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qtbipoc
research report



in 2018, the little sister team decided to do some community-based research on the experiences of QTBIPOC youth artists in the Toronto and GTA area. this report was the result of our findings.

if you would like to cite this report, please cite it as:
Little Sister. (2020). “It Feels Like Having a Sugar Daddy. But in the Worst Way”: Thoughts from Racialized 2SLGBTQ+ Youth Artists in the Toronto Scene. https://lilsis.ca/

to get a copy of this report, or if you have any questions, please reach out to kamilah.






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