Out in Toronto
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Out in Toronto: Oct 12–18, 2017

Choice events in the city this week

Thursday, Oct 12

OurSpace Presents: Asexuality 101

Some of us can’t get enough of sex. Some like it only sometimes. Some couldn’t care less. This workshop provides a simple introduction to the subject of asexuality. LGBT people and their allies are welcome. The venue is accessible.

6:30–8:30pm. ACT, 543 Yonge St. For more info, visit Facebook.

Friday, Oct 13

Forte the 13th

Forte, a gay men’s choir, puts on a horror-themed cabaret to warm you up for Halloween. It features a slew of ghoulish numbers. According to billing, “There will be blood . . . and glitter.” The venue is accessible (visit website for more info).

9pm–2am. Buddies in Bad Times, 12 Alexander St. For more info, visit Facebook.

Trade: Blood with The Carry Nation

Because the popular party for hot guys features music by NYC-based production team The Carry Nation, this edition is blood-themed (get it? Like Carrie). Toronto’s DJ Scooter McCreight does the opening set. The venue is not accessible.

10pm–3am. Black Eagle, 457 Church St. For more info, visit Facebook.

Credit: Courtesy George Pagan

Saturday, Oct 14

Rae Spoon and Geoff Berner

Award-winning Canadian musician and author Rae Spoon is joined on stage by accordion player/singer-songwriter/novelist Geoff Berner for a one-night-only performance. This stop is part of a tour that covers Montreal and several cities across Southern Ontario.

8:30pm–midnight. Burdock, 1184 Bloor St W. For more info, visit Facebook.

Daddy Next Door ft Adam Killian

Daddies and guys with daddy issues (I know there are a lot of you) dance and flirt to the music of DJs Dwayne Minard and it’smikeyboy. This edition of the popular party features a special guest host — porn star Adam Killian. The venue is not accessible.

10pm–3am. Black Eagle, 457 Church St. For more info, visit Facebook.

Credit: Courtesy Jason Stead

Wednesday, Oct 18

Spellbound Comedy Hypnosis Show

For the amusement of onlookers, Las Vegas–trained hypnotist Brandon Dean takes audience volunteers on a silly and occasionally naughty tour of the subconscious mind. For various ticket options and discounts see information on the indicated Facebook event page.

8–9:30pm. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. For more info, visit Facebook.

Credit: Courtesy Alex Hill