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Cheap-Ass Drag Ball! [May. 25th, 2007|05:59 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

Hey everyone!

Don't forget that the last Pride Week event is tonight! The Cheap-Ass Drag Ball! 9pm in the HCC.

Free admission, pictures for $2.

Put on your thrift shop best and head on over!

[x-posted sorry, you'll get over it
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Pride gear and shirts! [Apr. 23rd, 2007|11:40 am]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

Hey everyone!

We're making pride gear at this week's EQA meeting, so you should all stop by and help out!

Also, we're going to be making EQA t-shirts. If you want one, you can bring in a blank shirt, we'll bring the iron-ons and an iron. Please respond here and tell us if you want one though, so we know how many transfers to print.
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Question: [Apr. 20th, 2007|04:58 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

I don't mean to monopolize your friends page, but most of you like having things to read to help procrastinate your homework, right?

So here's a question for everyone. On Monday of Pride Week (week 8), we're planning on showing a film with the GLA (Greener Living Association). We were trying to find a good bisexual-pride movie, but most bisexual films we found were also polyamorous and we didn't want to promote the stereotype that all bisexuals are also poly. So we looked for alternatives.

The two that were brought up were D.E.B.S. which is a comedy, kind of ridiculous in ways, but a lot of fun. The other is Trembling Before G-D which is a more emotionally based film about Jewish homosexuals trying to harmonize their faith with their sexual orientation. Obviously, they are vastly different films. Please vote for one or the other, or offer up a different alternative altogether. For the record, we are showing Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Wednesday with Mindscreen (hopefully), and we were hence looking towards the serious side of queer film for Monday. This line of thought can be honored or ignored, either is fine by me.

Let us know what you think!
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Also... [Apr. 20th, 2007|11:30 am]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

As most of you know by now, the Domestic Partnership Bill passed in the legislature. The governor will be signing it into law this Saturday at 9:30am in the State Reception Room (3rd floor of the Capitol Building). Most everything at the capitol is open to the public and there's bound to be lots of press and other queer people running around, so you may want to check it out.

If you're a Washington resident and your legislators voted in favor of this bill, send them a thank you (if, of course, you are happy it went through...if not, that's a different story entirely).
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For those who participated in Day of Silence... [Apr. 20th, 2007|11:29 am]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

Day of Silence THANK YOU!!!

GLSEN Washington State and the Washington State GSA Network would like to thank you for your participation the 11th annual national Day of Silence.

By taking a courageous stand in support of your Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender peers; you made a powerful statement against anti-LGBT bulling and harassment in your schools.

For a day, you created a safer learning environment for Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual and Transgender students and their allies.

125 schools in 110 cities across Washington State participated. Thanks again for amazing efforts!

And just a reminder.


It's official! The Washington State GSA Network Leadership Team Night of Noise is TONIGHT, Friday, April 20th 2007 at Gameworks (1511 7th Ave, Seattle 98101) from 5 pm to 8 pm.

The event is not just for people in Seattle, but anyone is invited to come, but the first 100 people to contact us, at our office number (206-330-2099) or email me ( joe@glsenwa.org) for reservations will get in for a discounted rate of $10.00. This includes 2 hours of unlimited game play, food and beverages.

We are looking to have the biggest participation in the Day of Silence and Night of Noise that our state has ever seen. We look forward to seeing you there! Don't delay, let us know what school/group and how many people you can bring, and remember the first 100 people who call or email will get the discounted rate or otherwise pay $20.00.

You don't have to register to come, but you will pay $20 at the door instead of $10.00.
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Anonymous Question [Apr. 6th, 2007|01:22 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

As some of you know, the EQA has an anonymous question jar in front to the office. We haven't received very many questions there this year (please ask some if you have any!), but we received one that is fairly controversial. We want to be able to provide a well-articulated non-biased answer on our website, so we recently decided to post the question on here and see what all of you have to say.

The question is, "Why do lesbians and gays have an ever-growing prejudice against bisexuals?"

The answer we have so far, based on past EQA discussions, is, "First off, we would like to state that not ALL lesbians and gays have a prejudice against bisexuals and that the EQA does not condone such prejudice, whatever the reason. That being said, we have heard a few things that could cause an undue prejudice against bisexual people.

"In many instances (high school in particular), heterosexual people have "come out" as bisexual for a variety of personal reasons. This has led some members of the queer community to question the validity of the bisexual orientation. This is an incorrect assumption. There are many people who are actually bisexual and this is just as valid an orientation as heterosexuality or homosexuality (or any other variation!).

"Another possible cause is that bisexual people who are in a relationship with a person of the opposite sex are invisible minorities. In actuality, they are part of the queer community, but will not be perceived as such walking down the street holding hands with their significant other. Everyone wants to be able to be seen in public with their partner without fear of discrimination. This could lead to bitterness and unwarranted prejudice if bisexuals are seen as using heterosexual privilege."

Please discuss!
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Omnisexual Speed Dating! [Apr. 3rd, 2007|05:30 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

Find New Friends!

… And More Than Friends!


Friday, April 6th @ 7pm
CAB 110

All sexual orientations, genders, identities, and individuals welcome!

Omni-sexual Speed Dating is a chance for you to meet new people, whether friends or potential dates. During the course of the evening you will have the chance to talk with a variety of people without the obligation of making any commitment to them. If you would like to get to know them as friends or as more than friends, you can indicate so confidentially, and the EQA will arrange contact after the event between consenting individuals. There is no obligation, and all you have to do is show up for an evening of fun company!

Hosted by the Evergreen Queer Alliance

for more information or if you have any questions, contact the EQA by eqa@evergreen.edu or check out our website http://academic.evergreen.edu/groups/eqa/
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Let's Talk About Queer Sex [Mar. 7th, 2007|12:27 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

"Let's Talk About Queer Sex"

Join the Olympia Men's Project, Queer People of Color, and the Evergreen Queer Alliance for a discussion on the issues facing us queers around sex, love, and relationships.

Food prizes, and safe sex supplies will be provided to everyone who comes.

Wednesday (TODAY) March 7th, from 6-8pm.

CAB 108

This event is FREE!

We hope to see you there!
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trade? [Feb. 16th, 2007|09:22 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

rainbow flag up for grabs/trade?Collapse )
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Pride Planning! [Feb. 7th, 2007|02:45 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

Tomorrow from 12:30 to 1:30 we're going to have our first planning meeting for Pride Week in spring quarter. We will be meeting up in the EQA office (CAB 314). Even if you can't stay for the whole time, please stop by and share your ideas and let us know what you're willing to help with. We look forward to seeing you all there!
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