September is Pride Month, and QUT is celebrating.
Get involved, educate and celebrate the communities and cultures of students, staff and the Brisbane community who identify as lesbian; gay; bisexual; transgender; intersex; queer or questioning; asexual, agender or aromantic; and those who identify as other diverse genders and sexualities (LGBTIQA+).
Attend an event, look out for content across the HiQ digital walls and claim a free rainbow lanyard at the QUT bookshops throughout the month of September.
Grab your lunch and join the Queer Collective to dine alfresco, meet some new faces and celebrate pride outside this September. Lawn games and some light snacks will be about also.
Find out more about the Queer Collective and register: 14 September @ Gardens Point.
Global Cafés hosted by East West
In September we’re all about open discussion and conversations around all things LGBTIQA+, as well as the opportunity to participate in a badge making extravaganza. Come along for scintillating and thought-provoking conversation, with a free beverage and badge making included.
Register to attend, Monday 10 at Kelvin Grove or Tuesday 11 at Gardens Point.
Pride Party hosted by the QUT Guild
Join us on Thursday 13 September to show your support for LGBTIQA+ communities. QUT students, staff and the wider community are invited to march down main drive to a Pride Party extravaganza at the Botanic Bar.
Register your attendance here, we'll meet at Speakers’ Corner at 5:45pm to march down Main Drive together in a show of pride before celebrating at QUT's Botanic Bar.
Being out in 2018, personally and professionally. What does it mean?
Join QUT alumnus Benjamin Law, author, producer and television personality as he talks about personal support systems which have been critical to his success, and challenges he has faced being out in his industry.
Monday 17 September, 12pm, OJW room - register via Eventbrite.
The Brisbane Pride Rally & March
In 2018 we will be marching under a University Unity banner with staff and students from UQ and Griffith. Join us with your work mates, friends or family and march to demonstrate acceptance, unity, inclusivity and support for the LGBTIQA+ community.
Saturday 22 September, 9:30-11am. Find out more and register your interest to receive updates.