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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Gender Bending Ball

This Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012 is the AS GSEC's Gender Bending Ball!

California State University Chico’s Associated Students Gender and Sexuality Equity Center is proud to present the Gender Bending Ball at the Chico Women’s Club on Sunday, December 2nd, from 6-9 pm. The Gender Bending Ball will consist of drag performances, music, dancing, and lots of fun! Tickets are only $5, and pre-sale purchases, on sale in BMU 005, include an at-the-event treat! Dress up and bend your gender in a safe place, and support the GSEC and our mission!

This amazing fundraising event is a tim
e for people of all gender expressions to come together and perform their gender in a non-judgmental environment. Usually wear shorts? Try jeans. Present yourself more masculine? Tone it down for a night. Or come as your beautiful self. The Gender and Sexuality Equity Center challenges the idea that gender is a binary system, instead we accept and celebrate the many different expressions along the gender spectrum.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Congratulations Mia for being intern of the week! Mia is a returning intern at the Gender and Sexuality Equity Center and she has greatly contributed to the success of our organization. Mia has been working diligently on outreach and was heavily involved in the planning process for Take Back the Night. She is an outstanding addition to the GSEC team and we are honored to be working with such an inspired individual. Thank you Mia for all of your hard work. We are impressed with your dedication and enjoy working with you. Keep up the activism Mia and congratulations again

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Nicole Munoz  is a second year at Chico State, her major is Communication Studies and thinking about double majoring in Women's Studies. Nicole is an intern in the Women's program, and she was our wonderful intern for the week of November 2. She had been contacting radio stations and news stations to get coverage for our Take Back the Night event November 8th, and was very successful at it too which is amazing! Her dedication for promoting human rights is an inspiration and she is truly a valued member of the GSEC.  THANK YOU Nicole for all your great work!