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Gender Identity & Gender Roles Workshop Planned November 10

The GSM (Gender and Sexual Minorities) Project—Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s LGBT+ organization—is starting a series of different workshops throughout the rest of the school year.

The series starts this Friday, November 10, from 6-7 p.m. with a workshop on Gender Identity & Gender Roles in Room 104 of the General Thomas P. Stafford Center. 

 “It will cover transgender people and the whole gender spectrum and how gender roles affect everyone, regardless of their gender,” said GSM President Isaac Moad.

The workshop will consist of a 30-45 minute presentation followed by a talkback. The talkback will give attendees the chance to ask any questions they may have and offer up an opinion they want to be heard on the topic.

The GSM Project plans to host several more educational and informative workshops in the future. All events are free and open to the public. 

For more information on workshops or the GSM Project, please contact Moad at moads@student.swosu.edu.