Portrait Bi-Visibility Day: Laura

Portrait Bi-Visibility Day: Laura

We have made several portraits of our fellow SHOUT-members for bivisibility week. With this we want to make bisexuality more visible and we hope that everyone gets a better understanding about what ‘being bi’ really means. In this portrait Laura is talking...
Serie review: It’s a sin

Serie review: It’s a sin

The 1980s has arrived, the soft orange and brown 70s are replaced by flashy neon, electronic synth beats and shoulder padding. It was an era of change and new insights. The neoliberal economics arise in the form of Thatcherism and Reaganomics, the end of the...
IDAHOT in Wageningen

IDAHOT in Wageningen

The 17th of May each year is the International Day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, also known as IDAHOT. On this day in 1990, the World Health Organization took homosexuality off the international list of diseases, where homosexuality was classified as a...
The panelists of the Pride in the Workplace panel discussion

The panelists of the Pride in the Workplace panel discussion

People spent a large part of their day at work. You probably see your colleges more often than your friends. So a open and safe environment to work in is very important for your wellbeing and the fun you have in your job. When you thrive in your work, you perform...
SHOUT celebrates 20 years of gay marriage

SHOUT celebrates 20 years of gay marriage

Today the rainbow flag is flying at many town halls. Today it is exactly 20 years ago that it became possible for same-sex couples to get married. The rainbow flag is also hanging in Wageningen. For the astonished passer-by who had not yet heard it in the media, there...
Same-sex mariage 20 years

Same-sex mariage 20 years

Amsterdam was 20 years ago at this moment the centre of the world. It sounds like the beginning of a nice joke, but it’s not the case. On April 1st, 2001 press from around the world, from the USA till Japan, witnessed the first official same-sex marriage in the world....
SHOUT will organise an Out Now support group again

SHOUT will organise an Out Now support group again

Think you might be lesbian, gay, bi, trans or queer (LGBTQ+), or are you sure? Do you want to meet people that struggle with the same feelings and questions? SHOUT will return with the Out Now group in which the participants are given the opportunity to talk about all...
SHOUT hands volunteers gifts out

SHOUT hands volunteers gifts out

Every year SHOUT gives a small present to the volunteers that were active at SHOUT that year. For 2019 the gift was a pair of rainbow gloves. Normally we give them away during the volunteer drinks. Due to corona we had only one volunteer drink in February. Not all...

What is your opinion about a pride in the workplace activity?

People spent a large part of their day at work. You probably see your colleges more often than your friends. So a nice environment to work in is very important for your wellbeing and the fun you have in your job. This is the case for everyone, but as an LGBTQ+ person...

SHOUT members start a book club

A couple of SHOUT members started a LGBTQ+ book club. Once a month on Sunday afternoon they come together (digitally) to discuss the book they picked together. Until now they have read Under the Udala trees by Chinelo Okparanta and The left hand of Darkness by Ursula...