LGBTQ+ Programming

Due to COVID-19, we are continuing to offer the majority of our LGBTQ+ programming virtually.


Sex Ed for All

Facilitated by Public Health Educator Mary Connor-Hill, our goal with Sex Ed for All is to provide sex education inclusive of all genders and sexual orientations, answering questions, and sharing information around safer sex practices.


Queer Film Series

To access the films in the OIE Queer Film Series, as well as hundreds of other documentaries, independent films, and classic blockbuster pictures, follow these instructions!
  • Visit Kanopy.com
  • Click “Get Started”
  • Select “Find Your University”
  • Search for: University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Click “Login to UNCG” and enter your UNCG credentials (used for your email, UNCGenie, etc)
  • At this point, you can opt to make an account to receive marketing communication from Kanopy, or you may select “skip” and begin viewing!
  • Search for the films in the OIE At Home Movie Series and enjoy other titles as well!

Our Gender and Sexuality Educators have put together interactive movie guides for the following films, available through Kanopy:

  1. Moonlight
  2. Out In The Night

Drag Out The Vote

Facilitated by Ryan McKeel, LGBTQ+ Advocacy and Outreach Graduate Assistant

Available anytime

Join the OIE’s Ryan McKeel as they interview KayKay Lavelle about the upcoming election. KayKay is a local drag queen and activist who’s been working with Drag Out The Vote!


Baby How You Feelin’? Celebrating Body Positivity in the Queer Community

Available anytime

In partnership with the UNCG’s Campus Violence Response Center, navigate through this virtual workshop that unpacks and uplifts body positivity in Queer communities. This workshop includes self-guided activities to help you love your body through radical self-love practices!


LGBTQ+Lunch and Learn: Campus Climate for Queer Students

Facilitated by George Still, UNCG Student Affairs

Facilitated live Tuesday, April 14th, 12:30-1:30pm EST | Recording available anytime

In Spring 2019, The iBelong Project was launced to understand the student experiences at UNCG., utilizing the Culturally Engaging Campus Environments (CECE) survey developed by the National Institute for Transformation and Equity. In this workshop, we will dissect some of this data, particularly considering implications for queer-identified students.


LGBTQ+ and Abroad (in collaboration with UNCG Study Abroad) 

Facilitated live Tuesday, April 7th, 5pm | Recording available anytime

Join students that have studied abroad for a round table discussion centered around their experiences as LGBTQ+ and allied students. Students considering or preparing for international travel will get a chance to hear common anticipations before departure, gather insight on life abroad, and understand what it’s like to adjust to life back home as an LGBTQ+ student.


Queering Campus History: The LGBTQ+ History of UNC Greensboro

Available anytime

Spend an hour with Stacey Krim, University Archivist at UNC Greensboro, as she takes you through the rich queer history of our campus and community.

Access the video presentation here:

Queering Campus History: The LGBTQ+ History of UNC Greensboro

For more information and questions for reflection, click here!


UNCG Pride Month: LGBTQ+ History Panel Discussion

Available anytime

In celebration of UNC Greensboro’s PRIDE Month in April of 2017, the University Libraries and the Office of Intercultural Engagement sponsored a panel of volunteers, featuring current students, alumni, and faculty who identify as LGBTQ+. The perspective of the LGBTQ+ history of UNCG based upon these panelists spans from the 1970s until present, elaborating upon the gap-filled evidence represented in the university’s historical record.

Access the video presentation here:

UNCG Pride Month: LGBT History Panel Discussion

For more information and questions for reflection, click here!


PRIDE! of the Community: Documenting LGBTQ+ History in the Triad 

Available anytime

PRIDE! Of the Community: Documenting LGBTQ History in the Triad is the first large-scale initiative to document the LGBTQ+ history of the Triad (Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point) area of North Carolina. This is a National Endowment of the Humanities funded project in partnership with Guilford Green intended to preserve and make accessible the history of the LGBTQ+ community of the Piedmont Triad of North Carolina. On the project website, you can find a variety of archived items, including: photographic, letters, documents, scrapbooks, and fliers.

For more information, an assignment, and questions for reflection, click here!


Through a Queer Lens: Reflection in Bias, Privilege, and Social Norms

Available anytime

Through the use of Project Implicita non-profit organization and collaboration between researchers interested in implicit social cognition, this activity is meant to help you think critically about bias, privilege, and social norms through a LGBTQ+ lens. 

For more information, an assignment, and questions for reflection, click here!


Privilege for Sale

Available anytime

This interactive activity creates space and opportunity for participants to practice empathy and understanding through an exploration of privileges that relate to queer identities and communities. 

For more information, an assignment, and questions for reflection, click here!


First Impressions of Gender Diverse Identities

This activity helps participants begin to reflect on their experiences and socialization around transgender identity and people. Answer the questions as honestly as possible, trying to think about specific ways in which you learned about LGBTQ+ and gender diverse identities and communities.

For more information on this activity, and questions for reflection, click here!