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Ally & Awareness Training

These workshops are conducted in two hours. Upon completion of this training, the participant will be able to accomplish the following:

  • Identify various types of safety that people want and need regardless of their sexual identity
  • Define gender identity & sexual identity as well as identify hetero-normative acts
  • Name various privileges that come through heterosexual or gender binary status
  • Assist individuals in situations involving the coming out process, homophobia/transphobia and/or internalized homophobia/transphobia
  • Assist those with heterosexist and/or transphobic prejudice to examine the basis for their prejudices and change
  • Identify resources on campus and in the larger community
  • Recognize the challenges faced by members of the LGBTQIQ

LGBTQIQ Exploration Workshop
These workshops are conducted in 1 hour.  Upon completion of this training the participant will be able to:

  • Identify various types of safety that people want and need regardless of their sexual identity
  • Explain basic concepts and terms around sexual and gender identity
  • Recognize the challenges faced by members of the LGBTQIQ community
  • Identify resources on campus and in the larger community