Gould.

Facilitated by deb singh

deb singh is a counselor/activist at the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape. As a revolutionary, Indo-Caribbean, anti-violence activist, deb has been working with survivors of sexual violence for the last 16 years. As a 39 year old, queer, working class, non-disabled, new mom, she uses interactive workshop tools, art making and writing to try and get her messages across. She loves learning from others, walks on the beach and being an ally to Black and Indigenous communities. Check out her monthly blog at Shamelessmag.com

ACCESSIBILITY: The organisers strive to create accessible and inclusive spaces for all its members, if you require any accommodations to ensure your full participation, please contact equity@rsuonline.ca.

RyePRIDE is one of the six Equity Service Centres of the Ryerson Students’ Union which also includes the Centre for Women & Trans People, the Good Food Centre, the Racialised Students’ Collective, the Trans Collective, and RyeACCESS.