SGD in the News
With the University of Kansas educating roughly 28,000 students each year, the campus has provided gender-affirming resources to meet the needs of students regardless of race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation and more.
Students who identify as LGBTQI+ are encouraged to research health and wellness centers, health services tailored for LGBTQI+-identifying students, primary care, preventive care, counseling services, and any other services that are important and relevant to the queer community.
Ash Wilson, director of the Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity at KU, and David Mai, assistant teaching professor in the Department of Film & Media Studies, were awarded the grant fo
Last Saturday marked the end of “Gaypril,” a yearly celebration of the queer community at the University of Kansas.