Positive Space Network

*** These events are taking place on Coast Salish territories, specifically the territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, sel̓íl̓witulh, and Stó:lō nations.***

Ask questions. Hold Space. Make Connections.

The Positive Space Network.

Upcoming Workshops

Module 1: Introduction

Mon, Oct 17 | 1-4pm
MBC
This free workshop introduces the Positive Space Network (PSN), and includes topics such as privilege, prejudice and oppression. Activities in this workshop support creating safer spaces and examining your own privilege(s). This workshop is good for people of all experience levels

Module 2: Exploring Sexuality & Sexual Orientation

Wed, Nov 16 | 12:30-3:30pm
MBC
This free workshop is an introduction to the concepts of sexual orientation and sexuality. Topics include: identity (including those outside of gay and lesbian), heteronormativity, and homophobia. This workshop is good for people of all experience levels.

Module 3: Deconstructing Gender & Sex

Fri, Dec 9 | 1-4pm
MBC
This free workshop is an introduction to concepts of gender and sex. Topics in this workshop include systems of gender, the transgender umbrella, as well as transphobia and cisnormativity. Activities in this workshop address less-common pronouns, gracefully making mistakes, and self-identity. This workshop is good for people of various experiences with the topics it covers.

What is the Positive Space Network?

The Positive Space Network (PSN) is an education program dedicated to promoting and maintaining a campus environment embracing of gender and sexual diversity and their various intersections. This program for students, faculty, and staff, aims to reduce homophobia and transphobia, increase individual and organizational knowledge, and create safer spaces across campus. By offering a multi-level, modular program, the PSN is able to reach those with less knowledge on the topics covered, as well as those who have more experience with them.

Why should you participate?

Because you care about creating a safer community on campus for everyone, and increasing the visibility of folks who are dedicated to making this a reality.

Questions?

Email Masashi, our Positive Space Network person.