14 4 / 2014

14 4 / 2014

Anonymous said: Do you have to be attending fsu to be I your organization? I'm attending tcc and I don't think they have one.

No you don’t have to attend FSU!

There are many ways to be a part of our group. The first is we have a center open in the Oglesby Union from 10 am - 7 pm where you can come hang out. We have a main room, cafe, library/study room and Netflix/movie room. You can come in at any time.

We host a meeting almost every month, but outside of that we have a lot of events, including drag shows, movie nights, workshops, discussions, bowling nights and even more. So you can always come out to those.

We also have a range of nights in our center such as Out of the House, In the Closet for those who are out in college, but not out at home. Or QTPOC which stands for Queer/Trans* People of Color Night. There are more, but all of them have smaller events you come to.

Here is the link to our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fsupride/which is a great way to stay updated. Also, feel free to email us at Pride@admin.fsu.edu or feel free to ask more questions on here.

09 4 / 2014

06 4 / 2014

cosmo-strosity said: Hey, I'll be attending FSU in the fall and was considering about joining this. Is there anything I should know?

There are many ways to be a part of Pride on campus. The first is we have a center open in the Oglesby Union from 10 am - 7 pm where you can come hang out. We have a main room, cafe, library/study room and Netflix/movie room. You can come in at any time.

We host a meeting almost every month, but outside of that we have a lot of events, including drag shows, movie nights, workshops, discussions, bowling nights and even more. So you can always come out to those.

We also have a range of nights in our center such as Out of the House, In the Closet for those who are out in college, but not out at home. Or QTPOC which stands for Queer/Trans* People of Color Night. There are more, but all of them have smaller events you come to.

Here is the link to our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fsupride/which is a great way to stay updated. Also, feel free to email us at Pride@admin.fsu.edu or feel free to ask more questions on here.

06 4 / 2014

Anonymous said: Is FSU excepting of gay people. I'm from New Jersey and know that the south can be less open minded but have been accepted to FSU and was curious.

Hi! While the South can sometimes be less open-minded, being in Tallahassee but also being on this college-campus, that isn’t as much of a problem.

No matter where you are in the country, there is always the issue of less open-minded people. FSU has those people, like anywhere, but there is also so much room to flourish and be accepted as the person you are.

If you come to Pride, we can definitely help make the transition easier. Feel free to email pride@admin.fsu.edu with any questions you have. Or ask more questions here!

Here is our group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fsupride/

Jarryd, Assistant Director

06 4 / 2014

Anonymous said: hi, i'm going to fsu next fall and i'm a little nervous because i'm not gonna know anyone. i'm closeted in my high school but i'm planning to not be over there. is it easy to meet gay people over there and make friends with them? and how do you do itttt.

Hi! First, congrats on graduating soon!

If you want to meet other gay people at FSU, that won’t be a problem! Pride helps make it easier, because we have a center open 10 am - 7 pm during weekdays where you can come hang out and meet others. We also have meetings, workshops, socials, bowling nights, movie nights, and more.

We also have a group within Pride called, Out of the House, In the Closet for those who are in the closet at home, but out at college.

Even if you don’t come to Pride, by simply getting involved on campus with whatever you’re passionate about, you’ll meet others.

Please join our Facebook group or at least save the link to check out and stay updated about what is going on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fsupride/ We’re also on Twitter @PrideFSU. Let us know if you have any other questions. :)

Sorry for the delay in reply!

- Jarryd, Assistant Director

26 3 / 2014

25 3 / 2014

Wednesday, March 26
9-11 pm at Crenshaw Lanes
Free with FSU ID

Wednesday, March 26

9-11 pm at Crenshaw Lanes

Free with FSU ID

25 3 / 2014

25 3 / 2014