Creating an opportunity for people to ask the questions they’re afraid to ask — with less risk.
20 mins Activities
Necessary supplies Participant handout sheet One piece of scrap paper (optional) Pens/pencils Goals & objectives To provide an opportunity for participants to empathetically connect and reflect on the experience of having (or not having) privilege To acknowledge and investigate privilege. Most commonly people see this as heterosexual privilege but this can be used to explore… Read more »
Utilizing a handy handout explaining the LGBTQ acronym followed by a mini lecture using the Genderbread Person as a guide, this activity ensures participants understand the important difference between gender, sex, and sexual orientation.
The opportunity to ask questions anonymously is key to creating an open discussion and eliciting the topics that participants are most interested in.
This small group activity asks participants to “Imagine you live in a world without any privileges.” Then “Which would you choose to buy access to?”
An activity to get to know common (and some less common) LGBTQ related vocabulary!
An opportunity for participants to practice and game plan how they would handle particular situations regarding gender, sexuality and LGBTQ issues in everyday life.
This activity focuses on what are our salient identities in particular circumstances. How do our different identities intersect, interact, and affect our daily lives.