1214 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario

Java Knights Discussion for Gay and Bisexual Men - Relationships (The Post Valentines Day Discussion) Tuesday, February 27, 2007 7:00 - 9:00pm

Love is a not a simple thing. Love has a lot of meanings, and many of those meanings include not using a condom, because it's Mr. or Ms. Right who you’re dating. Meanwhile 25% of men in Ontario who have sex -with other men do not know they are HIV= positive. So when does the condom come off? How do people take the relationship to another level? What is monogamy? What happens when relationships are in trouble? Is everyone always equal in their relationships and how does that affect them?

Join Rui Pires, the Gay Men’s Community Education Coordinator from the AIDS Committee of Toronto for a month end discussion group about some recent research,what it's suggesting about men in Ontario and what some implications may be for you.

Please RSVP to [email protected] so that we have an idea on the number of participants. No cover, free finger food and soft drinks served. Cash bar. Please arrive early.

Where: Gladstone Hotel Art Bar - 1214 Queen St. West, Toronto. When: Tuesday, February 27, , 2007. Workshop begins at 7:00pm and ends at 9:00pm.

This event hosted by Gay West Community Network and the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT).

Official Website: http://www.queerwest.org/javaknights.php

Added by don_quixote on January 27, 2007