1. Where is the Pride Center located?
What are the hours that the Pride Center is open?
Who works at the Pride Center?
Which department oversees the Pride Center?
How can I contact the Pride Center?
What is the history of the Pride Center?
2. LGBTQQIA Resource's
What is the difference between the Pride Center, the Rainbow Continuum, and the ASOSU Queer Affairs Task Force?
What programs does the Pride Center put on?
Can I still use these resources if I’m not an OSU student?
Are there any LGBTQQIA resources that are off-campus?
Have you ever read that one book by that one person, and it was, like, about their life and stuff?
How can I get more involved with the LGBTQQIA community?
Are there any scholarships for LGBTQQIA people?
3. Coming Out/Being Out
I want to come out to my parents, but I’m not sure how I should tell them.
What if I come out to someone, and they don’t accept me?
My child just came out. Where can I go as a parent to get information and support?
What is National Coming Out Day?
What are HIV and AIDS?
Where can I get tested for HIV/AIDS?
What is the difference between confidential and anonymous testing?
Do LGBTQQI people have children?
Wouldn’t LGBTQQI parents raise LGBTQQI children?
Is there an organization for LGBTQQI people who have children?
Is there an organization for children of LGBTQQI parents?
What is the current legal status of gay marriage?
6. Discrimination and Violence
How are LGBTQQIA people discriminated against?
What can someone do to report discrimination?
How can allies help to end discrimination?
7. Terms and Definitions
What do the letters LGBTQQIA stand for?
What do the colors of the rainbow flag mean?
What other symbols does the LGBTQQIA community have?
What does ________ mean?
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