Latine/Queer Students Art Exhibit
Monday, Sept. 26, 12 p.m. through Friday, Sept. 30, 3 p.m.
Stretch Out Toxic Masculinity with DIY Slime
Tuesday, Oct. 4, 4-5 p.m.
OUTGrads: An LGBTQ+ Graduate Students Discussion Group
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 3:30 p.m.
The Circle: An LGBTQ+ Discussion Group
Thursday, Oct. 6, 3:30 p.m.
Futbol Against Homophobia Soccer Tournament
Saturday, Oct. 8, 10 a.m-2 p.m. (RSVP Required)
The Circle: An LGBTQ+ Discussion Group
Thursday, Oct. 13, 3:30 p.m.
OutLaw Diverity Fair (Loyola Law School)
Monday, Oct. 17, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
OutLaw History Week (Loyola Law School)
Somewhere Under the Rainbow – Fall Festival
Oct. 27, 1:30 p.m.
LGBTQ Fiction & Poetry from Appalachia
Edited by Jeff Mann & Julia Watts
This collection confronts the problematic and complex intersections of place, family, sexuality, gender, and religion with which LGBTQ Appalachians often grapple.
Black Queer Studies: A Critical Anthology
Edited by E. Patrick Johnson and Mae G. Henderson
A collection of 16 essays that examines the productive intersection of the fields of black and queer studies.
The Gay Agenda: A Modern Queer History & Handbook
By Ashley Molesso
This colorful digest is a keepsake honoring LGBT+ people and the ongoing fight to gain–and maintain–equality for all.
Edited by Donald L. Boisvert and Jay Emerson Johnson
This ground-breaking and eye-opening book examines the intersections of religion and same-sex desire, from St. Augustine to Hinduism to contemporary LGBT and queer culture….
LGBTQIA+ Orgs at LMU
LGBT Student Services | Instagram
LGBTQ Faculty and Staff Network | Subscribe
Student Psychological Services: THE CIRCLE | OUTGrads: LGBTQ Graduate Student Discussion Group
Queer AF (Alcohol Free) at Recovery at LMU
CRIME (Caring Radically in Marginalized Environments) | email@example.com | Instagram
QTPOC Space | firstname.lastname@example.org | Instagram
Black Queer Space | email@example.com
Transcendence | firstname.lastname@example.org | Instagram
Somewhere Under the Rainbow (SUR) | email@example.com | Instagram
Art, Advocacy, and Empowerment
LMU Gender Neutral Restrooms list
Using Pronouns to Promote Inclusivity
Trans is an adjective
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network
Writing prompts for gender exploration
Pronoun Dressing Room
Los Angeles Bi Task Force
The above comes from a late Sept. posting on the LMU website.
Writing prompts for gender exporation is not LGBTQIA. It is binary and it is for grades 1-12 on a different website.
LMU: Los Angeles’ Mattachine University
the place to send your kid if he/she/it don;t know
if it’s a he/she/it and don;t know which bathroom to use.
So many non-white students in this group, wonder why that is.
Of the 9,000 plus students, 53% are women, and Enrollment · African American: 7.2% · Asian: 9.8% · Hispanic / Latino: 22.8% · White / Non-Hispanic: 42.4% · Multi-race: 7.8%.
The demographics for California are: 39% of state residents are Latino, 35% are white, 15% are Asian American or Pacific Islander, 5% are Black, 4% are multiracial, and fewer than 1% are Native American or Alaska Natives, according to the 2020 Census.
Ok, but with so few minority students. they are over represented in this group. Perhaps they actually enjoy the notoriety of being in the minority, twice over.
Why can’t they just admit they’re post-Catholic and post-Christian? Does truth in advertising not matter?
Change the name to Harry Hay University and be done with it.
The abnormal LGBT disorder needs to be placed back on the medical books. That is where it belongs. The Catholic Church must help these people suffering from an abnormal medical disorder, lead chaste, productive lives, as God intended. Or else, the name and status of “Catholic” must be removed from LMU.
The Pronoun Dressing Room listed under Art Advocacy and Empowerment
Anybody else looked at that?
As an LMU/Loyola of L.A. graduate this saddens me grately.It was a wounderful school 50yrs.ago.
Imagine how the Jesuits of old and even a few today, who are still Catholic, feel. Once I was having lunch with my spiritual director and other “retired” Jesuits and, sadly, one at our table said if he’d had children he would not send them to Jesuit schools and the others at the table agreed. Saint Ignatius of Loyola, St. Francis Xavier, St. Isaac Jogues, St. Robert Bellarmine, St. Edmund Campion and all Jesuit Saints, pray for all Jesuits and the Church of our Lord.