LGBT Department Professor Trinity Ordona is named one of Curve Magazine's 20 Powerful Lesbian Academics!

 
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GLST-10 "Lesbian and Gay Culture and Society" Students

City College of San Francisco, a pioneer in the dhttpevelopment of the field of queer studies, is among the most hospitable campuses for LGBT Studies students in the country. Governed by a College Board that has featured at least one representative from the queer community for the last 15 years, CCSF has over 200 out-of-the-closet administrators, faculty and staff. In addition to queer and queer-friendly student services like Counseling and Student Health, there is also a campus club and partnerships with other campus communities organized around race, ethnicity and gender. All CCSF employees are required to take special sensitivity training in a range of areas, including homophobia, racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, sexual harassment, transphobia, as well as ability rights. More and more, students of all sexual orientations and gender identities have found the offerings in LGBT Studies to be important for their future careers as they strive to become more open to San Francisco's incredibly diverse populations.

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CCSF Outlist

Find an out LGBT CCSF Administrator, Professor, Librarian, or other CCSF employee. Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals are different than many other minority groups in that their minority status can be invisible, you may not know someone's orientation or gender-identity by looking at them. One of the reasons that discrimination exists is because of this invisibility. The City College Outlist was created to help people become more aware that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals are part of our everyday lives. We may be your physician, your newspaper delivery person, the cashier at your local grocery store - or, in this case, your teacher, administrator, or colleague. It is hoped that as people become more aware that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals are real people that we all know, we can move beyond stereotypes and discrimination. The City College Outlist will be part of ongoing community education. Individuals who would like to add their name to the outlist should contact Linda Bacon at lbacon@ccsf.edu or 239-3189.

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Mission Statement


Our core values recognize the interdisciplinary nature of the intersection of sexuality, gender- identity, gender, race, class, ability, and age in understanding the LGBT community. Therefore, we believe interdisciplinary approaches to education are critical. Our courses are accesible to all.

History


History on the first Queer Studies Department in the U.S, which began with a gay literature class in 1978.

CCSF Outlist

Find an out LGBT CCSF Administrator, Professor, Librarian, or other CCSF employee. Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals are different than many other minority groups in that their minority status can be invisible, you may not know someone's orientation by looking at them. One of the reasons that discrimination exists is because of this invisibility. The City College Outlist was created to help people become more aware that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals are part of our everyday lives. We may be your physician, your newspaper delivery person, the cashier at your local grocery store - or, in this case, your teacher, administrator, or colleague. It is hoped that as people become more aware that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals are real people that we all know, we can move beyond stereotypes and discrimination. The City College Outlist will be part of ongoing community education. Individuals who would like to add their name to the outlist should contact Linda Bacon at lbacon@ccsf.edu or 239-3189.

LGBT LOGO Contest Winner!

Winner! The LGBT Studies Department selects New Department Logo!

 
 
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