Breaking the Silence – and 80’s Day
Well, we’re here! The sixteenth annual Breaking the Silence conference at the University of Saskatchewan is tomorrow! There is still time to register – though not much. So if you haven’t done so, get’r done! There really is no time left. Get your registration done tonight! All the details are here: http://www.usask.ca/education/breaking-the-silence/index.php
And because you asked for it, I’ll be doing my session on understanding sex, gender, and orientation TWICE. That means you’ve got an extra opportunity to get in on this discussion if you missed it last year. And even if you did get in last year, because I conduct it as a discussion, it will never be the same as where we go is truly directed by YOU.
Okay… now for a few fun pictures. 😉
It was 80’s day at Kid kid’s school today. Normally I’m all for spirit days and getting dressed up. But an 80’s day? Two thirds of everything that the cool kids are wearing these days are totally 80’s inspired – which means every day is 80’s day. Seriously, every item the girl wore was out of her usual wardrobe.
That said… the 80’s were about excess… so we loaded on the bangles, we loaded on the belts, we loaded on the hair spray… and we added slouch socks – because that’s one style that didn’t make it back. And because it’s Thursday, that meant that I had to get dressed up too, after all I couldn’t spend the afternoon at school and NOT take part in 80’s day. LOL So I found the perfect jacket (and stuffed socks under my bra straps to mimic shoulder pads), pulled on some black leggings, a gold lamé skirt, and again with the slouch socks. Then we did our hair and make-up… everything in excess! It was great. 😀
Posted on March 21, 2013, in Family, gender variant, iPhone, lgbt, LGBTTQ, Parenting, saskatoon, Wee Girlie and tagged 80's, 80's clothes, 80's clothing, 80's day, 80's hair, 80's popstars, big hair, black leggings, breaking the silence, cyndi, gender variant, GSD, hair spray, LGBT, lgbtt2qia, parenting, photographs, photos, pictures, pop stars, popstars, sex gender, sexual minority, shoulder pads, slouch socks, smgv, spirit days, the 80's, University of Saskatchewan. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.