QTBGLoud! [episode 7]

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QTBGLoud! [episode 7]

March 29, 2011

QTBGLoud! is a queer and trans-inclusive radio program hosted by Thamara Alageson, the LGBTQ student coordinator at Centennial College. QTBGLoud! features music from LGBTQ artists and events in the LGBTQ community in and around Toronto as well as at Centennial. Music requests can be sent to qtbgloud@yahoo.ca.

This week’s playlist:

1. The Script – For the First Time
2. Savage Skulls & Douster – Bad Gal featuring Robyn
3. Peaches – Talk To Me
4. Sleater-Kinney – Oh
5. Jaime Foxx – Fall For Your Type featuring Drake
6. Coldplay – Lost
7. Rufus Wainwright – Across the Universe
8. Priscilla Ahn – Rain
9. The Wanted – Gold Forever
10. Oh Land – Sun of a Gun
11. Kristina Maria – Let’s Play
12. Danny Fernandes – Take Me Away
13. Shawn Desman – Electric
14. Mike Posner – Please Don’t Go
15. The Cataracs – The Top of the World featuring DEV
16. Tinie Tempah – Written in the Stars featuring Eric Turner
17. Benny Benassi – Spaceship featuring Kelis, apl.de.ap, & Jean-Baptiste
18. Kelly Rowland – Commander featuring David Guetta
19. Sultan & Ned Shepard – Call My Name featuring Nadia Ali

Community Resources/Supports featured this week:


  • Newcomers and volunteers creating social networking and community engagement opportunities
  • Access settlement support
  • Monthly events at the 519 Community Centre
    • on the last Friday of each month
    • from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Email: breakthrough@the519.org


  • Group for gay and lesbian people of Latin American descent
  • Meets twice monthly
    • 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
    • 8 p.m. to 1 p.m.
  • For more information, call: (416) 925-9872; or email: grouplatinogayhola@yahoo.ca

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)

  • Support network for families and friends of Queer and Trans folk
  • Access support and education through monthly meetings or telephone support line
  • Meetings on the 1st Wednesday of each month
  • Call the support line at (416) 408-6378
  • Interested in joining a meeting, visit: pflagcanada.ca/chapters/Toronto/html/activities.htm

LGBTQ Volunteer Fair

  • Network with agencies and organizations
  • Find out about volunteer opportunities available to you
  • Takes place on Sunday April 10th at the 519 Community Centre
    • 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Organizations participating at the fair include
    • AIDS Committee of Toronto
    • Asian Community AIDS Services
    • Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention
    • The Centre for Women and Trans People at University of Toronto
    • Delisle Youth Services
    • Youthline
  • RSVP on Facebook or send an email to adminvolunteer@the519.org


  • Social group for LGBTQ youth under 30 in the Malvern, east or north-east Scarborough area
  • Dinner and TTC tokens provided
  • Contact Alex or Vijay

Toronto LGBT Film Festival

  • May 19 – 29
  • Features screenings, panel discussions and parties with submissions from all over the world
  • Volunteer opportunities are available
  • Visit insideout.ca for more information

Gender Journeys

  • An eleven-week focus group for individuals questioning their gender or thinking of transitioning
    • Takes place at different times of the year
  • For more information, call: (416) 324-5078; email: akirby@sherbourne.on.ca

Sherbourne Health Centre

  • Offers counselling, support, primary health care and education programs by staff who are knowledgeable in the physiological and psycho-social needs of our community
  • Services include:
    • Treatment and monitoring of temporary and chronic illness
    • Preventative health care
    • Trans health care
    • Counselling
    • LGBT youth health and mentoring (SOY)
    • LGBTQ parenting and families
    • Health promotion and education, wellness workshops and support groups
  • Visit sherbourne.on.ca for hours of operation

LGBTQ Social Night – April

  • Join us for food and activities to celebrate the end of the school year
  • Takes place on Wednesday, April 20
    • Progress Student Centre, Room #3
    • 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.