There are many student organizations related to queer issues and identities on campus. A few examples of organized groups include:
BELLIG: To create a drag group for performances and experience-oriented learning regarding the process of Drag
ESQUE: A queer performance group
QueerWes: To create an all-inclusive, cohesive group of queer persons and allies on Wesleyan’s campus in order to better organize and communicate with the university
SPECTRUM: a confidential social organization that provides a safe space to address the specific needs of queer students of color
Queer Support Group: a weekly support group for LGBTQIAA+ students
Queer life at Wesleyan is constantly evolving and there are many opportunities for students to get involved with shaping its structure. In addition, new student groups can be created at any time and many events happen throughout the year outside of these groups’ activities. Community members find out about all of these and other opportunities on the listserv endlessacronym, named for the seemingly endless letters in LGBTQQFAGIPBDSM… Allies are welcome to join the list too.
To sign up, send an e-mail to email@example.com with a blank subject line and “subscribe endlessacronym” in the body of the e-mail.