LGBTQ singles meet at Toronto Book Expo 2020
The Toronto Book Expo is revolutionizing the literary community by throwing an LGBTQ singles meet on March 21, 2020. The books and coffee mix aims to gather a wide array of LGBTQ singles in the ultimate event celebrating fluidity in the literary industry.
The revolutionary event will be held on March 21, 2020, beginning at 3:00 in the afternoon and will end at 5:00 in the afternoon at the Bram and Bluma Appel Salon. If you’re not aware where this is, it’s on 789 Yonge St, Second Floor, Toronto, ON. RSVPs are required.
There are very few books aimed toward the LGBTQ community. Often, readers of the community find themselves searching for books that have even the tiniest form of representation. In line with the Toronto Book Expo’s goal for diversity, an LGBTQ meet has been organized to empower members of the LGBTQ community.
The LGBTQ community is arguably small with most of its members still “in the closet” so to say. The all-singles meet could inspire hidden members of the community to embrace their sexuality.
With the exception of Pride Week, there are very few events that allow members of the LGBTQ community to come together and share parts of their lives. The Toronto Book Expo’s all-singles LGBTQ mix will provide an opportunity for singles of every fluid gender to come together and meet new people.
The event will give members of the LGBTQ community the chance to find the love of their life and create new friendships. It is also a great opportunity to talk to like-minded folk and share literary works you enjoy. Who knows? You might find the next best LGBTQ read suggested to you.
The event is available for booking across my Meetup groups for an early bird rate of $7. Book your ticket quickly as they’re flying off the counters quickly. There are only 42 spots left to grab at the moment.
The best thing about grabbing a ticket quickly is that the first 20 people who register across my Meetup groups will be eligible to receive a featured book for free.
The book is available in Chapters Indigo and is known to guarantee a boost in online dating success. The book, titled, “Infinite Shades of Happiness: Revised EDITION” holds a market value of $29.
Dating has evolved greatly throughout the years and with all the internet horror stories, it can be incredibly daunting to try online dating. Despite that, there are still a handful of success stories that give people hope.
If you’re part of the LGBTQ community, it is even more difficult to find success in online dating. There are various “troll” accounts dedicated to bringing down members of the LGBTQ community across dating sites.
The featured book will provide valuable insight and help aspiring online daters to find the love of their life. In addition to this, the Toronto Book Expo’s all-singles event will provide an opportunity for LGBTQ hopefuls to find the love of their life.
The Toronto Book Expo will be held across three grand days of literary celebration. The grandeur will display various multicultural authors and publishers alongside literary topics that aim to tackle social issues like LGBTQ themes in books.
There is a wide opportunity for readers and foodies to find intellectually piquing works of literature and explore the vast majority of the cultural minorities. The Expo also aims to inspire aspiring writers and potential readers from different cultural backgrounds to pursue their dreams in literature.
In addition to this, authors and publishers alike will be able to gain insight into the different literary markets across the globe, which will ultimately allow them to optimize their work for the global market.
The Toronto Book Expo ultimately aims to eradicate illiteracy among Canadians. It is devastating to think that there is still a significant portion of Canadian teen and adult citizens who are unable to read and write.
The Toronto Book Expo aims to bring notice to these issues and hopes to encourage members of the community to participate in eradicating illiteracy. After all, a truly prosperous country can only be achieved if all its citizens are well educated in their rights.
Support the multicultural event of the year and participate in a food dive by making a financial pledge or donation online or bringing in an assortment of non-perishable food.