FAQ

Yes!  We invite everyone to participate—we value diversity, and that means that everyone is welcome.  Besides, even if you’re not queer, you could still be part of the queer community—you could be an ally (link to ally section)!

You’re not alone…  the Pride Centre can be hard to find.  We’re located on the second floor of the University Centre (also called Jock Turcot, or UCU) in room 215C, which is behind the Terminus.  If you’re shy about asking where to find us, poke your head into Peer Help (UCU-211D)—they’ll be more than happy to help you!

No!  We have a discreet location, we maintain a strict confidentiality policy and our membership includes people of every sexual identity (including straight people). Plus, no one is allowed to ask what your sexual orientation is, unless you want to share it that is.

Good question! There’s no simple answer.  Come on by and talk about it.  The staff and volunteers have all addressed their own sexualities, and we’re here to help you work through whatever’s troubling you.

No!  Our service is bilingual and many of our members are conversationally comfortable in both official languages.  Come by and practice your French in a friendly and welcoming environment!

Not at the Pride Centre!  This is a safe place to ask questions and get honest answers. We want to help you in whatever way we can.

Good question! There’s no simple answer.  Come on by and talk about it.  The staff and volunteers have all addressed their own sexualities, and we’re here to help you work through whatever’s troubling you.