The Queer Conference is student-led, and aims to offer an accountable and supportive environment to further explore a wide range of topics and their intersections, such as race, genders, sexualities, ability, class, kink, survival strategies, and many more, in a specifically queer context.
The Queer Conference strives to provide a safer space for engaging, learning, and fostering community with a wide range of workshops, panels, performances, and lectures by student leaders, Five College faculty and staff, off-campus educators, and nationally-known performers and speakers.
Friday, March 1 will be a youth day open to high school-aged folks. Programs on Saturday and Sunday will be aimed at a college-aged audience, but everyone is welcome. The conference is free and open to everyone.
The Annual Five College Queer Gender and Sexuality Conference is a community effort. To receive updates on how to get involved, go to: