In-line with the University’s regulations as a result of COVID-19 this event will not be taking place in Semester 1 2020. Please stay tuned for alternative dates for this event, and other online events, by checking this calendar.
Social institutions have a huge impact on our mental and physical health, and the kind of help we are able to access. Queer people suffer the brunt of mental and physical health practices that aren’t suited to or accepting of them.
We present to you a warm, comfortable social collective for y’all to be gay, munch on some snacks and chat about anything- that terrible lecture you have to go to, or your favourite anime. Safe spaces for the winnnn! ♥ come have funnnn
Monday 12-1pm, Disability Space, Level 3, Union House.
This collective is autonomous to queer and questioning people with disabilities: mental, physical, visible and invisible.
UMSU Disabilities and UMSU Queer acknowledge that the land on which we gather belongs to the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations, We pay our respect to elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereingty was never ceded, this always was and always will be Aboriginal land.