Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Questioning
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TRANScending (S)EXpectations:
A workshop by trans people for all people

Are you excited to deconstruct gender? Or are you confused by terms
like non-binary, cisgender, and agender? Perhaps you’re an
energized trans activist who’s ready to change the world!
Or do you want to be a better ally to your trans friends?
Gender binaries affect us all, not just trans and gender
nonconforming people. No matter who you are, you’ll want
to attend this thought-provoking, intersectional, non-judgmental
workshop facilitated by two down-to-earth transgender advocates.
With stories, humor, engaging exercises, and video clips, you’ll leave
with your questions answered and myths shattered, inspired and empowered
to make the world a friendlier place for our trans friends and our trans selves.
This workshop will center the experiences of trans and gender nonconforming people
of color. All are welcome: beginners and experts, transgender and not.
Facilitated by Maybe Burke and Sean Desiree.

Queer Sex in the Dark

Two LGBTQ-identified sex educators in a dark room, ready and willing to answer the audience’s anonymous questions about queer sex, queer relationships, and queerness in general. Plus free glow necklaces for all. What could be more fun?!? Questions of all kinds are welcome, from just-coming-out beginner questions to edgy advanced ones. Open to queer, questioning, friends, allies, and the simply curious!

A queer twist on our standard Sex in the Dark program, this version centers LGBTQ experiences but is open to all to attend, listen, ask, and learn. The darkness makes the program great fun, but also helps create a safe space for students to ask questions and ponder concepts that might feel too awkward or embarrassing with the lights on. We provide free glow bracelets or necklaces for every attendee, and give colleges that book a wealth of ideas for easy add-ons like glow-in-the-dark cotton candy, jello, or condoms to help draw a crowd.

Straight Answers to Gay Questions

A program for general audiences, designed primarily to reduce homophobia and increase understanding of LGBTQ people and issues. Many heterosexual people have questions about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender issues but never have a chance to get the answers. In this program, our pair of sex educators takes a friendly, funny, accessible approach, incorporating video clips, personal stories, engaging exercises, theory, a generous dose of humor, and plenty of time for anonymous Q&A to educate about this serious topic. They field questions ranging from "What makes people gay?" to "How do lesbians have sex?" to "Do bisexual people need to date two people at once?" to "Can transgender people have kids?" With the goal of increasing straight students' awareness, comfort, and sensitivity to LGBT issues, this program is a perfect event for Orientation Week, Pride Month, National Coming Out Day, or any time during the semester.

Coloring Outside the Lines

A thought-provoking, interactive workshop about identity labels BEYOND gay-straight, male-female binaries.
Many college students today are rejecting “traditional” sexual orientation and gender identity labels like gay and straight, male, and female instead describing themselves with words like queer, pansexual, non-binary, gender non-conforming, “just sexual,” or choosing not to use a label at all. In this interactive, thought-provoking workshop, participants will explore the usefulness and limits of identity labels, the meanings of various labels, and how those labels work both personally and politically.

Pan-tastic Pan-demonium: A Celebration of Pansexuality

If you’re attracted to people of all genders, pansexual might be the word for you! Pansexual, bisexual, pan-curious people, and their friends and allies are invited to join us to talk and learn
LGBTQ workshops presented
about the experience of having romantic or sexual attractions that aren’t limited by sex or gender. What’s the difference between bisexuality and pansexuality? How to navigate in a world where many haven’t heard of pansexuality? We'll explore myths about bisexuality and pansexuality, give you a chance to discuss the state of non-binary sexual orientations on your campus, and offer queer, pan, bi, trans, and ally buttons for sale.

Queer Dating

A fun, practical workshop best-suited for LGBTQ conferences, or campuses with extremely large LGBTQ communities, where there are lots of people who don’t know each other.
Are you forever single and looking? Involuntarily celibate? Feel like there's no such thing as dating on your campus? Your school's pool of LGBTQ students is so small that you ran out of dating prospects after your freshman year? How can a shy person possibly survive the wilds of queer dating? Join us for some dating tips
Kinsey scale during bisexuality workshop

A student shares how the Kinsey Scale does -- or doesn't -- fit his life during a workshop.

and a lively discussion about the perilous search for lasting love.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Basics and Beyond: A Training for Heterosexuals and Their Friends

A training for corporate and non-profit workplaces
Whatever your level of comfort and knowledge with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues, this professional training will give you a chance to learn about LGBT lives and experiences, get answers to your questions, and take away practical tips for working and interacting with LGBT people on campus, in your workplace, or as clients.

Our inclusive, non-heteronormative workshops on sex and female orgasm are also popular choices with LGBTQ audiences!


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