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Sex, Please: Looking at the Other Sides of the Coin

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“Sex, Please” began as a personal exploration of how sex is defined. Designed for the novice and expert, this workshop provides a space to see the variety of different sexes that exist beyond the male/female binary. There will be an anonymous activity to demonstrate how one’s sex can change over time, and non-binary & trans* individuals are especially welcome. Combining presentation, activity and tales of a sex-queer gynandromorph’s experiences, “Sex, Please” is the perfect place to join others who have changed their sex, obtain information for your journey, and gain a foundational understanding of the topic. Presented by Andrew Leigh Emporia State University

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Storytelling for Social Justice: Why Your Story Counts Room 205

This session will explore the importance of storytelling within social justice. Presenter Ellie Hail will start with their own story and how it has empowered them to become an advocate for themselves and for the trans* and gender non-conforming communities. Then the conversation will turn inward: What is your own story? How can your story change attitudes? We will explore our own stories and how we can use them as a tool for social justice and advocacy. Presented by Ellie Marie Hail University of Northern Iowa

The Trans* Workshop for Trans* Folks, Advanced Allies and Partners Have you been waiting for an advanced trans* workshop? Are you a trans* person struggling in a relationship? Do you want more information about being out in the workplace or to your friends or family members? Then this is the workshop for you! This workshop is designed for trans* folks as well as advanced allies and partners. It will discuss all topics listed above, as well as provide time for FAQ’s and discussion, time willing. Presented by Kyle Watson University of Minnesota Duluth

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We’ve Always Been Redefining Sexual Morality: An Exploration of the Curious Turns in Religious Sexual Ethics Room 203

Some people in this country are waging a “culture war.” They do so under the banners of “traditional morality” and “defending the traditional family.” They champion this not only in particular churches, but in legal spheres, too. They tell us that their perspective was established by God and has been venerated throughout history, and therefore it should function as the moral norm upon which society is ordered by law. The facts, however, get in the way of their narrative. In this workshop, we will explore the many revisions of religious teachings on sexual ethics and discuss how we might conceive inclusive sexual moralities today.

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Presented by Dr. Richard W. McCarty Mercyhurst University

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Profile for MBLGTACC 2013

MBLGTACC 2013 Program Guide  

The Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference is the largest LGBTA college conference in the nation. MBLGTACC 2013 wi...

MBLGTACC 2013 Program Guide  

The Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Ally College Conference is the largest LGBTA college conference in the nation. MBLGTACC 2013 wi...

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