Everyone is welcome at the Rainbow Center. We pride ourselves on a family-like environment with academic and social opportunities. We have been serving UConn's diverse communities of gender identities, gender expressions, and sexualities since 1998. The fun and amazing staff provides resources and services to the wider campus community of students, faculty, staff, and local residents. Our educational and social programs include weekly peer-facilitated discussion groups , Gender and Sexualities Studies courses, an LGBTQ alternative spring break trip, bi-monthly Friday night socials, the weekly Out to Lunch lecture series , the weekly CommunitE e-newsletter , Rainbow Cinema , a number of unique programs, the annual t-shirt awareness campaign , and a library with over 1,500 books and videos. For the eleventh time in a row, we were honored to host the 25th Annual True Colors Conference on March 16-17, 2018! Look at True Colors on CNN ! Information about the Transgender Lives Conference, happening at the UConn Health Center in Farmington, CT, in April 2018, can be found here .
Stop blaming the itch to be married as a southern thing. That is a universal thing. My friend daughter played the sexual game if you love me you will wait on me and marry me and he did because he knew all she wanted to do was to get married and have sex. She thought she was the special one then only discovered she was just another one. I have always said why is a woman who is waiting to have sex after she gets married is always picking men who are having sex before marriage. Then they act as if it is a badge of honor to marry the “known player” as a message to the sexual women, he married me so I am special. I am having sex and I don’t wanna marry a player. Both parties can marry as virgins and can still be deceived. There will always be the sexual curiosity of being with someone else. That is just human nature.