- Project Open Door Seeks Trans Policy Advisors March 24, 2011
Project Open Door is currently seeking 5 trans individuals to join a team of Policy Advisors to help Toronto’s social service agencies develop and implement trans positive/ trans inclusive policies.
For this project we are specifically looking for trans people who are:
• skilled in facilitation
• knowledgeable about the social service sector
Project Open Door is a 519 initiative funded by the Metcalf Foundation to help support agencies that wish to develop policies that are relevant to and inclusive of Toronto's trans communities. Policy Advisors will be trained to work directly with Toronto social service agencies to draft policies and to help put them into practice.
The first training component of this program include six weekly training seminars from 10am – 5pm. Participation in this program begins Tuesday April 26th 2011. The last seminar is June 7th 2011. (There is no seminar on May 24th) Participants must be able to attend all seminars. All seminars will be held at The 519 Community Centre. Participants will be paid for attending these seminars.
The second component of this program involves working directly with agencies to help them develop and implement trans policies. The Project is offering these sessions to agencies throughout 2011, but we cannot guarantee how many of these sessions you will be asked to join. You will be paid per session.
HOW TO APPLY:
Resumes with cover letters must be submitted by Friday April 1 2011 at 5:00pm. They can be emailed to email@example.com, dropped off at the Front Desk at The 519, or sent by mail to: Kyle Scanlon c/o The 519 Community Centre 519 Church St Toronto ON M4Y 2C9. For more information about this project contact Kyle at 416-355-6778 or firstname.lastname@example.org Only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
Education, Training and Research Consultant
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- The Valentine's Newsletter 2015 January 29, 2015
Our passion for Valentine’s Day stems from the fact that it is the only day of the year that pays any kind of attention to what we do. On every other day - be it Earth Day or Christmas Day or Grandparents’ Day or Tuesday - romantic love is almost never on the menu despite the way our society centralizes and assumes romantic love as a default - but somehow not very important state of being. | Learn more about The Valentine's Newsletter 2015
- Throwback Thursday: The Original Je Joue January 8, 2015
Before the FiFi or the MiMi or even the SaSi, there was the original Je Joue. Largely forgotten by modern day sex bloggers, this beast was one of the most impressive and most expensive sex toy endeavours we’ve ever encountered. At the time, we lauded this invention as an early foray into the (still largely unrealized) world of teledildonics, but it was literally revolutionary on several other fronts. From its iPhone -style fonts and digital display to its moving and vibrating silicone pad to the uploadable and sharable beats, the original Je Joue blew our minds, and for good reason. There’s nothing quite like the original Je Joue around these days, but you can see hints of it in the later Je Joue SaSi, Lelo Ora, and the newest We-Vibe Plus (with their new iPhone/Android app).| Learn more about Throwback Thursday: The Original Je Joue
- Stuff This in Your Stocking! December 11, 2014
Pleasure doesn’t have to cost a fortune, and for those times when less explicit and more budget conscious is the way to go, check out our picks for the sexiest gifts for under $30. At Come As You Are, we only carry sex toys we truly love - at every price point! | Learn more about Stuff This in Your Stocking!
- December Newsletter: All We Really Want For The Holidays December 4, 2014
We have a strict policy about not ever telling people in our shop what toys, books, or DVDs we think they ought to like or purchase. We barely express our own personal preferences, and we really dig our heels in when people ask us what our bestselling products are - the irony being that our most popular items are and have always been the single condom, the misc SKU, and expedited shipping. | Learn more about December Newsletter: All We Really Want For The Holidays
- New Stuff! posted by hh on February 19, 2010
We've got some awesome new products around Come As You Are that we wanted you to check out. Even if you spent a little too much dough enjoying your Valentine's Day to the fullest, these new top-of-the-line toys won't disappoint, and won't break the bank.
bCurious – This awesomely shaped external vibe is an affordable option for those looking for a great multi-functional rechargeable vibe. http://www.comeasyouare.com/product/bSwish-bCurious-Rechargeable-Vibrator/
Fleshlight Vibro – For years, we’ve had customers asking for a Fleshlight that combines vibration with it’s already excellent design. The new Vibro comes with three multi-speed one-touch vibes that are inserted into the sleeve to take this Fleshlight to a new level. It’s also a deal - $100 for sleeve and case, plus the vibrators – and it comes in it’s own sexy tin.
Lelo Mona – Lelo’s got a new design out – they’ve upgraded their traditional control pad with easier to use push buttons, as well as streamlined the design of the body of the vibrator. Check out Mona – a total steal on sale at $110.
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- The Invisible Orientation October 30, 2014
Julie Sondra Decker's Invisible Orientation is a much needed and welcomed resource that explores asexuality. As she clearly expresses, this book is intended to be an introduction: you will find a wealth of writing dedicated to breaking down misconceptions about asexuality, and exploring the possibilities of asexuality. This book is helpful for folks interested in exploring asexuality as a personal orientation, and/or interested in supporting asexual people by learning more about this orientation- important in a world where asexuality is so often denied and invisibilized. | Learn more about The Invisible Orientation