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Transcript of GSA 1
President - Megan Karwoski
Gay is now slang for a homosexual person, that is, somebody who is attracted romantically and sexually to people of their own sex.
*Predominantly used with men.
A person who is sexually attracted to both men and women. This does not necessarily imply that the person is EQUALLY attracted to both sexes.
One who wishes to be considered by society as a member of the opposite sex, because they have the external genitalia and secondary sexual characteristics of one sex, but their personal identification and psychosocial configuration is that of the opposite sex.
an identity used because some individuals whose gender or sex is non-conforming may not have an easy way to culturally identify their sexual orientation.
Vice President - Dan Feathers
Secretary - Monica Rush
Historian - Lizzie Turbett
The Garnet Valley GSA aims to provide a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and trans*phobia.
What does that even mean?
Questioning / Queer
A woman whose emotional, romantic, and sexual energies are geared towards other women.
unsure of or re-examining one's previously assumed sexual orientation or gender identity
“Intersex” is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that does not seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. For example, a person might be born appearing to be female on the outside, but having mostly male-typical anatomy on the inside. Or a person may be born with genitals that seem to be in-between the usual male and female types.
Someone who doesn't experience sexual attraction. Often confused with autosexual (sexually attracted to oneself), asexual reproduction (when organisms can reproduce without sex), celibacy/abstinence (the choice not to have sex). Asexuals may or may not be romantically attracted to others, and may or may not have a sex drive (though not directed towards anyone or anything).
1. Follow basic school rules.
2. Watch your language.
3. No shaming others for their sexual or gender identity. We are here to be supportive.
4. Immature arguments and comments will NOT be tolerated.
5. If an officer asks you to stop doing something disruptive, stop.
6. Repeat offenses will be met with removal from the club.
September- Break month
October- LGBTQIA history month
October 11- National Coming Out Day
November- Lesbian month, history, etc
December- Bisexual month, history, etc
January- Trans* month, history, etc
February- Black LGBTQIA history
March- Questioning/Queer history, etc
April- Intersex history, etc
May- Asexual history, etc
June- Break month
3 Bake sales throughout the year. One near the beginning, one around the middle, and one near the end of the school year.
Day of Silence in April.