Safe Space 2.0
The Safe Space 2.0 series goes more in depth about specific LGBTQ topics and issues. They are usually between 1 and 1.5 hours and vary between panels, workshops, and outside presentations.
These sessions are open to anyone regardless of your participation in previous Safe Space workshops. All are welcome!
Fall 2013 Safe Space 2.0 Dates Coming Soon!
Past Safe Space 2.0 workshops have included:
This Safe Space 2.0 will look at how homophobia and heterosexism (along with transphobia and biphobia) present themselves on campus. Participants will also learn how to mitigate these things from happening on campus and how to interrupt them when they see them. Please feel free to bring your lunch!
This Safe Space 2.0 will break apart traditional binaries of sexual orientation and behavior and will present them as fluid spectrums. Come out and join us as we touch on asexuality, pansexuality, queer, fluidity, and more in this interactive discussion.
How do LGBT people express their spirituality? Where do they find a faith tradition or a spiritual community that is inviting and inclusive? These questions and more will be discussed during this discussion. Some food will be provided.
A panel featuring representatives from AU, Center for American Progress, and the DC Trans Coalition will discuss the ways in which trans folks are explicitly/implicitly denied healthcare and how healthcare practices impact the trans* community.
Registration is not necessary, but for us to get a sense of how many people are coming please click on each event above to go to our Facebook page to say you are attending.
Suggestions for Safe Space 2.0
What content are you interested for the Safe Space 2.0 sessions?
We are looking for suggestions on what to include in our Safe Space 2.0 sessions. or contact the Coordinator of LGBTQ Programming at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-885-3651.