Held for the first time in 1988, National Coming Out Day serves as an annual reminder about the struggles that individuals of differing sexual orientations have in developing a positive sexual identity in a heterosexist culture.

Events for 2012 National Coming Out Day
(Thursday, October 11)

Wear rainbow colors or supportive t-shirt, pick up a free t-shirt (first 75 individuals), and stop by our table from 12-1 in Farinon!

“Expressions of Femininity”
Open Forum Discussion
12:15-1 p.m.
Farinon 211
Bring your lunch and have dessert and drinks on us!
Sponsored by QuEST

Free To Be Me Social
Come celebrate with other LGBTQ individuals and allies!
4-6 p.m.
ALF/QuEST Office (Farinon 124)