I absolutely love this class! Panel days are my favorite. I wish I was able to obtain more information on what being androgynous means. For some reason, I was hoping it was going to be explained more in depth. I love getting other people's perspectives on gender and sexuality. I also thought the concept of being Agender was also neat. Not wanting to identify with being male nor female seems like it allows so much fluidity and freedom to just do what you want to do without any worry or fear of judgement; even though I know that's not the case.
I'm kinda sad that April is here already! This is one class I'm going to surely miss :(