Curious about what does Pilipinx LGBTQ2AI+ representation in pride look like? Well, today is a great day to learn.
Head on to Rosso Coffee Roasters in Inglewood for a casual conversation on what Bahaghari is.
Hope to see you there.
Tonight, from 5-6pm MST, get into some wifi with a comfy chair where you can hear CASUAL CONVERSATIONS
Today’s Casual Conversation will be about what Bahaghari is.
We’ll be asking you What does LGBTQ2ia+ Filipinx identity and march representation looks like?
NOTE: Please keep be mindful that this conversation is BY & FOR the LGBTQ2IA+ PilipinX community.
See you there and looking forward to a kape chat
Queer PilipinX podcaster, writer, photographer, videographer
Educator, Community-builder based on Treaty 7
Filipino-Italian queer femme burlesque artist, producer, and instructor.
Based in Treaty 7/YYC
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Image 2: PilipinX person with short black hair in grey scarf, black winter jacket and jeans is smiling on a pathway, with tall brown grains leaning into path, with tall bamboo trees behind. Arms straight down
Image 3: PilipinX person with curly brown/black hair, black framed glasses, grey sweater, white shirt, red jeans holding a camera is standing in front of eucalyptus patch.
Image 4: PilipinX person in with short, wavy black hair, white knitted tank top, black pants is standing in front of a green wall, with large photo of a boat behind them. Right arm is tattooed, holding right side of head, left arm is on hip.