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Queer & Trans Students of Colour Discussion: Identity & Expression
November 17 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
– What does it mean to “look queer”? How do race and culture change and challenge ideas of what being queer looks like?
– How might our physical bodies affect the ways in which we express our gender and/or sexuality?
– In what ways is your appearance important to you as a queer person? How do you express yourself through clothing, makeup, etc.?
Join us on Friday, November 17th, for a discussion circle in which LGBTQ+, genderqueer, two-spirit, and questioning students of colour will talk about how sexuality and race affects the way we navigate spaces within LGBTQ+ communities and beyond.
LGBTQ+ students of colour are invited to build our communities, share stories and engage in discussion at the Queer Students of Colour Discussion Group. This discussion and social is organized as part of an ongoing series to invite LGBTQ+ students of colour and students questioning their gender and/ or sexual orientation together in a confidential space to share stories and ideas as we build community.
New and returning students across all three campuses are invited to meet other people and join in discussions that challenge racism, homophobia and transphobia.
Snacks will be provided.