Past Events - Spring Semester 2019:

October Events: 10th: Screening of Major! A film about the life of Miss Major, trans rights pioneer activist, 8 p.m., Ingle Auditorium. 11th: Pride Parade and Pride Prints with OutSpoken, 3:30 p.m., Infinity Quad. 15th: LGBTQ Greek Life Hangout, 8 p.m., Reading Room. 16th, International Pronouns Day. 22nd, Lesbian Herstory Archives presented by Dr. Bek orr, State University at Brockport, 7 p.m., Fireside Lounge October Events from the Q Center
Queer sex talk with Stevie Boebi. Stevie Boebi is a disabled, lesbian YouTuber whose videos generate millions of views and focus on educating young people on how to navigate consent, sex, dating, and relationships in queer spaces. October 8th, 8 p.m., Igle Auditorium Queer sex talk with Stevie Boebi
Holiday Letter Writing. Help us crete holiday greeting cards for our incarcerated LGBTQ+ community members. December 10th and 16th, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Campus Center Lobby Transform your voice
Rainbow Graduation. Fill out the form at https://tinyurl.com/y4ddzgvz and register ar http://cglink.me/r387046. University Gallery. April 29th, 4:30 to 6:30 pm. Interpreting services available upon request. Requests can be submitted at https://myaccess.rit.edu Rainbow Graduation
Rainbow Prom, April 29th, 6:30 to 9:30 pm. University Gallery. 5 dollars per ticket, or 2 nonperishable food items. All profits will be donated. Rainbow Prom
Queer n' Color: a new student organization focused on the growth of black and brown LGBTQIA+ identities at RIT. April 4th: Stepping Into V. Coming Out, Campus Center 1010/1015, 6 to 7pm. April 7th: Do You Understand the Rainbow, Fireside Lounge, 12 to 5pm. April 9th: Love Yourself W/ ACA. SAU 1829, 5:30 to 7pm. April 11th: Shape Up: Queer in the Barbershop, Campus Center 1010/1015, 6 to 7pm. April 18th: Walk in History Musuem, Campus Center 1010/1015, 6 to 7pm. April 25th: Queer Professional / Student Mixer, MOSAIC Center, 4 to 6pm. Queer n Color Poster
Ga(y)me Night. A night of table tp roll playing games by Queer designers and developers like Avery Alder. Wednesda, April 10th, 5 - 8 pm, Q Center, SAU A530. Interpreting services available upon request. Gayme Night
Do You Understand The Rainbow? Come and learn how to be a good ally to the LGBT+ community. Sunday, April 7th, 12 - 5 pm, Fireside Lounge. Sign up on Campus Groups to reserve your free t-shirt. Interpreters available upon request. Do You Understand the Rainbow?
Trans week of Visibility. April 1st through the 5th. 1st: Tangent Support Meeting, 9 to 10 pm, for location email transrit@gmail.com, closed event. 2nd: Pride Prints with OutSpoken, 11-5pm, Tiger Statue. 3rd: ritGA Gender Night, 9 to 10pm, NRH 1250. 4th: Tangent Q and A and Conversation, 5pm, SAU Clark A. 5th: enby enbyMakes Craft Night, 1 to 4pm, Campus Center Room 1010/1015. Trans week of Visibility
ritGA Drag Show, March 29th, Ingle Auditorium. Doors open at 7:30pm, show begins at 8pm. 5 dollar presale, 7 dollars at the door. Featuring Kiki Banana Hammock, Dee Dee Dubois, Samantha Vega, Cassanova the King, Boquisha Chanel, and student performers. Welcome Back Lunch
Building Bridges Over Brunch. March 29th, 10 am - 12 pm, Skalny Room. Free waffles! Includes a panel and discussion about the intersection and experiences of LGBT identities and faith. Interperters requested. Please email srl@rit.edu with any questions. RSVP at: http://cglink.me/r468340 Welcome Back Lunch
Queering Politics and Philosophy Discussion Group: Queer Failure. March 8th, 6 pm - 8 pm, Q Center, SAU A530. If normal is equated to social success, then is the non-normal a failure? And what does it mean to be part of a community that is often seen as a failure itself? Queer Failure
Queering Politics and Philosophy Discussion Group: ContraPoints and Public Discourse. Feburary 22nd, 6 pm - 8 pm, Q Center, SAU A530. How do we discuss queer issues? In private? In public? How does this effect who the conversation is for? ContraPoints and Public Discourse
Designing Queer Games: A Conversation with Avery Alder. February 14th, 6:30 pm, Webb Auditorium, RIT. Reception to follow. Whose politics and experiences are we building our games around? This talk offers a critical look at why representation isn't enough and how game systems can be queered, reflecting the politics and lived experiences of queer lives. Avery Alder Conversation
Welcome Back Lunch. Wednesday, January 16th, 11:30 am - 1 pm. Q Center, SAU A530. Celebrate the start of the Spring semester with the Q Center! Join us for a taco from our taco bar, courtest of Moe's. Welcome Back Lunch