Mary Minten, MFT & Chris Dietrich, MFT-Intern present
Coming Out Later in Life Support Group
1st and 3rd Thursdays 5 – 6:30 pm
Support Group for Partners of the LGBTQ Community
2nd and 4th Thursdays — 5-6:30pm
February 25th –1pm-3pm — Our Center
Laura Wetherington is a poet whose first book, A Map Predetermined and Chance, was selected for the National Poetry Series. She teaches in SNC Tahoe’s Low-Residency MFA Program and is a 2017 Nevada Arts Council Literature Fellow.
We are so pleased to have Joseph Galata bring his one man show Starlight! Starbright! to Our Center for 3 performances.
(Friday-Nov 18 12-2, Saturday November 19th 2pm & 6pm)
This performance and Q&A will appeal to men of all ages and people that love them as well as Therapists, Social Workers, Mental Health Professionals and anyone wanting to learn more about the men in their lives.
Any donations accepted for these performances will benefit the Homeless Youth Count in January.
Over 21 million American men and 1 out of every 6 males at a university are living with a shameful secret – they have been sexually abused as a child or teenager.
This 60 minute performance focuses on Muyoso who is auditioning for a reality TV show.
Along with displaying his creative talents such as dance, music, cooking, and drama, he is required to reveal to the judges a dark secret about himself – his sexual abuse from the age of 7 to 15, and the painful yet triumphant healing journey.
3 Degrees takes place every other month.
We are always looking for new hosts.
A host provides a location and light refreshments, has additional opportunities to talk about their business and strengthens their ties to the community.
To be considered, please attend 2 of these get togethers.
THIS Wednesday, October 19th!
The Truckee Meadows Community College Equity and Inclusion Office will be facilitating TWO Safe Zone workshops!
Come to whichever one works best for your schedule!
2-4pm or 6-8pm!
Safe Zone is an LGBTQ Ally Workshop that aims to increase cultural awareness and openness to issues facing those of the LGBTQ community.
Bring a friend! Bring your office! Bring your family!
Join us to celebrate National Coming Out Day on Tuesday, October 11th!
National Coming Out Day (NCOD) is an internationally-observed human rights day devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, and questioning folks and allies. The day is about providing visibility to LGBTQQIAA individuals and promoting awareness of LGBTQQIAA issues.
NCOD is a time dedicated for people across the LGBTQQIA and Allied communities to celebrate coming out, and as part of our observance of NCOD.
You can participate by coming to the center and submitting your Coming Out Story between 2-6pm.
Meet new people and talk about your journey. Participate in a round-table discussion. Coming Out Story will be playing in the center.
Reception will begin at 6pm, followed at 7pm with the speakers panel telling their stories and answering questions about their experiences.