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Trans-forming Gender

Originally founded as a Trans-Forming Emory, Trans-Forming Gender was first offered as a discussion group in Fall 2012. This group explores gender in a broad way while focusing on trans* experiences. Open to students who identify as genderqueer, transgender, transsexual, gender nonconforming, or gender questioning.

When: Spring 2017: Mondays from 5:00PM-6:00PM

Where: 232E Dobbs University Center-Office of LGBT Life

Facilitators

Anais

Anaïs Hussung

Hey! I’m a senior studying sociology and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, focusing as much as possible on trans issues. I grew up in the tiny community of New Market, Tennessee, just about 4 hours north of Emory. I’m way into trans theory, and political theory generally, as well as political organizing (especially intersectional, anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian work). I love writing, playing, singing, and listening to music in half a dozen genres (but especially folk). My other hobbies include wishing I had time to read and wishing I had energy to cook. I’m super excited about building trans community and making more spaces open to, supportive of, and centered on trans people, through this discussion group and elsewhere! 

 

  

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