Building on the core concepts learned in “Gender Identity, Gender Expression, and Building a Gender-Inclusive University,” participants will engage in more in-depth discussions about where we learn about gender and examine gender norms and expectations. This session will explore how transphobic myths are pervasive and participants will work together to consider the impacts for individuals and campus communities. Participants will be encouraged to work together to develop strategic ways of responding to infrastructural challenges disproportionately impacting trans and nonbinary students, staff, faculty, and librarians.
Note: This course requires completion of “Gender Identity, Gender Expression, and Building a Gender-Inclusive University” before taking this one.
Sexual & Gender Diversity OfficeOrganizer of Continued Conversations about Gender and Trans-Inclusion
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