the words PRIDE 2023 next to a rainbow LGBTQ flag in the shape of a checkmark.


In June, Hart House recognizes 2SLGBTQ+ Pride Month.

From its inception following the Stonewall Riots in 1969, Pride has always been more than a celebration: Pride commemorates pain and loss within 2SLGBTQ+ communities, and it serves as a demonstration to highlight the continued importance of resisting homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, particularly in their intersections with other identities and experiences. And as we actively work against anti-2SLGBTQ+ violence and all forms of oppression, it is vital that we recognize the leadership of queer and trans Black, Indigenous and Two-Spirit, and queer and trans people of colour communities in Pride movements. 2SLGBTQ+ liberation must be intersectional, centring those who are most marginalized within and outside of our communities.

U of T Sexual & Gender Diversity Office

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  • Date: Thu, Jun 1, 2023
  • Time & Duration: (all day) (30 days)

What's On

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  6. Mon, Sep 25
  7. Sep 26 – Oct 1
  8. Sep 26 – Mar 26