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Oasis AquaFlirts Support 30th Annual AIDS Walk Toronto

Graced with beautiful weather, the Oasis Aquaflirts had an amazing time at the 30th Annual Aids Walk held in Nathan Phillips Square on September 16th.

Sex-positive booths provided educational and practical materials such as condoms, lube and brochures which created a judgement-free atmosphere very similar to Oasis Aqualounge. The Aquaflirts had enjoyed spreading their wonderful energy, while having fun in the sun, promoting our upcoming events. 

Connecting with the other promoters and participants during the walk, the Aquaflirts had the chance to talk about our lovely club and learn about the various organizations that support the LGTQ+ and POZ+ communities in Toronto. Filled with creative signage, inspiring performers and refreshments,  the annual Aids Walk was an afternoon to remember!

 

Oasis AquaFlirts Welcome Ryerson Students

The Oasis AquaFlirts ‘went back to school’ from September 4-September 7 during the Week Of Welcome; a series festivities put on by Ryerson University, which welcomes new students to campus.

The AquaFlirts shared information about Oasis Aqualounge, with particular focus on our weekly Sass After Class events and our new Industry Night Mondays. They enjoyed chatting with students who were both familiar and new to the offerings of our sex-positive club.

Armed with festival balloons, marketing material and their signature, spirited energy, our promotional team was able to make valuable connections while being blessed with the last days of summer weather.

We are looking forward to welcoming new faces to Oasis Aqualounge this fall. For more information about our events and facilities, please email info@oasisaqualounge.com. 

 

Intersectional Go Topless March

Oasis Aqualounge participated in the official Go Topless Day with an intersectional gathering, that was organized by Marketing Director Fatima Mechtab. This empowering march also served as a peaceful protest to recognize sexual harassment as the main reason why so many women do not exercise their legal right to go topless in Ontario.

Thanks to Gwen Jacob,woman-identified folks won the legal right to be topless in Ontario in 1996.  However, many people do not exercise this legal right, due to sexual harassment and the potential threat of sexual/physical violence.

On Sunday August 26th, folks of all genders, including the Oasis AquaFlirts took to the streets to  get something off their chests, including their tops! This fun and festival day was enjoyed by many, who were able to embrace Topfreedom within a group setting, ensuring more safety in numbers.

We appreciate everyone who came out to march with us, in support of this important message.