Asexuality, as part of the LGBTQIA acronym, is often acknowledged but not talked about in depth. What does it mean, exactly? Is it part of the queer community? Can aces (short for asexuals) be in romantic relationships?
Asexual Awareness Week founder and activist Sara Beth Brooks will lead a workshop on an intro to all things asexual followed by time for questions!
Free dinner catered by Ihsan’s Falafel of the Trojan Farmer’s Market.
Mon Apr 28th. 6-7pm
We have barely recovered from our Corporate Team Building outing, aka DINAHSTY, to bring you another edition of Pantsuit, Inc.: LA’s hottest happy hour party for working girls, ladies who lunch and corporate climbers.
Loved the hot days working poolside in Palm Springs and you’re ready for round two? Or maybe Dinah did you wrong and you didn’t make all the big moves you anticipated?
Well then, come straight from work in your power blazer and network your net worth @ Pantsuit, Inc.!
April 16th. 7pm-midnight. Free (tips appreciated)
Location: The Must, 117 Winston St, DTLA
April 18th, 6-8pm.
Location: The Center Long Beach, 2014 East 4th St, Long Beach
RSVP on the Facebook event.
Claremont Colleges, Pomona
Workshop Dates & Times
Friday April 25th- Saturday 26th, 2014
* Friday: 4:30 PM-6:40 PM [Dinner provided]
Closed to POC only: this day’s event is safe space for people of color (POC) to engage in conversation around their experiences.
* Saturday: 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM [Lunch provided]
This workshop is open to ALL students with RSVP.
Members of The Brown Boi Project will conduct a day and a half long workshop that will include activities and discussions around understanding the economic necessity of oppression, understand privilege, and transforming health justice for Brown Bois, to name a few. Together the Brown Boi Project members will engage Claremont College students in cultivating spaces to explore and develop healthy frameworks of masculinity in order to promote cross racial and gender alliance-building within communities of color and reduce oppression.
While the work of The Brown Bois is rooted in a people of color framework, addressing the issues, experiences of People of Color and Queer People of Color, the workshop is open to anyone interested in fully engaging in this space and this framework. There is room for up to 40 students to participate in this workshop.
Please PSVP to email@example.com or contact us for any questions. :)