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Queer Connections provides weekly gathering time to be in community with others who share LGBTQ+ identities and explore topics related to queer and trans identities, coming out, and navigating campus and the surrounding community, with a special emphasis on transitioning into and through the university. This is a great way for students who are in their first year at CSU to get plugged in to community and the Pride Resource Center. All trans, queer, and questioning folks are welcome.
Details: Weekly, Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm
More info about the 2019-2020 academic year will come soon.
Let’s be perfectly queer, this is a safe space for all.
Queer Connections is a proud partnership between the Pride Resource Center and Orientation and Transition Programs at Colorado State University.
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Peer educators from SEED (Students Empowering & Engaging in Dialogue) will lead us through an activity and dialogue about reflecting on our own deep seeded biases.
Come learn about the umbrella of identities in the Queer and Trans community while creating your own pride tie dye shirt! Hope to see you wear it for National Coming Out Day!
Join a discussion about the importance of honoring people's preferred pronouns as well as the impacts that misgendering someone can have.
Learn about how the concepts of gender and sexuality have been altered by the colonization of the Americas in regards to Native American identities, hosted in collaboration with the Native American Cultural Center.
Join folks from the Black and African American Cultural Center and Pride Resource Center as explore the history of ballroom culture and the legacy of black queer and trans people.