Welcome to the webpage for the KPS Gender and Sexuality Alliance, a fun, safe, inclusive space for LGBT+ students and allies. GSA meets on B-week Thursdays in Dr. Schwartz's room (233), and everyone is always welcome.
Feedback for GSA
Be sure to check this page often during remote-learning! We will post self-guided GSA meetings, queer digital content (made by us), and more! Also, follow our instagram @gsakps for other announcements.
CLICK HERE: Day of Silence zine by GSA!
CLICK HERE: a special letter from Jenna and Viv!
CLICK HERE: a self-guided GSA meeting on asexuality, which we discussed during our meeting on Thursday 4/16.
CLICK HERE: queer media recommendations from Jenna and Viv (you can contribute too!)
Click the links:
Sept. 23: Bisexual Visibility Day
Sept. 23–27: Ally Week
October: LGBT History Month
Oct. 11: National Coming Out Day
Oct. 14: Anniversary of the first March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights
Oct. 20–26: Asexual Awareness Week
Oct. 26: Intersex Awareness Day
Nov. 12-19: Transgender Awareness Week
Dec. 1: World AIDS Day
Jan. 31: Project Prism!
Mar. 31: Transgender Day of Visibility
Apr. 10: National Youth & AIDS Awareness Day
Apr. 17: National Day of Silence
May 17: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, & Biphobia
May 22: Harvey Milk Day
June: Pride month
Jun. 28: Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots
The Trevor Project (a mental health resource for LGBT+ youth, this website can connect you to support via chat, text, a 24/7 telephone hotline with trained counselors, or readable resources)
The It Gets Better Project (videos to "uplift and empower" LGBT+ youth)
TGNC Allyship (a document that gives a basic but comprehensive explanation of how to be an ally to the transgender and gender-nonconforming community)
The Genderbread Person (a free online resource for understanding gender identity, gender expression, anatomical sex, and attraction)
GLSEN (a non-profit organization working to create and support safe schools for all students, this website has many educational resources)
them. (a website with posts covering a wide range of topics focused on the modern-day LGBT+ community)