Beyond the Stereotype Campaign: There is Pride
Beyond the Stereotype: There is Pride is a Poster campaign designed to encourage understanding and empathy towards the LGBTQA community by giving
people a platform to share their experiences and speak out against discrimination.
The campaign features CSUSM students, faculty and staff in posters that we hope will
facilitate a timely conversation on gender and sexuality, multifaceted and intersectional
identities, and allyship. Beyond the Stereotype: There is Pride is led by the CSUSM Office of Inclusive Excellence in partnership with the Gender Equity Center and theLGBTQA Pride Center.
This page is designed to provide information and resources to accompany the Beyond
the StereotypePlease feel free to use this information to supplement any projects,
classroom curriculum, activities, events; etc. Anyone who feels they do not have the
background to present on this topic is encouraged to work with the Gender Equity Center and/or the LGBTQA Pride Center to support or collaborate any of their ongoing work. This information is intended
to be helpful but not by any means to be all encompassing. Check back frequently for
updated information. If you would like to recommend any information for this page
you can do so by sending an e-mail to email@example.com with the subject heading "Recommendations for the Beyond the Stereotype: There is
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List of External Resources
- Eric Kofer.Opening the classroom closet?
- Barnard, I. (1993). Bibliography for an anti-homo phobic pedagogy: A resource for students, teachers,
administrators, and activists. Feminist Teacher, 7(3), 50–52.
- Kuyper, L., & Bos, H. (2016). Mostly heterosexual and lesbian/gay young adults: Differences
in mental health and substance use and the role of minority stress. Journal of Sex Research, 53, 731–741. doi: 10.1080/00224499.2015.1071310
- Williams, Kimberlé Crenshaw. “Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics and Violence against Women
of Color.” In: Martha Albertson Fineman, Rixanne Mykitiuk, Eds. The Public Nature of Private
Violence. (New York: Routledge, 1994), p. 93-118.
- Jasbir Puar. ‘I would rather be a cyborg than a goddess’ Intersectionality, Assemblage, and Affective
Politics, eipcp, 01 2011.
- Sirma Bilge, Université de Montréal. Developing Intersectional Solidarities: A Plea for Queer Intersectionality. Tuesday, October 18, 2011
- .Somerville, Siobhan. Queering the Color Line: Race and the Invention of Homosexuality in America. 2000
- Lawston, Jodie M. 2018. Sociology: Structure and Change. Pearson Education.
- McRuer, Robert. Compulsory Able-Bodiedness and Queer/Disabled Existence. In Lennard J. Davis, ed. The Disability Studies Reader. 2nd ed. Routledge. 88-99. 2006.
- Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2009). Coming out and negotiating heteronormativity in higher
education. Lesbian & Gay Psychology Review, 10, 3–7.
- Elizabeth, A. (2013). Challenging the binary: Sexual identity that is not duality. Journal of Bisexuality, 13, 329–337. doi: 10.1080/15299716.2013.813421
- hooks, b. (1994). Teaching to transgress: Education as the practice of freedom. New York, NY: Routledge.
- Lennon, E., & Mistler, B. J. (2014). Cisgenderism. Transgender Studies Quarterly, 1, 63–64. doi: 10.1215/23289252-2399623
- Intersectional Identities. LGBT Resource Center, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.
- Guide to Allyship - An ever-evolving and growing open source guide meant to provide you with the resources
for becoming a more effective ally. What this guide covers: What is an ally?, Why allies are necessary, The Work of Allyship (dos and don’ts), How to handle mistakes. http://www.guidetoallyship.com/
- Roxanne Gay, 2016, “On Making Black Lives Matter,” Marie Claire, http://www.marieclaire.com/culture/a21423/roxane-gay-philando-castile-alton-sterling/
- Christopher Keelty, 2016, “Why I dislike the term ally,” Medium, https://medium.com/@keeltyc/why-i-dislike-the-term-ally-f1635e04b82f
- Sparkforhumanity, 2017, “Why I don’t use the term ally,” Spark for Humanity, http://spark4humanity.com/why-i-dont-use-the-term-ally/
- National Center for Transgender Equality. 2016. Supporting the Transgender People
in your Life: On Being a Good Ally. https://transequality.org/issues/resources/supporting-the-transgender-people-in-your-life-a-guide-to-being-a-good-ally
- Tips for Allies of Transgender People. 2016. https://www.glaad.org/transgender/allies
- Human Rights Campaign. 2014. Coming Out as a Supporter: A Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Americans
- Dastagir, A. E. (2016). LGBTQ Definitions Every Good Ally Should Know. USA Today. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/06/15/lgbtq-glossary-slang-ally-learn-language/101200092/
- Bisexuality 101. Bisexual Resource Center. https://biresource.org/bisexuality-101/
- Speak out as an LGBT ally: #gotyourback pledge. GLAAD. https://www.glaad.org/gotyourback
- Straight for Equality: https://www.straightforequality.org/allyresources
- Transgender Ally Resources from USC: https://lgbtrc.usc.edu/trans/transgender/
- Campus Pride: https://theshaananigans.wordpress.com/2013/02/16/ally-is-not-an identity/, https://www.campuspride.org/resources/how-to-be-an-lgbt-ally/
CSUSM Campus Resources
- GAyPRIL at CSUSM
- Gender Equity Center The Gender Equity Center (GEC) is an inclusive space which promotes positive interactions
in a diverse environment at California State University San Marcos.
- LGBTQA Pride Center. The LGBTQA Pride Center (PC) is an inclusive space which promotes positive interactions
in a diverse environment. The PC strives to provide a space that celebrates and affirms
students who identify with all genders and sexualities in the LGBTQ community and
their allies at California State University San Marcos.
- LGBTQA Faculty Staff Association-The mission of LGBTQA FSA is to address the needs of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender
Queer people and allies (LGBTQA) on campus, to serve the LGBTQA community, and to
promote the various LGBTQA cultures.
- LGBTQIA Safe Space- This group will provide a safe and supportive environment for persons who identify
as LGBTQIA, those who might be questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity,
and those who would like support as they navigate the coming out process. Come join
us to meet new people, build a sense of community, and to share your experiences (both
the benefits and challenges) of being LGBTQIA.
- Rainbow Recognition Ceremony
- CSUSM Trans Resources- We strive to make our community centers safe and brave spaces for students to build
a community that embraces all of their identities. Visit the centers to pick up a
pronoun button, attend an event, or meet great people! Nervous about visiting the
center, make an appointment to meet somewhere else on campus by sending an e-mail
to Abrahán Monzón, Assistant Director of ASI Community Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Safe Zone Training
- TGNC Task Force Report & Recommendations (Recommendation Progress update coming soon)
- University Library LGBTQ Studies Guide
Legal Resources (San Diego County)
Best Companines for LGBTQ workers- All companies on this website: meet the following 4 criteria:
- Non-discrimination policies across business entities
- Equitable benefits for LGBTQ workers and their families
- Internal education and accountability metrics to promote LGBTQ inclusion competency
- Public commitment to LGBTQ equality
- A Resource for Coming Out
- Campus Pride Index- The campus pride index has been the premier LGBTQ benchmarking tool for colleges
and universities to create safer, more inclusive campus communities. The free online
tool allows prospective students, families/parents and those interested in higher
education to search a database of LGBTQ-friendly campuses who have come out to improve
the academic experience and quaility of campus life.
- Dastagir, A. E. 2016. The imaginary predator in the bathroom. USA Today. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2016/04/28/transgender-bathroom-bills-discrimination/32594395/ (1 minute embedded video)
- LGBTQ+ Comprehensive Health & Well-being Guide
- LGBT Ted Talks Videos
- LGBTQIA Resource Center Glossary, UC Davis
- oSTEM-out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics- oSTEM is a national society
dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQA communities in the STEM
- Out in Business- Out in Business positions all Foster MBA students to be leaders of LGBTQ+ inclusion
in business, both through providing a welcoming community for LGBTQ+ students, and
demonstrating the importance of equality in business.
- Outie Awards- The “Outies” are awarded at the annual Out & Equal Workplace Summit. Outie Awards
recognize individuals and organizations who are leaders in advancing equality for
lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in workplaces globally.
- Out in Tech-As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, we provide resources and mentorship to ensure career access
for LGBTQ youth and provide web services for LGBTQ activists around the world.
- Pronouns Matter
- Substance Abuse Prevention for the LGBTQ+ Community
Beyond the Stereotype Partners
The posters are the product of collaboration with many collaborators across campus;(below),
and the work was led by the Office of Inclusive Excellence in partnership with the
Gender Equity Center and LGBTQA Pride Center.
- Andrew Spieldenner, Assistant Professor, Communication
- Arun Sethuraman, Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
- Char Booth, Associate Dean, University Library
- Cynthia Chavez Metoyer, Faculty Director, Community Engagement
- Dreama Moon, Professor, Communication
- Jay Robertson Howell, Psychologist, Student Heath & Counseling Services
- Jodie Lawston, Faculty Director, Community Engagement
- Kendra Rivera, Associate Professor, Communication
- Michelle Ramos Pellicia, Associate Professor, Modern Language Studies
- Abrahan Monzon, Associate Director, Gender Equity Center
- Ariel Stevenson, Diversity Coordinator, Inclusive Excellence)
- Hunter Chanove, USU/Campus Recreation Marketing & Media Coordinator
- Kate Crocker, Library Communications Specialist
- Lisa Dickinson , USU Associate Director)
- Robert Aiello-Hauser, Director of Student Engagement and Inclusion., LGBTQA Pride
- Talitha Matlin, Interim Outreach Librarian
- Toni Olivas, Interim Inclusion and Engagement librarian
- Scott Colson, Marketing Coordinator, University Dining
Please note: It is intentional that campaign participants are only identified by first