Support Groups

Coming Out, Being Out, and Questioning Group The Coming Out Group is a place to meet and gain support while discussing your sexual and/or gender identities in a confidential setting. This group is for folks who are coming out, considering coming out or may already be out.  The spring semester group takes place at the CSU Health Network (Counseling Services). ...

Transgender

Our gender walks around with us every day.  Some of us possess congruency with our assigned sex; others do not.  One’s gender identity relates to how we feel we walk through the world, whether how we move through the world matches our assigned sex.  One’s gender expression includes everything from the intonation of our voice to the clothes we wear …

Online Resources

A - CAsexualityResources regarding asexuality, including information on terminology, awareness, and support. Learn more.Bilingual Resources and/or Resources in Different LanguagesResources offer users sites and languages other than English, including American Sign Language and Spanish. Learn more.Bisexual People and CommunitiesResources for bisexual people, communities, and their allies, including, the history of the bi flag. Learn more.Bodies, Relationships, and SexualityThese links offer ...

Transgender FAQ

What does it mean to be transgender? Transgender people are those whose appearance, behaviors, or personal characteristics differ from stereotypes about how men and women are supposed to be (NGLTF, 2000). The group includes crossdressers, transsexuals (both male to female – MtF and female to male – FtM), and intersexed people (those born with genitals that may look like boys …