The Trans 101 workshop builds off of the LGBTQ Resource Center’s LGBTQ+ 101 and Safe Zone workshops to offer a training specifically focused on transgender issues.
After completing this 2-hour workshop, participants will be able to:
Explain the difference between sex, gender identity, gender expression and sexuality.
Correctly define “transgender” and “gender non-conforming.”
Identify words or phrases that are derogatory to transgender people and should be avoided.
Name at least 2 challenges many trans people experience before and after coming out.
Identify 3 emotions a trans person might experience during their coming out process.
Feel free to register under your chosen name, and please list your university email address so that we can confirm registration and contact you as needed.
Please submit accommodations requests to email@example.com by Monday, November 30, 2021.
A closed group that creates a safe, healing space for queer and trans students of color.
Please note that this is a closed group only for those holding the above identities. If you are an ally, this is not the space for you, but contact the LGBT Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide you with resources and answer any questions.
Take a break from studying for finals and join us at the Intercultural Collective for the return of the Holigay Study Break! Destress and hang out with other queer and trans students, make some holiday crafts, grab some snacks and enjoy yourself!
Learn about the various programs and special events offered to new and returning students through the Intercultural Collective (Disability Cultural Center, LGBTQ Resource Center, and Office of Multicultural Affairs).