QT Haus is a collective that organizes a monthly event run by a group of individuals belonging to the
local Windsor Pride community. As a collective our goals as event organizers is to provide a safe, sober,
inclusive, anti-oppressive, 13+ space from which members of our communities can come together and
showcase their creative work and talents as musicians, poets, artists and writers of varying degrees.
SHORE Centre is a pro-choice organization that supports a person's choices and decisions in all situations.We provide confidential pregnancy options support for anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy. We will discuss any options you like (in clinic abortion, abortion pill, adoption and parenting). We will support you in making your decision and can make any referrals which are necessary. We can also talk to people about birth control options and an STI diagnosis. We do free pregnancy testing.
Queer Sphere is a committee under the Diversity & Equity Office that promotes the awareness, acceptance and social advocacy for Queer members on campus with the aim for students to meet and socialize with their peers, as well as to impact the university in a positive way. Regular events and meetings include discussions, games night, movie night and guest speakers.
Spectrum is a safe and positive drop-in space open to all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, transgender, two spirit and questioning (LGBT2SQ+) youth ages 12-24.
Youth will experience:
One on one support
Knowledge of LGBT2SQ+ youth
Accurate up to date sexual health information
Hear guest speakers who identify as LGBT2SQ+
A place where they find acceptance
Fun through art, board games, and movie nights
Are you a trans, gender non-binary or genderqueer youth 29 years old or younger?
Trans Fusion Crew is a weekly drop-in group to explore, learn about and share experiences of gender and everything else. TFC is a welcoming and supportive space for all of your different trans and non-binary gender experiences.
-discuss what’s on your mind about: gender, (a)sexuality, coming out, different ways of transitioning, race and being trans, finding community, issues with family, your mental/ physical/emotional health, housing, referrals;
-express yourself through arts-based activities;
-hear from trans mentors;
-have low-key outings in the city, such as going to movies and visiting Toronto Island;
-participate in our book club; and
-celebrate yourself and each other.
Food and TTC tokens provided.
The mission of Windsor-Essex Transgender and Allied Support is to enhance and sustain the health and well-being of transgender, gender queer, two spirit, gender non-binary, sexual diverse and gender and sexual questioning communities and their families, by providing activities, programs and services that create community; empower community members; provide essential resources; advocate for civil and human rights; and embrace, promote and support our cultural diversity.