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Presented By: Spectrum Center

Ace Week Programming

Oct 25th, 27th, 29th, and 30th!

All four Ace Week event titles and dates with a word or two about the kind of event it is. The graphic has the same black, white, purple, and grey color scheme as the asexual pride flag. All four Ace Week event titles and dates with a word or two about the kind of event it is. The graphic has the same black, white, purple, and grey color scheme as the asexual pride flag.
All four Ace Week event titles and dates with a word or two about the kind of event it is. The graphic has the same black, white, purple, and grey color scheme as the asexual pride flag.
Register: https://bit.ly/LGBTQ-UM-Events
Ace Week Programs
October 24th - 30th
All events will be held virtually

Ace/Aro Centerspace Discussion
When: Monday, October 25th from 7:30-8:30 pm
Join the asexual and aromantic centerspace for a multi-faceted discussion about asexuality and how it affects our experiences and identity. Please note that this event is only for members of the ace/aro spectrum and questioning individuals. We will be discussing asexuality and what the community means to us, navigating relationships, and intersectionality when it comes to the ace community. Come to discuss these topics or to learn from others!

Aces in Academia Student Panel
When: Wednesday, October 27th at 6 pm
This year we're having a brand new event where asexual students will be discussing their experiences and answering questions. This event is open to anyone, allies and asexuals! Submit questions via the chat, learn about the experiences of other students, support the asexual UMich community, and learn how to be an ally to aces!

Putting the Ace in Sex Ed
When: Friday, October 29th from 2:00 - 3:00 PM
Most sexual education is not ace-friendly, much less ace-focused, and we're going to take a stab at fixing that! This interactive workshop will focus on defining terms like consent, desire, and arousal, communication in relationships, setting boundaries, and being proud of your identity! You will be invited to reflect on how you experience your sexuality and have the opportunity to learn from asexual and ace-spectrum experiences. his event is open to anyone, allies and asexuals!

Ace/Aro Centerspace Social Event
When: Saturday, October 30th at 1 pm
Wrap up Ace Week by hanging out with your fellow asexual and aromantics! We'll be playing games and bonding and in general having a relaxing and fun time! Please note that this event is only for members of the ace/aro spectrum and questioning individuals.

Spectrum Center Event Accessibility Statement:
The Spectrum Center is dedicated to working towards offering equitable access to all of the events we organize. If you have an accessibility need you feel may not be automatically met at this event, there is space to report that in the registration, or you can fill out our Event Accessibility Form, found at http://bit.ly/SCaccess. You do not need to have a registered disability with the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) or identify as disabled to submit. Advance notice is necessary for some accommodations to be fully implemented, and we will always attempt to dismantle barriers as they are brought up to us. Any questions about accessibility at Spectrum Center events can be directed to spectrumcenter@umich.edu.
All four Ace Week event titles and dates with a word or two about the kind of event it is. The graphic has the same black, white, purple, and grey color scheme as the asexual pride flag. All four Ace Week event titles and dates with a word or two about the kind of event it is. The graphic has the same black, white, purple, and grey color scheme as the asexual pride flag.
All four Ace Week event titles and dates with a word or two about the kind of event it is. The graphic has the same black, white, purple, and grey color scheme as the asexual pride flag.
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