The Low Down News 2015

posted Apr 20, 2015, 7:02 AM by Paul Weston   [ updated Apr 20, 2015, 7:05 AM ]

Titty Talks write-up in The Low Down to Hull and Back News, April 15, 2015.


CHUM FM 2013

posted Apr 16, 2015, 10:12 AM by Paul Weston   [ updated Apr 16, 2015, 10:18 AM ]

Titty Talks on CHUM FM - December 1, 2013


CTV Morning 2013

posted Mar 31, 2015, 4:38 PM by Paul Weston   [ updated Mar 31, 2015, 4:39 PM ]

Titty Talks on CTV Morning Live - November 29, 2013

Next Show November 28th, 2013

posted Dec 9, 2011, 1:14 PM by Mr K. Bradford   [ updated Oct 24, 2013, 9:36 AM by Christineleger Leger ]

Titty Talks "Sneak a Peak"  Black Sheep Inn Thursday, November 28th 2013
World Aids Day ~ Sunday, December 1, 2013 Bronson Center ~ Ottawa
TT Talks is hitting the road 2014 ;) 

Proceeds donated to CARE Canada and The Stephen Lewis Foundation In support of those affected by HIV / AIDS

While drugs and education have made HIV/AIDS in Canada more manageable, there are still approximately 42 million people worldwide who have the disease. In a global “epidemic" of sexual violence -- For many women ABC (Abstain, Be faithful or use a Condom) offers no real choices at all.

Three-quarters of all Africans between the ages of 15 and 24 who are HIV-positive are women.Globally, HIV/AIDS is the leading cause of death for women of childbearing age.

HIV/AIDS is still considered a major epidemic in Africa, where 14.8 million children have been orphaned by AIDS – a number totaling over 92% of the world’s AIDS orphans.

'Titty Talks' to benefit AIDS causes

posted Dec 9, 2011, 9:31 AM by Mr K. Bradford   [ updated Dec 9, 2011, 1:03 PM ]

The event, with performers ranging from a midwife to a Shakespearean actress, benefits CARE Canada and the Wakefield Grannies to support people affected by HIV/ AIDS.

Titty Talks premiered Thursday at the Black Sheep Inn in Wakefield. Creator Christine Leger, an artist and yoga teacher, envisioned a "collaborative play" with insightful and humorous stories told by women of different generations with different perspectives for women and the men who love them.

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Titty Talks in Wakefield, Quebec

posted Dec 8, 2011, 6:16 AM by Mr K. Bradford

Boobies, tatas, bosoms, hooters, jugs. Whatever you want to call them, they are front and centre of the first-ev

er “Titty Talks” performance Dec. 1.

A collective of women will perform monologues about their journeys into womanhood, aging, survival and, well, their ladies. The show is reminiscent of the Vagina Monologues, but instead of a set script, each story is personal and self-written.

“ ‘Titty’ is not in the dictionary, but ‘titillating’ is,” said Christine Leger, the play’s creator. Leger had conceived of the idea several years ago and, after watching a documentary by Wakefield-based Rooney Productions about the AIDS epidemic in Southern Africa, decided to organize the show this year and donate proceeds to CARE Canada and the Wakefield Grannies.

“AIDS is really affecting women,” Leger said. “A lot of it has to do with sexual violence.”

Facts and humor will be intertwined in the stories and Leger hopes viewers will realize that they can collectively spark change.

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