The T-House is a community gathering space and event series for transmasculine and masculine of center individuals including trans men, nonbinary people, genderfluid people, butches, studs, two spirit people who identify with transmasculinity in any way, and anyone who feels included by the phrase "transmasculine and masculine of center people" regardless of specific gender identity or affectional orientation.
Please fill out our T-House interest form for more information and to subscribe to our email list. All are welcome to attend, and in this space we will be centering and honoring the lives and experiences of transmasculine and masculine of center people.
Join the T-House and the LGBT Studies Department for a community discussion and workshop on dating, relationships, and sexual health in the transmasculine community! We will be looking at how transmasculine and masculine of center people approach sex, bodies, and love, and how this interrupts cisheteronormativity and uplifts queer people of all stripes.
Join us at 1 PM PST by clicking here!
In honor of Bi Health Month, the T-House is excited to present a workshop on navigating and accessing healthcare through a transmasculine lens. The workshop will cover some of the common barriers and disparities for both bi+ and trans communities, as well as uplift the experiences and wisdom that transmasculine and masculine of center bi+ people can offer in the world of health. What opportunities for health solidarity can exist between bi+ and transmasculine communities?
Join the T-House at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, March 9th, 2021.
As midterm season approaches, join the T-House in a workshop on self- and community care through a transmasculine lens. Explore ways to show up for each other as the world approaches one year of distanced learning, and discover the ways in which queer community care can help resist the monetized, watered-down versions of self-care.
Join the T-House at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, March 16th, 2021.
In honor of the many holidays being celebrated in the next few months, among them Passover, Easter, Ramadan, Nowruz, Holi, and many others, join the T-House in a community discussion on the role of faith and spirituality in transmasculine and masculine of center communities. What wisdom can transmasculine and masculine of center people offer to communities of faith? How can communities of faith empower and uplift transmasculine and masculine of center people?
Join the T-House at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, March 23rd, 2021.
Fall 2020 Events
October 22nd: T-Party: an Introductory Gathering
October 29th: Halloween Party & Horror Fest
November 5th: Transmasculinities in Fiction
November 12th: Navigating Trans Healthcare
November 19th: Trans Resilience & Community Care
December 3rd: Pre-Finals Movie Night
December 10th: Chanukah Party & Semester Send-off
This event series will take place virtually through the platform Zoom, which can be accessed via computer, tablet, or phone apps, or by your choice of browser.
We will use content notes/trigger warnings as needed. If you are unsure whether an upcoming event will contain potentially fraught material beyond any listed content notes, please feel free to email us and ask.
All films will be captioned in English, and audio description may be available upon request. All images will be alt-texted and/or audio described.
We are not currently anticipating any use of flashing/strobe lights, and if they happen unexpectedly we will take action to remove them from the space.
All types of communication are welcome and encouraged, including speech, sign, text, and AAC (augmented and alternative communication devices).
The QRC is working on securing access to CART (live captioning) and/or ASL interpreting for spoken portions of events, and we will update this site as soon as we have a definitive answer for the availability of these services. For the moment, we do have access to Zoom's autocaption feature. We acknowledge that this is no substitution for CART and ASL interpretation, and ask for patience and understanding as we fight for the implementation of these crucial services in all college events.
If you have any access needs that are not addressed in this statement, please contact DSPS, and feel free to contact us as well so that we can follow up with them if you don't get a response.
T-Party: an Introductory Gathering
Semester Preview: a look at our upcoming events
What Does it Mean to be Transmasculine at CCSF?: a community discussion
Opportunities to connect with transmasculine & masculine of center community members
Info on ways to get involved with the QRC throughout the semester
Halloween & Horror Fest
Horror and Transmasculinity: a discussion on the ways monstrosity and the queercoding of villains shape our sense of self as transmasculine and masculine of center people
DIY Costume Party: a craft decorating space using only common household objects
Online Carnival & Party Games
Note: this event is open to all members of the CCSF community and their loved ones, and we ask that while in this space, the experiences of transmasculine and masculine of center people are honored and uplifted.
Transmasculinities in Fiction
How We Got Here: a community discussion on transmasculine and masculine of center people in movies, TV, video games, books, podcasts, and more
Dreaming Transmasculine Stories: a writing workshop and discussion on empowering ourselves through storytelling
Navigating Trans Healthcare
Navigating the medical world as a transmasculine or masculine of center person: a community skillshare
Imagining Biomedical Transition: a community discussion centered on reinvisioning what access to phyiscal transition looks like
Trans Resilience and Community Care
Creating Community Care: a discussion on creating a world in which transmasculine and masculine of center people care for and are cared for by our communities
Assembling the Toolbox: a discussion and skillshare on grounding, mental health strategies, and ways to get needs met during times of instability
Pre-Finals Movie Night
Viewing and community discussion of the HBO documentary Suited!
Suited is a documentary about Bindle & Keep, a tailor that centers and welcomes trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming clients. The documentary follows along with both the tailors and some of their clients as they make a space where everyone can express themselves through fashion.
Finals Decompression Party
Sneak Peek at Next Semester's Events
Community Menorah Lighting