Xposed Ottawa: Queer Slowdance

Photo flashback to the Rainbow Heat edition

The Rainbow Heat edition of Queer Slowdance was held June 26 at Raw Sugar Café. The event — open to anyone with an open mind, heart and arms — was a fundraiser for the upcoming Ottawa Dyke March. Though Raw Sugar was full of lovely people dancing the night away, designated dancers were also on hand to draw out the wallflowers, with slow jams courtesy of DJ Luna, who organized the event.

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