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Identity Groups

Make friends and find support at the LGBT Resource Center biweekly identity groups. The identity groups are peer-led discussion groups that explore diverse identities within the LGBT community. All of our groups welcoming all identities including ally and questioning!

Remember, this are peer-led discussion groups, not support groups. There will be no therapist or other accredited mental health professional present. For more information on support groups with a counselor, please contact the counseling center at (904) 620-2602. 

If you have any questions about our identity groups, please email Dwan Love-Dinkens at d.love@unf.edu

Grey Spectrum

Grey Spectrum is a peer led identity group for people who are questioning or identify on the Grey Spectrum. Identities include but are not limited to: asexual, aromantic, demisexual and demiromantic, etc. 

 

The "L" Word

The "L" Word will offer themed discussions on coming out, relationships, stereotypes and labels, and family dynamics. This group is for any students who wish to discuss social and personal issues falling on the female/feminine and lesbian spectrum, including non-binary, gender nonconforming and trans students, bisexual women, queer folks, etc.  

Unmasking Masculinity

Unmasking Masculinity will offer themed discussions on coming out, relationships, gender identity and new group topics as interest emerges. This group is for any students who wish to discuss social and personal issues falling on the male/masculine spectrum, including women, non-binary and trans students, gay and bisexual men, queer folks, etc. 

Trans Talks

Trans Talks is a peer led social and discussion group that allows for transgender individuals to meet and discuss a wide range of topics associated with being transgender.  The group is open to all individuals under the Transgender Spectrum including but not limited to: Transgender, Genderqueer, Genderfluid, and Agender.  The first meeting of each month is open to allies.