Hey Squirrel friends
I hope you are prepared for your written exams. If not, it doesn’t matter, because you can take the re-exam in August.
But for now it’s all about May.
Amidst being crazy for Cu Cu, Valentina & 13 Reasons Why, you might have noticed, that Line has been absent. Not to worry she is just attending the funeral of the double dildo of Fidel Castro. So now Cuntisha Whitfield is in charge… And Gurl do we ever have some serious stuff in for you all!
May 11th: We are going P̶o̶w̶e̶r̶b̶o̶t̶t̶o̶m̶i̶n̶g̶, er Powerbowling – again! So put on your fancy shoes on at bring out your inner bowling mama and take her to G-Bar’s Mojito Thursday, which we will be attending after the bowling.
May 20th: Open mic night at Café Sappho. So come and showcase your talent, you know, like in All Stars 2. Henny.
May 31st: Our General Board Election and Pre-Pride. So come and let’s make a banner for Pride. And have a new board – don’t be shy or DiverseCity will close.
So be there or be square!
Over And Out
DiverseCity is loosing 50-75% of it’s board members. This means we need new people to take up the gay torch and keep DiverseCity going. Do you have a secret fantasy about being a board member, then speak out and be present at the General Board Election on May 31st. Here we shall say goodbye to the old board members and welcome to the new board members.
People believe or are misinformed about how tough it is being on the board of DiverseCity. It is true, that there is a certain amount of work to be done. However this work is divided among four people, so you are never alone with the tasks.
The biggest task is the planning of the semester – it does take a whole day, but then it is did and done.
Menial tasks are, cake baking, replying to emails and messages, refilling tea and coffee, booking rooms for our Social Wednesdays.
It’s not a lot in the bigger scheme of things, and it is tasks we do together as a board.
So we hope that it will make you considering being on the board for at least a year, so that DiverseCity can flourish and not wilt away into gay herstory obscurity.
As said by Tatiana:”Thank You”.