Tag Archives: VLSCS

Joyce

Joyce talks about her experience living on women’s land in southern Manitoba and reflects on women’s community.

Joyce’s story is one of a series from the VLSCS Coffee Talk group, shot with the generous sponsorship of the Victoria Lesbian Senior Care Society and an anonymous donor. The purpose of the VLSCS is to support lesbian health and social needs as we age by providing safe, accessible, welcoming spaces to build community through public education and social action. www.VLSCS.ca

Sharon

Sharon talks about her long term partner’s end of life and the work they both did to to find peace and acceptance within that.

Sharon’s story is one of a series from the VLSCS Coffee Talk group, shot with the generous sponsorship of the Victoria Lesbian Senior Care Society and an anonymous donor. The purpose of the VLSCS is to support lesbian health and social needs as we age by providing safe, accessible, welcoming spaces to build community through public education and social action. www.VLSCS.ca

Madi

Madi talks about her long history in LGTBQ health care initiatives. Please take a moment to watch Madi’s story at onmyplanet.ca.

Madi’s’s story is one of a series from the VLSCS Coffee Talk group, shot with the generous sponsorship of the Victoria Lesbian Senior Care Society and an anonymous donor. The purpose of the VLSCS is to support lesbian health and social needs as we age by providing safe, accessible, welcoming spaces to build community through public education and social action. www.VLSCS.ca

Jean

Jean talks about her first lesbian relationship, which lasted 63 years.
This story is excerpted from Jean’s recently published book “The Jeans, Partners for Life” available at amazon.ca for kindle: The Jeans

Jean’s story is one of a series from the VLSCS Coffee Talk group, shot with the generous sponsorship of the Victoria Lesbian Senior Care Society and an anonymous donor. The purpose of the VLSCS is to support lesbian health and social needs as we age by providing safe, accessible, welcoming spaces to build community through public education and social action. www.VLSCS.ca

Joy

Joy talks about the tradition of lesbian American exiles and her experience as an American citizen, trying to find a better fit for herself on the planet.Joy’s expatriation was made easier by; The Lesbian Connection and The BOLD Festival

Joy’s story is one of a series from the VLSCS Coffee Talk group, shot with the generous sponsorship of the Victoria Lesbian Senior Care Society and an anonymous donor. The purpose of the VLSCS is to support lesbian health and social needs as we age by providing safe, accessible, welcoming spaces to build community through public education and social action. www.VLSCS.ca