“Being LGBTQ within the Korean community is not easy… but a group of passionate Queer(eans) or Queer+Koreans living in Toronto, Canada, are trying to change that.
Queerean Town strives to raise visibility and awareness of Queer identities within the Korean community through the use of various art forms. It is holding its first event called Queer(ean) Seen, a Queer Korean Film Screening, dealing with LGBTQ issues specific to the Korean communities in Toronto and Korea. In sharing the stories and challenges of being Korean while identifying as LGBTQ Queer(ean) Seen hopes to create a stronger community amongst the Korean LGBTQ population.
Queer(ean) Seen is going to be held at the CineCycle (129 Spadina Avenue, Toronto), on Saturday, June 14th, 2014 with doors opening at 6:30pm. Admission is FREE or by donation. CineCycle has limited seating so RSVP your seat now! For more information about tickets and the event please visit www.queereantown.com.”
– The Queer(ean) Seen Team