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No Curry, No Rice: Sexual appetites, ethnic stereotypes, and racism in our GLBTIQ communities

No Curry, No Rice: Sexual appetites, ethnic stereotypes, and racism in our GLBTIQ communities

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Sun Aug 2 (Free Event) @ 5.30pm


Where's the boundary between personal preference and racism?


A moderator will chair a unique panel of speakers from different ethnic and gender backgrounds, posing a series of hypothetical dilemmas.


Each hypothetical will look at an aspect of our community:


· Are there ethnic hierarchies in our GLBTIQ communities, and if so, how is this evident?


· Are such ethnic hierarchies the same when we are looking for a serious relationship as opposed to just cruising?


· Does each ethnic culture have a typical set of values and behaviours?


· Do different ethnic cultures have reputations in our communities? Do people resent this or does it empower them? 


· Does having a personal preference imply discrimination? Is discrimination racism?


· Is it OK to fetishise people according to their ethnic background?


· Is there a way that we can seek out our preferences, while still maintaining each other's dignity?

Stock Information

General Fields

  • : Hares
  • : Harehole
  • : HH20150802
  • : events

Special Fields

  • : Hare Hole
  • : 5:30 – 7pm
  • : 2 August 2015