Weekly discussions are hosted by PRISM, a group founded by Yale undergrads to provide a safe and welcoming space for LGBTQ people of color to meet and discuss issues pertaining to their identities and experiences. Its discussions and events are open to all in the Yale community.
OutLaws is an organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer members of the Law School community. Outlaws goals are to provide support for and educate the Yale Law School community and beyond about legal issues affecting LGBTQ persons as well as to provide a community for LGBTQ-identified people within YLS. Founded in the early 1970s, OutLaws sponsors speakers, supports activism, hosts social events, and represents Yale Law School atLGBTQ legal conferences and events.
oSTEM is a national organization dedicated to promoting the visibility and leadership of LGBTQ individuals in the STEM fields. As Yale’s graduate school chapter, we seek to uphold this mission, as well as create a community among LGBTQ individuals on campus and participate in educational events geared towards faculty and students (LGBTQ and not). We welcome anyone, regardless of sexuality, gender identity, or status within Yale, willing to help with this cause to join the group.