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- 108 Ravine Parkway
- Oneonta, NY 13820
The GSRC offers a variety of programs. The following is a list of our scheduled events for the Fall 2013 semester:
Trans Awareness Week (click for more details)
11/13, 6pm- Film Viewing and Discussion: Trans* the movie
11/14, 2-5pm- Safe Space Advanced Allies Training: Trans* Issues (register here)
11/20, 6-9pm- 2nd Annual Trans* Day of Remembrance Vigil
Dialogue Sessions (click for more)
The most common question about a new baby is, “Is it a boy or a girl?”-- What if the answer is neither? This dialogue will show the documentary Intersexion about intersex folks. Aren’t familiar with this? Come out and learn all about it after the movie.
**In Red Dragon Theater**
Presented by Elliot Ruggles
What if when your parents gave you “the talk,” they invited a PhD in Biology into the conversation? Come learn about all the fascinating details of biology and science of where and when human sexuality arises.
Presented by Keith Schillo
Lean about the struggles, hardships and even support the LGBT community faces when facing coming out while on an athletic team. We welcome Oneonta Alum, Andrew MacIntosh as he speaks about his experience coming out on the men’s lacrosse team, the New York Times article and speaking tour that followed, and all his adventures along the way.
Presented by Andew MacIntosh
There’s a lot happening in politics this year! Come learn more about the recent Supreme Court decisions on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), California’s Proposition 8, local and regional measures like the New York State Gender Expression and Nondiscrimination Act (GENDA), and more! Professors Wilkerson, Seale and Joest talk about the legal, social and historical, and personal implications of these political trends.
Presented by Bill Wilkerson, Elizabeth Seale, and Karen Joest
After watching the film “And the band played on” there will be a dialogue on the origin and horrific detriment of the AIDS epidemic, and what we can do about it today.
**In Red Dragon Theater**
Presented by James Zians
Their hard work paid off! The SUNY pride planning committee will come to talk about everything they have learned during the conference. Couldn’t attend? Come see what you missed as they share with you what they have learned.
Presented by the SUNY Pride Planning Committee
Feeling safe? Come learn steps and procedures that make it that way for LGBTQ members and talk about what can be changed. University Police Chief, Dan Chambers, and University Police Officer Mark Cardinali will answer your questions about how to make campus a safer place for all of us.
Presented by Dan Chambers and Mark Cardinali
Can they coincide? Come and find out how these two coexist, their hardships and welcoming experiences.
Presented by Lauren Crandall
Thursdays 7–9 pm, in Hunt Union, 2nd Floor, Leatherstocking Room (unless otherwise specified)