Pride Week 2016
Here's a quick glance of the Pride Week 2016 events:
Come learn about how to be a better ally for the transgender community. We will cover many topics including transgender identities, appropriate and inclusive language, systems of power and oppression, what it means to be an ally, and more.
Come join us for a discussion facilitated by some lovely campus sexperts, answering any and all questions you may have about sex. Questions can be submitted anonymously, and conversations may include, but are not limited to, sex, sexuality, healthy relationships, consent, and body positivity.
Help support the Queer Resource Center by indulging in some baked goods that will take you down memory lane in this rendition of a Throwback Thursday Bake Sale.
Join us for annual inclusive dance celebrating body positivity on Friday, May 13th.
Come visit the Queer Resource Center in SU 125 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM for socially fun networking and enjoy variety of snacks with identity based themes.
Speaker and educator, Kumu Hina, will share their story of the true meaning of aloha and their mahu (transgender) identity of having a place in the middle. The groundbreaking film, Kumu Hina, will be screened followed by a discussion with Kumu Hina herself.
This event is sponsored by Ho'opa'a Hawai'i Club, Hannon Library, Queer Resource Center, SOU Dining, and University Housing.