Trans & Nonbinary Inclusion & Allyship
Emily Taylor Center for Women and Gender Equity 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.
On Wednesday, March 31st, 6 pm, join KU Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity for a Trivia Game Night in celebration of Trans Day of Visibity!
On Thursday, February 25th, 5-6:30 pm, join the Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Kansas for the Annual February Sisters Lecture “Francis Thompson: Transness, Race, and Disability” featuring Dr. Susan Stryker.
Online via Zoom
Please email Emma Piazza at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom passcode.
Dr. Susan Stryker holds the Barbara Lee Professorship in Women’s Leadership at Mills College. Stryker is founding executive editor of TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, author of Transgender History: The Roots of Today’s Revolution, and co-director of the Emmy-winning documentary film Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton’s Cafeteria.
This Facebook Group, sponsored by Emily Taylor Center For Women and Gender Equity and the Center for Sexuality and 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 FOR WOMEN AND GENDER EQUITY TRANS RESOURCES GUIDE
View ETCWGE's Trans Resources Guide, our list of local, statewide, and national transgender resources.
RESPECT GENDER PRONOUNS MINI ZINE
View and print ETCWGE's Respect Gender Pronouns mini zine, a brief guide to respecting personal pronouns.
GENDER INCLUSIVE RESTROOMS
The Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity and its campus partners have worked to provide more single-use, gender inclusive restrooms on the KU campus. Its goal is to offer safe and comfortable places for all members of the campus community to use the restroom. The Center is particularly focused on offering these restrooms to those individuals who are transgender, gender nonconforming, queer, those with disabilities who have an attendant of a different sex or gender, and parents with young children of another sex or gender. Click here for a list of Gender Inclusive Restrooms.