Discussion and Support Groups
Athlete Ally is an organization that strives to make sports an inclusive space for everyone, regardless of sexual or gender identity. Princeton's AA chapter is focused on raising awareness in athletics and giving allies on campus a means to express their support for the LGBTQA community. We are interested in recruiting all allies, straight, gay, trans, bi, asexual, label rejecting, etc. Anyone can be an Athlete Ally! This group meets biweekly. Contact: cjlamber@ or emeyers@
Beyond the Binary
This is a group for students who do not identify as straight and also do not identify as gay or lesbian. If you feel you are straddling the line between both communities or as if your identity is beyond the binary, this is a discussion group where you can speak with other students about identity, orientation, relationships, and finding community. For more information, contact the LGBT Center.
Class of 2018 Group
The first-year group is for LGBT and questioning students. The group meets every Friday over lunch, which is provided. Join us each week for amazing food and great conversation. For more information, contact the LGBT Center.
Home Away From Home
Home Away From Home is a monthly dinner gathering for international, as well as internationally minded, LGBTQA undergraduate and graduate students. Whether you just moved to Princeton or identify as an international student, join us for dialogue about cultural differences we experience as LGBTQA students. Contact email@example.com.
A confidential discussion group for asexual and questioning students of all sexual orientations and gender identities. For more information, contact the LGBT Center.
Queering the Color Line Family Dinner
This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBT students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which is provided. This group currently meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. 10/8 and 12/10 will be at the Women’s Center (Frist Campus Center, Room 243) and 11/12 will be at the Fields Center. For more information, contact the LGBT Center, Carl A. Fields Center, or Women's Center.
Self, Sexuality, and Gender
Formally known as the Coming Out Group, this is an opportunity for LGBTQ students or those questioning or exploring their sexuality or gender identity to come together and talk in a confidential and supportive setting. We’ll discuss coming out, family, dating, Princeton campus culture, dealing with stigma, and other topics members choose. For more information and for the date and time, contact Dr. Joe Cooper: firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-258-3285.
Transcending Boundaries/The Gender Group
Transcending Boundaries (The Gender Group) is a supportive and confidential place for questioning, genderqueer, and trans students to discuss topics such as: gender identity, friends & family, transitioning, and navigating campus.For more information, contact the LGBT Center.