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Positive Space Events

Trans Awareness Month

This Trans Awareness Month 2018, Positive Space at Ryerson invites you to participate in advocacy and educational events and workshops that celebrate, honour and raise the visibility of the trans community.

Sex, Spirit, Strength: Trans Day of Remembrance Film Screening

The Ryerson Library is screening the film Sex, Spirit, Strength in recognition of Trans Day of Remembrance. Students, staff, and faculty are all encouraged to join. Light refreshments will be served.
  • WHAT:
    Sex, Spirit, Strength: Trans Day of Remembrance Film Screening
  • DATE:
    November 20 2018
  • TIME:
    2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
  • WHERE:
    SLC 508
  • CONTACT:
    Positive Space
    positivespace@ryerson.ca

About Sex, Spirit, Strength

Indigenous peoples face some of the highest rates of sexual and physical violence, substance abuse, HIV and suicide in all of Canada. But statistics never tell the whole story.

Sex, Spirit, Strength follows Michael and Jack, two young Indigenous men, as they shed the stigma and shame associated with their sexual health and gender identity. Michael, a former addict who lived a high-risk lifestyle that left him with permanent scars, hopes his activism work will discourage other young people from going down the same path. Jack, a transgender gay man, is committed to bringing pride back to two-spirit identity through education and activism.

With a compassionate lens, Sex, Spirit, Strength takes a candid look at the challenges and triumphs of these two brave young men as they reconcile their past, embrace their identities, and strive to make a positive difference in their communities.

View the trailer

Content warning: This trailer contains information that some may find triggering and/or traumatizing.