Queer Voices: Relationships with Tony Vo
February 9, 2021
Queer Voices is a monthly discussion and workshop group that is open to all LGBTQIA+ UT students.
The workshop's purpose is to create an open, welcoming, respectful and confidential environment where LGBTQIA+ students can get support from peers and explore topics related to mental health that impact daily life. The virtual meetings will focus on particular topics, and the facilitators will provide information and skills to address various concerns. Queer Voices conversations take an intersectional approach with highlighting racial/cultural identities, inclusive of open/poly relationships, and inclusive of asexual folks. Please note that discussion groups are not therapy groups. All CMHC groups are free and confidential.
Save the Date for the First Queer Voices where Dr. Joey Hannah will be talking to Tony Vo, Assistant Director of the Center for Asian American Studies & long time GSC collaborator about relationships, romance, hookups, and Love in the Time of Covid-19.
As we approach Valentine’s Day, come join us for a discussion about relationships as queer people. We want to take a closer look at the early messages we get about expectations for love and partnership, and how to push through that to figure out what works best for you. This conversation will include intersectional experiences of relationships with an emphasis on race/culture, inclusive of open and poly structures, and inclusive of asexual folx.
Dates: The dates of all Queer Voices sessions for spring 2021 are 2/9, 3/9, 4/6, and 5/4. All will take place 2-3:30pm.
Registration - Participants can register at tinyurl.com/qvatut .
For questions or more information - Contact Joey Hannah.