Trans & Nonbinary Inclusion Allyship

The Emily Taylor Center promotes trans-inclusive feminism as a pathway to achieving gender equity. Therefore, we work closely with our partners at the KU Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity (SGD) to raise awareness concerning trans experiences and issues as well as to foster transgender inclusion and allyship at KU and beyond. 


Tuesday, November 6th (Visit Facebook event page)
Documentary Discussion Series
Two Spirits
7pm - 10pm
Malott Room
KU Memorial Union (Level 6)

Wednesday, November 14th (Visit Facebook event page)
Feminism + Sci Fi Forum
Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction & Fantasy from Transgender Writerswith Piper McCain
5:30pm - 7pm
Jayhawk Ink Lounge
KU Memorial Union (Level 2)

Thursday, November 15th (Visit Facebook event page)
Panel: Trans Veterans Talk (with SGD)
6pm - 9pm
The Crossroads
KU Memorial Union (Level 4)

This Facebook Group, sponsored by the Emily Taylor Center For Women & Gender Equity and the Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity at the University of Kansas, is for those interested in sharing information and participating in conversations surrounding trans and nonbinary inclusion as well as gender equity and transfeminism. 

Emily Taylor Center Transgender Resources Guide

We hope you find our list of local, statewide, and national trans resources useful. Please contact emilytaylorcenter@ku.eduto suggest updates and additions to our resources guide

The Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity

The University of Kansas
Diversity and Equity
1301 Jayhawk Blvd
SILC Rm 400
Lawrence, KS 66045
The Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity (SGD) is a clearinghouse of information regarding issues affecting the gender and/or sexuality minority community (LGBTQIA+) — as well as our straight friends, family members and allies. The Center is also a physical lounge space for our LGBTQIA+ students to feel safe and respected on the KU campus.

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