• Toronto,  WorldWide

    Event LOVE: Preview Reception- Walk A Mile In Her Shoes

    Last week we attended the preview reception for the Walk A Mile In Her Shoes charity walk at Turf Lounge  in support of the campaign to end violence against women. The evening was hosted by CP24’s Steve Anthony, who was wearing heels by the way… in fact I spotted at least six men in heels, even the male serving staff were in heels, now that’s some serious support. We sipped on signature beverages like the blistered stiletto and the sling back which was absolutely delicious, and snacked on appetizers while being given tips and tricks on how to walk in heels, as well as how to look good while rocking heels. There was even a walk off between some of the men in heels, which was hilarious by the way, but oh so touching 🙂

    The GM of Turf Lounge (middle) rocking those red stilettos!

    les noms…

    🙂 🙂 I heart Brittany!

    There’s something absolutely satisfying about seeing these men in heels don’t you think?… maybe it’s just me 🙂

    Fixing us up some blistered stiletto cocktails!

    Getting ready for the stiletto walk-off!

    Fries never tasted soooo good!


    oh my gawd! so good!

    The slingback… all kinds of delicious!

    They weren’t tryna rock the heels lol

    He said his momma would kill him for wearing  heels, so he had to hide his face! ha!

    The lovely Michelle 🙂

    Loves me some Anthony!

    Fun times were definitely had!

    Thank you for inviting me 🙂


  • Toronto

    Walk a Mile in Her Shoes x Mississauga x Sunday, May 29

    Walk a Mile in Her Shoes – The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence
    Are you man enough to feel her pain?
    First you walk the walk, then you talk the talk.
    This is NOT just a woman’s issue!
    12:00 – 1:15 PM: Registration/Walking Practice, Team Pictures
    1:15: Opening Remarks
    Prizes Awarded for:
    Highest Pledges-Individual & Team
    Best Dressed
    1st to Complete
    Minimum Pledge Total $200
    Reserve your spot by e-mail: heather.armagh@rogers.com or call 905.855.0299 ext 24
    Armagh is a not-for-profit Registered Charity 118789635RR0001
    Woman Abuse is a widespread societal problem. It is a form of power and control. Woman abuse can take many forms. Women from all age groups, racial and ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, socio-economic classes, religions, ability levels and professions experience abuse. *all stats from pcawa.org
    – 1 in 4 women will experience abuse in an intimate relationship in their lifetime
    – 38% of sexually assaulted women were assaulted by their husbands, common-law partners, or boyfriends
    – 21% of women abused in an intimate relationship are abused during pregnancy
    – 40% of women with disabilities have been or are in an abusive relationship
    – Only 26% of woman abuse incidents are reported to the police
    In an average year, 78 women are killed by their husbands or partners
    Costs to Society—Abuse Affects us All!
    – Women who have experienced violence were three times more likely to take time off from their every day activities
    – In 1995, the estimated annual health-related costs associated with violence against women were $1.5 billion
    Shout out to the amazing Reesee Ziggazagga + Nebby for the heads up.