Considered an unlucky day in Western culture, Friday the 13th turned out to be a huge extravaganza for Everything Great About You’s (EGAY) 14th annual All Dragged Up event at SF State.
With wigs whipping back and forth, lip sync battles and not to mention a
The spirit of the first-ever recorded act of collective queer resistance to social oppression and police harassment in the U.S. occurred took place in the Tenderloin District in August 1966 and was embodied at the campus sponsored event for International Transgender Day of Visibility (ITDOV).
To some, the popular song “Express Yourself,” written and sung by Charles Wright and The Watts, is more than just
a song to SF State’s LGBTQ+ students. It’s a safe space to express yourself.
Safe zones play a pivotal role in fostering a safe campus environment by
SF State’s design space is exhibiting an interactive installation where members of the LGBTQ community are featured through hand-drawn portraits in an effort to emphasize the dynamic history of the queer community through mid-March.
The project, A People’s Museum of LGBTQ History, was inspired by creators
SF State students share their coming out stories and explore the importance of "safe zones" for the LGBTQ+ community.
When the new assistant director for SF State's Queer Resource Center from University of California, Davis, she expected to see a lot more support for queer and trans students than what currently exists on campus.
"I came to SF State for grad school because I wanted to
Sprigs of lavender, lavender tablecloths and lavender stoles decorated Jack Adams Hall May 17 for the Queer and Trans Resource Center's third annual Lavender Graduation. For SF State's LGBTQQIA students, it was a time of inspiration and triumph for the graduating class of 2015.
Hallways decorated in brightly colored murals and LGBT artwork is what University Park North Area Coordinator Paul Renolis said he envisions for the future of the Rainbow Floor he helped implement for SF State residents in Spring 2014.
The Rainbow Floor is located in building A
Click through the above image to see where gender-neutral bathrooms are located on campus. Data collected from sfsu.edu (Produced by Eva Barragan).
Deciding which restroom to walk into isn’t normally thought of as difficult or confusing task. For individuals whose sex does not align with their
During an open mic night performance, singer-songwriter Ryan Otto Cassata exuded a confident demeanor that he said has been the key to his national recognition as a civil rights activist in the transgender community.
Cassata, a former SF State Student, said he came to the realization that