11/19 GM: The Dating Game and Deeper Mingling!

November 12, 2010

On Friday Nov. 19 be sure to join us for a very special joint Q-wave and SALGA event for women, trans/gender-variant, and intersex folks of South Asian, East Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander descent!


1st hour: DATING GAME–Based on the infamous TV show from the 1970s, come watch a lovely contestant ask questions to a few eligible bachelor/ettes without being able to see them! Let’s have fun and cheer them on as they get to know each other :-)

2nd hour: DEEPER MINGLING–Next we will all have an opportunity to get to know each other through fun and slightly silly games in a relaxed atmosphere! A great opportunity to make new friends…and maybe more? :-)

Moderated by your host w/ the most: Selacious!

See y’all there! ;-)

WHAT: The Dating Game and Deeper Mingling!
WHEN: Friday, November 19, 2010 @ 7-9 pm
WHERE: CUNY Graduate Center/ 365 5th Ave between 34th and 35th Street/ Room C201
PLEASE, PLEASE try your best to be ON TIME!
DIRECTIONS: (via subway): – B, D, F, V, N, R, Q, W to 34th Street/Broadway – 6 to 33rd Street/Park Avenue and walk 2 blocks west – 1, 2, 3, 9 to 34th Street/7th Avenue (Madison Square Garden) and walk 2-3 blocks east – A, C, E to 34th Street/8th Avenue and walk 3-4 blocks east.

** Q-Wave is a safe space dedicated to lesbian and bi-sexual women, transfolks and gender-nonconformists of Asian and Pacific Islander descent; our Yahoo group, General Meetings and Coffee Hours are open to this particular community. Q-Wave welcomes all supporters, friends and families to join our other social events (ie BBQs, picnics, winter parties, film screenings, etc). Please respect our space and confidentiality. Thank you very much.**


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