Join us for this theatre performance created by and with self-advocates supported by the Community Living Society and based on research from the UBC Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship.

The performance confronts misconceptions about adults with intellectual disabilities and challenges audiences to think differently about how we value, respect and support self-advocates’ rights to romance and intimate relationships.

Event tickets can be found here: https://anvilcentre.com/events/romance-relationships-rights/

“Whether or not people live with a disability or limitations, we all have the right to a relationship, to say no, to take action, and the right to friendships and to romance.”

~ Larissa Gunkel, Actor & Co-Creator

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