Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Month
Thursday, November 3 at 4:30 pm in the Ellison Campus Center, MLK Room
Robyn Ochs is an award winning speaker, writer, activist, teacher, and the editor of the “Bisexual Resource Guide” as well as “Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World.” Come expand your mind and learn about bisexuality.
What’s Your Gay Point Average?
Keynote Speaker: Shane Windmeyer
Monday, November 7 at 11 am in Marsh Hall Room 210
It is time to take the ultimate test – what’s your Gay Point Average? Take the next step in supporting campus diversity by becoming visible leaders and allies. Learning about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) issues does not have to be divisive or difficult. Shane is the founder and executive director of Campus Pride, the leading national organization for student leaders and campus organizations working to create a safer college environment for LGBT students.
Thursday, November 10 at 7 pm in Campus Center Veterans Hall
Come one, come all! It’s a GLBT Coffeehouse! The night will start off with a few fun performances including music and spoken word, and will end with an open mic night. Share your talent with the world; or at least with Salem State!
Monday, November 14 at 11 am in the Campus Center MLK Room
Religion can be a phobia when it comes to the GLBT community, but here is a chance to discuss different religion’s theological views on homosexuality. Please come with an open mind and open ears and the same will be afforded to you.
Thursday, November 17 at 7 pm in Campus Center Veterans Hall
What’s so alternative about our prom? It’s ok to be gay! Some may have felt unsure about going to their prom as a same-sex couple, but at the Alliance’s Alternative Prom it’s ok! Gay, straight, lesbian, transgender, and everyone across the spectrum can come with whomever they love. There will be dinner and dancing and a good time to be had!
Alternatives to Virginity
Tuesday, November 29 at 7 pm in the Campus Center MLK Room
Can you define Virginity? Are you curious about getting around the big V? Alternatives to virginity will give you an insight to different options into exploring one’s sexuality. A safe sex educator will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate different tools towards awakening a side of you that you never thought existed.
Thursday, December 1 at 4:30 pm in the Ellison Campus Center, Presidential Room
Learn how to be an Ally and techniques on how to be more of an advocate for the GLBT community whether you are straight or GLBT!
AIDS Benefit Dance
Thursday, December 1 at 9 pm in Campus Center Veterans Hall 1.00 Minimum
Admission: Donate what you can! All proceeds donated to Strongest Link, Inc. Get your groove on and raise money for Strongest Link, a North Shore based organization serving HIV+ clients and their families.
GLBT Month is sponsored by The Alliance and the Ellison Campus Center