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.
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
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!
ALF/QuEST Office (Farinon 124)