The Kansas State Collegian hosted an Ask Me Live session with K-State LGBT Resource Center Coordinator Brandon Haddock.
We’re sorry if Haddock didn’t get to your question in time, but check back later as we will have more guests throughout the year!
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Brandon Haddock is the Coordinator for the K-State LGBT Resource Center. With a background in the Geosciences, Haddock is currently focusing his A.B.D in Geography research in rural sexualities and gender identities, and the attachment to rural place and space.
Haddock has worked in LGBT education and advocacy work for over 20 years with such organizations as AIDS Project of the Ozarks, Gay and Lesbian Community Center of the Ozarks, and the Human Rights Campaign.
For those who choose to place identity in a proverbial box, Haddock is cis-gender appearing, asegi* identifying, polyamorous, with gay tendencies.
*(asegi) is a Cherokee word created for a project by America Meredith to help spread the Cherokee language. She defines the word as queer or identifying outside of the binary in one’s sexuality and/or gender identity. Many also refer to themselves as asegi udanto (other-heart).
ABOUT LGBT RESOURCE CENTER
The K-State LGBT Resource Center is dedicated to helping the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender students, staff and faculty and allied members of campus and surrounding communities to be more secure, educated and productive in their personal and professional surroundings.
It is the goal of the Resource Center to promote equity, respect and social justice through programs, outreach and education.
The center is open to all and provides information regarding resources available to those of differing sexualities and gender identities, and helps to build and nurture a diverse and inclusive campus community that supports all aspects of the curricular and co-curricular lives of K-State students, faculty, staff and community members.