The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life seeks to engage the university community in the creation of an affirming and just campus environment while supporting the development of students of all gender and sexual identities. As we continue to create more inclusive and equitable spaces in our office, we are committed to do the work to support our QTSOC. Trans and gender non-conforming TGNC students are often in search of resources and support to navigate institutions of higher education. Regardless of what you want to do, the Office of LGBT Life is here to provide you with support and resources and to work behind-the-scenes to make Emory University as accessible and inclusive as possible for students of all gender and sexual identities. The Emory Safe Space program is a 3.
The Unspoken Past: Atlanta Lesbian and Gay History
Wesley Chenault Dec 1, Mitchell in Whittaker III, conveying a quiet dignity in an era typically characterized as dangerous and frightening for homosexuals.
It was founded in The center published a bi-weekly newspaper, and operated the Gay Helpline for the Atlanta area. The center was the meeting place for several support groups including those for teens, interracial couples , older couples, and P-FLAG. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.