In an effort to promote LGBTQ policy and visibility, the publicly-funded University of Alaska, Anchorage is hosting a “Drag Workshop” for students who may be interested in becoming stage performers.
Coordinated by the school’s newly launched Pride Center, the drag event will occur in the Student Union Den on April 20.
“Dreaming of your drag debut? Come be in community, learn about drag, and participate in a workshop with leaders of our drag community,” a flyer for the event states. “Come dressed in your best and we’ll provide the rest.”
The workshop includes a drag performance by The Imperial Court of all Alaska, one of the state’s leading LGBTQ activist organizations.
Earlier this year, UAA unveiled its new Pride Center which now actively pushes for increased services, events and policies that promote and highlight the controversial gender ideology associated with identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and two-spirit.
The center has also become ground zero for the school’s so-called “Rainbow Initiatives,” which include, among other goals, ensuring that gender-confused students have full access to bathrooms that are traditionally reserved for the opposite sex, and hosting gender sensitivity trainings on the use of so-called “non-binary personal pronouns” such as they/them.
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