STAFF network for UCL LGBT employees (and PhD students) What does the network do? The group networks through lunches and evening events. How do I become a member?

Jeremy Bentham, the founder of UCL, was one of the earliest philosophers to argue for decriminalisation of homosexuality and equal rights for homosexuals and UCL strives to continue this egalitarian tradition today. OUT@UCL

Out@UCL is a staff social network for le***an, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) staff at UCL to get to know each other and take part in social events. The group was set up in Ju

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How you can help 30/05/2016

How you can help We need to collect information from individuals, groups and businesses who, in different ways, have contributed in the past and/or currently contribute towards LGBTQI communities, and who use, work…

Out@UCL q***r film night: Pride in the UK 17/06/2015

Out@UCL q***r film night: Pride in the UK
6-8.30pm Monday, 22 June
Roberts Building, Malet Place, Room 1.02

Out@UCL q***r film night: Pride in the UK Come along to an evening of short films, both documentary and drama, looking across the le***an, gay, trans and q***r spectrum in Britain. The theme of this programme will be 'Pride in the UK'. Drinks and nibbles will be provided. The film programme will be followed by a Q&A with some of…


UCL LGBTQ+ Network Lunch - Tuesday, 21st April from 12-2pm in the Conference Room, Bloomsbury Theatre Building

Professor Anthony Smith, LBGTQ+ champion on the Provost’s Senior Management Team, would like to invite all Le***an, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender UCL staff to an informal lunch on Tuesday, 21st April from 12-2pm in the Conference Room, Bloomsbury Theatre Building, 15 Gordon Square WC1H 0AY. This is an opportunity for LGBTQ+ staff to get together for a social lunch and share some ideas about how UCL can best support staff. Currently we have the virtual Out@UCL network, A Q***r Space Reading Group and a developing Research Network. If you identify as LGBTQ+ and are not already a member of the informal Out@UCL network, are there things that could make this more useful to you? If you are a member, what else could the network and UCL do to support you better? Lunch will be provided so please RSVP to Fiona Addison [email protected].

Timeline photos 03/02/2015

LGBTQ Histories at UCL, 25 February 2015, 6–8pm.

Scheduled to coincide with Le***an, Gay, Bisexual, Trans History Month, this event will include short talks on some of UCL’s particularly celebrated alumni. It will also be an opportunity to discuss some of challenges we face when trying to ‘reclaim’ or ‘out’ figures from past who may not have understood themselves in terms of categories such as le***an, gay, bisexual, transgender or q***r.

With contributions from Bob Mills (History of Art Department, UCL), Alex Parsons (English Department, UCL), and Jeffrey Weeks (Emeritus Professor, London South Bank).

This event will take place in the Wilkins Garden Room, UCL. It be followed by a reception. All welcome, booking not necessary.

Organised by the Le***an, Gay, Bisexual, Trans* and Q***r Research Network at UCL and UCL LGBTQ Equality Advisory Group.

UCL Equianocentre - Events 26/01/2015

Q***r Black Spaces 2 at UCL, hosted by the Equiano Centre

UCL Equianocentre - Events Join us for an evening showcasing different expressions and histories of Black q***r lives,followed by drinks and music. The evening includes fiction readings,poetry, and talks exploring current research on Black LGBTQ lives from the early twentieth century to contemporary Britain. The speakers expl…

TRANSforming Spaces 23/01/2015

New website from UCL graduate student Laura Marshall's photographic research project 'exploring ways that (trans)masculinity is experienced and expressed and how this shapes and is shaped by the nature and norms of different types of spaces and social situations' https://transformationsuk.wordpress.com/

TRANSforming Spaces Exploring the experiences of men living in London and Yorkshire

Timeline photos 16/11/2014

UCL's inaugural LGBTQ Research Network event Q***R ZOO is filling up fast - spaces are limited so reserve your place to avoid disappointment for this night of provocations and performances on naming and taxonomy

Why have 53% of le***an and bisexual teenagers self harmed in the previous year and what can be... 08/10/2014

"Why have 53% of le***an and bisexual teenagers self harmed in the previous year and what can be done about it?"

You are invited to…..

The showing of a recent TEDxUCLWomen talk on how to tackle homophobia, by UCL Senior Teaching Fellow Catherine Purkiss followed by a panel discussion with panelists James Taylor, Stonewall’s Head of Policy; a representative of UCL Student Psychological Service and Catherine Purkiss. Representatives from other charities working in the field have also been invited to contribute. There will be an opportunity for questions from the floor as part of this discussion.

The event is supported by the UCL Le***an, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Equalities Advisory Group (LEAG) and is for both staff and students at UCL and other London Universities and anyone else interested in the topic.

The film and panel discussion will be followed by a drinks reception, at the same venue. An excellent opportunity to network with LGBT+ people across staff/student divisions and also from other London Universities.

Non LGBT+ staff and students are also very welcome.

This event is free, but small donations to Stonewall are encouraged; information about the charity will be available at the event.

UCL Lankester Lecture Theatre, Medawar Building, Gower Street

Monday 20th of October 2014, 5 - 7pm plus drinks reception until 8.30pm.

To book your ticket follow this link: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/why-have-53-of-le***an-and-bisexual-teenagers-self-harmed-in-the-previous-year-and-what-can-be-done-tickets-13223312283
If you would like to find out more about the Out@UCL, UCL’s LGBT+ Staff Network, visit: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/equalities/lgbt/lgbt_group.php

Why have 53% of le***an and bisexual teenagers self harmed in the previous year and what can be... You are invited to….. The showing of a recent TEDxUCLWomen talk on how to tackle homophobia, by UCL Senior Teaching Fellow Catherine Purkiss. Followed by a panel discussion, with guests including the Head of Policy at Stonewall. The event is organised jointly by Fiona Addison, Co Chair the UCL Les…

The Project 05/06/2014

Call for participants to take part in TRANSforming Spaces, a visual research project that explores ways in which (trans)masculinity is experienced in London http://transformingspaces.tumblr.com/TheProject. Please share and respond

The Project “There is a wide diversity in our understanding of what gender is and how it should be displayed. Gender is not a dichotomy but a splendid array of diverse experiences and performances” Petra L Doan...



A reminder that the next UCL Q***r Space Reading Group meeting will be Tuesday 13 May 2014, from 18:00.

13 May 2014, 18:00 - Llewelyn Davies room (LG01) (Basement), Central House, 14 Upper Woburn Place, WC1H 0NN.

This session will be run by Dr Bojan Aleksov, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

How do LGBT and q***r-identifying persons operate within and associate with the socio-economic structures of capitalism and neoliberalism?

These issues will be explored in reference to two readings.

1. Sears, Alan (2005). "Q***r Anti-Capitalism: What's Left of Le***an and Gay Liberation?". Science & Society 69, no. 1 (Jan): 92-112.

2. Woltersdorff, Volker (N.D). "Neoliberalism and its Homophobic Discontents." Interalia. A Journal of Q***r Studies.

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