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QSR Programming

 

GLAM

Formerly known as Trans Action Week, Gender Liberation and Awareness Month (GLAM) is a month-long series of events. GLAM was originally organized by both QSR and SQRTL but is now run as a QSR program. We educate allies on campus about gender diversity, foster community spaces for trans individuals, and participate in activist work outside of campus. Events are happening throughout October with a final event on 11/20 marking Transgender Day of Remembrance.

QSpot Manager Team

Runs QSR’s website and social media; takes care of accessibility at our physical community center

QSR Big 5

Runs queer events during NSO, homecoming, family weekend, Admit Weekend, and graduation

Queer Arts Initiative

Hosts queer art-making workshops

Queer Futures Project

Hosts events about what it’s like to be a queer adult

Still Here, Still Queer

A support group for queer students sheltering in place during the COVID-19 crisis

Queerness, Spirituality, and Religion

Queer Student Resources (QSR) and the Office of Religious Life (ORL) are proud to announce a new initiative titled Queerness, Spirituality, and Religion. 


Exploring the ways in which our queer identity and spiritual practices intersect can be extremely difficult and often dangerous. Across all faith traditions, the challenge of reconciling LGBTQIA+ experience and identity is serious. But can we bring together queerness, spirituality, and religion to create something larger than the sum of its parts? Can we explore what it means to embrace all parts of yourself on our spiritual and/or religious paths? Can we create a multi-faith community of queer joy, kinship, and celebration? 


If you are interested in finding answers to these questions in a collective effort, then this initiative is for you. This unprecedented collaboration is the first-time at Stanford that an interfaith space is being constructed for LGBTQIA+ people to explore, discuss, and synthesize their identity and spiritual/religious paths together. As it is being developed from the ground-up, now is your opportunity to take part in designing this utterly unique program which aims to bring queer refuge and spiritual solace for many Stanford community members. 

If you are interested in learning more or joining the summer planning team, please fill out the Google Form here. To learn more about our program's motivations, please click here.

If you would have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach Matthew Zheng '22 (he/they) at mhzheng@stanford.edu

 

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433 Santa Teresa Street
Stanford, CA 94305