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As students of Oakdale High, we strive to make our community a safer and more inclusive place. As people, we fight for the world to see us as their own. We are your friends, family, lovers, neighbors, peers, and teachers. We are you. 

This web page is designed to provide easy access to a plethora of resources in one place. As fellow Mustangs, we encourage you to take a look at some of the content.

Get informed

LGBTQ+

Glossary

Flag Gallery

Ally Resources

Community Resources

Gender and sexuality alliance club

GSA has proudly been a campus club at Oakdale High since 2005. Our goal on campus is to create a safe school environment that encompasses all people. Whether you're out, in the closet, or somewhere in between, we hope you can find a sense of connection and protection in our meetings.

Board

ADVISOR: Joe Gilbert

Lani Hoffman 

Maritza Aguirre Naranjo

Edison Duncan

Emmalee Stone

meetings

If you're a member or an ally of the LGBTQ+ community, please contact us at this email for the Google Classroom code:

ohsalliance@gmail.com

(he's our advisor!)

Flag Gallery

If you have any further questions or feel that this gallery does not accurately describe a label, feel free to click the “holler” button at the top of the page to send us a message. We are currently working to provide the option of anonymous messaging. 

Please note that we will only accept feedback of definitions from members of the community.

Mental health & other lgbtq+ support

Please refer to the Community Resources card for more help.

Mental health, as vastly complicated as it already is, can be especially difficult to manage when you're part of the community. If you feel that you need support, please reach out in some way. This message is for you, and you're not the exception. You are never too much; you are always enough. 

 

To some people viewing this, the resources provided on this page will seem mundane and pointless, because this has what everyone has been telling you to do all of the time, and you've tried it, and it doesn't help. This is understandable. At the very least, keep in mind:

 

1) You have not tried everything. 

2) You will never ever be alone in what you are feeling.

via The Trevor Project

 
 

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