This weekend there is a myriad of activity around
Coming Out Part 2:
Date: 18 June 2011 (Saturday)
Time: 3.00pm – 6.00pm
Kopi Talk is a PT Foundation Programme that is a platform for young gay men in
Why you should attend…
What is coming out? Coming out is a term that is used to describe how someone tells other people of his or her sexual orientation or gender identity. For many people, the decision of whether to come out or not is a difficult one. Should I come out or should I stay in the closet? Who do I come out to? What are the consequences of coming out? What are the things I should know in deciding whether to come out or not?
Queer As Films
Date: Sun 19 June
For more information on time and place, please contact: 03 4044 4611 (PT Foundation), 03 2070 1137 (The Annexe Gallery)
Queer As Films is a programme run by PT Foundation in conjunction with Annex Gallery. It is a great opportunity to kick back and watch an interesting film with friends, and then discuss and critique the film, as well as the themes within it.
This Sunday, Queer As Films will be showing ‘A Very British Sex Scandal.’
In 1954, a famous journalist, a baron and an army captain were being charged in court for sodomy. Thousands of men in
The trial of Peter Wildeblood, Lord Montagu and Captain Michael Pitt-Rivers, portrayed in this 2007 docudrama, helped turn the tide of public opinion. People started questioning the homosexual witchhunt in
Come join our post-film discussion with famous lawyers -- Edmund Bon & Fahri Azzat from LoyarBurok, and Nizam Bashir from Malaysian Bar Council -- about steps towards the same goal in
Annex Gallery Art for Grabs + KL Alternative Bookfest
Date: 18.06.2011 - 19.06.2011
Time: 12.00 PM - 08.00 PM
Where: Central Market,
THIS IS THE BAZAAR FOR BOOK LOVERS, ART SLUTS + OTHER NYMPHOMANIACS!
Grab books, grab art, grab yourself. No appetite too insatiable here!
GUESS WHO has a booth at Art For Grabs? FAHMI FADZIL! Yes, he of the Blu Inc defamation 100 apology tweets. Come check out what kind of Defahmi Art he will cook up and show support for our favourite actor-activist-apologist.
Other booths to look out for include those by Amir Muhammad, Chi Too, Carolyn Lau, Nukilan, Aaron Lam, LoyarBurok, Silverfish Books, Zi Publications, Gerai Orang Asli, Sisters In Islam, as well as Burmese refugee women in the central loft and Somali children in the other loft. Look out for the newcomers and the surprises they bring too!
World Refugee Day
World Refugee Day in
Visitors will get a chance to experience the journey a refugee makes, and to see what it's like to live as a refugee in
Admission is free. For more details about this event, visit http://www.unhcr.org.my/News_Views-@-World_Refugee_Day_.aspx
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Date: Sunday, 19th June 2011
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Venue: Amcorp Mall and
Ticket price: RM 37.00
WAO is pleased to announce their collaboration with the Pixel Project in organizing the first instalment of “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” in
We chose Father's Day to celebrate positive male role models in and out of the family arena. Be it your father, brother, spouse, boyfriend, friend, even your teacher, we are asking all men out there walk against domestic abuse and violence against women by donning heels and walking the mile.
If you'd like to know more about the event click here: www.globalwalkamileday.
If you'd like to purchase tickets: www.