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PHOTO GALLERY: LGBTQIA+ History Month 2021

Attendees visit tables at the Sextacular event at Joseph Vaughn Plaza during LGBTQIA+ History Month in October.

This year’s LGBTQIA+ History Month featured a variety of activities, including a movie night, a CLP called “Queer Souls: Spiritual Harm and Sacred Wisdom,” and the Out at Furman LGBTQIA+ Brunch.

The Sextacular event, described as “a healthy sexuality fair, promoting physical, mental, spiritual and community wellbeing in relation to sexuality, gender and relationships,” was sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life, Housing and Residential Life, the Student Diversity Council and the Center for Inclusive Communities. It was supported by the Furman Pride Alliance and Religious Rainbow.

Meanwhile, the Center for Inclusive Communities also featured 31 Days of LGBTQIA+ Icons on Instagram.


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