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Queer is both a catchall term and one that is fraught with controversy on some campuses.Many activists and student leaders use ‘queer’ to represent our entire community, it is seen as a one-word, inclusive concept.
SAFE stands for Sexuality Advocacy for Everyone, though students are considering changing the name to Sexuality Alliance for everyone, as all people are born with a sexuality in one form or another.Stephen Collingsworth, Queer Issues Coordinator at Williams, says, “we figure anyone who calls into question gender norms and norms surrounding issues of sexuality in general can be called queer.” Queers and Allies (Q&A) is the name of the group at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. The first is that they are made up of a group f queers and allies, and secondly, they like the Q&A aspect of the name.They put an emphasis on asking questions and answering them, not only of group members, but also of the larger university.Publishers will be benefited by the constant evolution of the Outbrain technology as it promises to syndicate the recommendations for content in a smart way.Are you starting a new gay/straight alliance or queer student group at your school?The University of California at Santa Barbara also uses the word queer in its various group names, including Q Grad, for graduate students, QPOC (Queer People of Color).
Kyle from UCSB says that queer was chosen for its inclusiveness, but he has noticed that some students who are just coming out, or who do not define themselves as ‘political’ do not feel comfortable with the queer label.
Solace provides “a space to be yourself, whoever that may be.” And Prism has this message, according to Jason, York College of PA student and president of Prism: “We are just like everyone else, but when you shine a light on us (discover what we are about) one can see how beautiful, diverse, and multi-faceted we are.” There are also a few examples of college and university employee group names out there.
Montclair State University has GLFSA (Gay and Lesbian Faculty and Staff Association) [who made this little Maine girl feel very welcome while she was in New Jersey], Ohio University has GLOBE (Gay Lesbian Or Bisexual Employees), and the faculty and staff at Arizona State University can be a part of their group, Ubiquity. Here is one suggestion that allows for lots of input, and some visibility on campus: Bryan Helminiak, currently a Resident Director at Ohio University, was an undergrad at Michigan Technological University when students chose the name Keeweenaw Pride.
Some other examples of student group names are: Edgewood College’s Friends Like Us and the Lavender Bridge at Metropolitan State University in Minnesota.
Anne Phibbs, Director of LGBT Student Services at Metropolitan says the concept of the bridge in the group’s name makes it feel “accessible and open, which is what the group strives for.” Amanda from Mac Murray College in Illinois shared that their student group, Solace: Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Allies for Diversity, uses the name to convey a safe, calming space.
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