The Pride Resource Center and the Women and Gender Advocacy center have created educational resources aimed at supporting the transgender community at CSU. Please read below for details about each resource:
Poster & Stickers
This poster is intended to raise awareness and skills about some of the experiences trans students often face. While displaying the poster is a great way to demonstrate support, it is important to remember that this is only one small step. In addition to hanging this poster, we invite folks to explore the specific barriers that trans students may face in your areas/offices/services. Posters are available at the main desks of the Pride Resource Center (236 Lory Student Center) and in the Women and Gender Advocacy Center’s main office (112 Student Services Building) during regular business hours.
In addition to our poster, we have also created two stickers. There are two versions and we ask that you take the sticker that feels most appropriate for your use and identities. The sticker saying “We won’t be Erased” is specifically for folks who identify within the trans and non-binary community. This saying stems from a hashtag that trended well after the memo was released from the current presidential administration, it is a phrase of empowerment and resistance only meant for folks in the community… Hence the use of “We”. The sticker saying “Gender is not a binary” is meant for folks who are in support of, advocate for, and are in active solidarity with the trans and non-binary community. Again, feel free to take the sticker that best meets your use and identities. Posters are available at the main desks of the Pride Resource Center (236 Lory Student Center) and in the Women and Gender Advocacy Center’s main office (112 Student Services Building) during regular business hours.
Parent & Family Guide to Gender & Pronouns
Click here for resources for supporting the young trans and nonbinary people in your life.
Resources to Learn More
If you would like to learn more, check out these resources below: