Why did you join the Dyke March?
To be part of such of this collected group of bright, diverse women has been a gift. I joined Dyke March 2014 as a means to not only give back to our community but to demonstrate to the world that Toronto’s Gay community is indeed extremely diverse and that lesbians are of all colours, creeds, shapes, sizes……many beautiful leaves on ONE TREE..
If you could have any superpower what would it be?
The art of invisibility….seriously how cool would that be ‘now you see me …now you don’t”
When you have a container of Neapolitan ice cream, what flavour do you save for last?
Milk Chocolate of course, it’s the yummiest…..savor it, let it slowly melt in your mouth….beyond delicious.
What TV show or movie is your guilty pleasure?
The ‘Women’ from 1939, it’s a movie about an eclectic group of high society friends who gain pleasure from each others down fall….it a testimonial to the fact that ‘women’ haven’t changed that much at all (lol). I can watch it over and over again.
What do you do when you’re not organizing the Dyke March?
I am blessed with 2 amazing kids so I am likely playing taxi driver, or house keeper, or nurse maid, or chef….walking my dog Mufasa – fitting in 60 hours of work somewhere and if time permits….a medium double double. Its no wonder I’m single.
“This is my second year with the Dyke March and I am super excited to be a part of the team! With World Pride coming this year I am looking forward to helping to facilitate a strong voice for the Dyke community as we are often lost in the Pride shuffle. I encourage all the Dykes out there to come together and join us on Dyke Day to let our voices be heard!”