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What’s up with LGBTQ Health & Wellness at SFSU?

This is the third gathering CREGS will be hosting about the state of LGBTQ experiences on SFSU campus. This time, we’ll be focusing the conversation on health and wellness.

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Asian American Genders & Sexualities Panel

The Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality is pleased to present “Asian American Genders and Sexualities”, a moderated panel discussion exploring Asian American gender and sexuality from an interdisciplinary perspective, featuring Valerie Francisco-Menchavez, Việt Lê, Anantha Sudhakar, and Amy Sueyoshi. Wednesday, February 22nd from 5pm-7pm. Room 121 (first floor), J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State […]

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2016 Fall semester events announced.

Fall 2016 Schedule now out! October 25th, 2016: 5pm-7pm. J. Paul Leonard Library Room 121: LGBTQ Campus Climate: An Exploration of Findings and Townhall Discussion: Justin Boese (Sexuality Studies MA 2016, SFSU) will share data from his thesis research assessing the climate for LGBTQ+ students at SFSU, followed by a townhall style discussion featuring Rachel Henry […]

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Black/Feminist/Lesbian/Queer/Trans* Cultural Production: A Symposium Honoring the 20th Anniversary of Cheryl Dunye’s “The Watermelon Woman”

September 23rd – 24th, 2016 at San Francisco State University. RSVP HERE This symposium honors the 20th anniversary of Cheryl Dunye’s film, “The Watermelon Woman” (1996). The first feature film directed by and starring a black lesbian, the production of this film marked a watershed moment for black cinema, feminist cinema, lesbian cinema, and new […]

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Tom Johnson Starts off Seminar Series With a Bang!

CREGS kicked off the Fall 2012 Seminar Series on Gender and Sexuality on September 10th, 2012 with cultural anthropologist, Tom Johnson giving a talk entitled “Gender Identities Beyond the Binary”. After his retirement from teaching Japanese Studies at Cal State Chico, Dr. Johnson stumbled upon this topic that was poorly understood and decided to pursue […]

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Andrew Jolivette Seminar a Success!

CREGS’ second Seminar of the series presented Andrew J. Jolivette, a Sociologist and Associate Professor and Chair of American Indian Studies at SFSU where he is affiliated member with Race & Resistance Studies in the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership. Dr. Jolivette is currently working on his fourth book, Indian Blood: Mixed Race Gay Men, […]

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Dr. Kimberly Balsam Concludes our Seminar Series!

Dr. Kimberly Balsam has been researching LGBT Psychology since 1999 with specific interests in victimization, minority stress, diversity within the LGBT community, health disparities, and same-sex couples and families. For our Seminar, Dr. Balsam was prepared to share some difficulties she’s come across for researchers in her field. First off, operationally defining and measuring sexual […]

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Sujatha Jesudason Inspires Audience!

 Sujatha Jesudason Questions Feminist Theory Behind Sex-Selection According to Jesudasen’s findings, sex-selection is completed through 1) sperm sorting (pre-fertilization, separate the X & Y carrying sperm), 2) Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (the fertilized eggs sit for 3 days in a dish, then specialists use the male or female fertilized egg for insemination), 3) ultrasound results affecting […]

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