Queery Wueery Wibbilly Wobboly Timey Wimey History
Wednesday, October 4
TCLT Conference Room
Join us as guest speaker Tom Moore leads us in a discussion about same gender relationships and queer identities in U.S. History.
Thursday, October 5
LGBTQ Center (213 UCEN)
To make good decisions you need to know who
you are and what you want. And figuring that out
requires knowing what options are even available
to you. Spend this workshop with us really
Coming Out Monologues
Wednesday, October 11
In celebration of National Coming Out day. Coming out is complicated! And we are coming out all the time. Hear students, faculty, staff, and community members tell their stories! Funny and sad and everything in between.
Thursday, October 12
Come create memories at this year's PRIDE Ball. Sponsored by CAB and in collaboration with PRIDE student organization and the Ellen Bommarito LGBTQ Center, PRIDE Ball is a place for everyone to come as they are and however they feel comfortable and have a great time. This years theme is "Come As You Are." The event is a place for everyone regardless of their sexual or gender orientation to show up and have a place to claim as their own. No matter how you show up or who you show up with you will be accepted! FREE and there will be snacks, music, and a photo booth.
Move with PRIDE
Thursday, October 19
Be proud of who YOU are! All bodies, all genders, all ages, all fitness levels are
welcome. Join us for open swim, drums alive, PIYO,
zumba, and family friendly activities.
David K. Johnson
The Lavender Scare: Washington's Deviant Bureaucrats
Wednesday, October 25
David K. Johnson (Ph.D. Northwestern) is an Associate Professor in the history department at the University of South Florida. His first book, The Lavender Scare: The Cold War Persecution of Gays and Lesbians in the Federal Government, (University of Chicago, 2004) won three awards, including the Herbert Hoover Book Award and the Randy Shilts Award for Gay Nonfiction. A documentary film version of The Lavender Scare by Emmy-award winning director Josh Howard is currently on the film festival circuit. Johnson co-edited The U.S. Since 1945: A Documentary Reader (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), an anthology of primary source documents for students studying modern American politics and culture. He was a contributing author to the National Park Service’s LGBTQ America: A Theme Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer History. Johnson has held fellowships at the National Humanities Center, the Smithsonian Institution, the Social Science Research Council, CUNY’s Center for Gay and Lesbian Studies, and the Leather Archives and Museum. He is currently completing the book “Buying Gay: Physique Magazines, Censorship, and the Rise of the Gay Movement,” which chronicles the rise of a gay commercial network in the 1950s and 1960s. (A Wyatt Exploration Program Event)