Mar ’16
12:00 pm

Sex. Religion. Pizza. This is the second of six lunchtime discussions examining the intersections of sexuality and spirituality. Held on the first and last Wednesdays of the month, each session will feature a different speaker from the LGBTQ+ community describing their spiritual journey, sexual identity, and how the two have informed and shaped each other. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion as we explore the historical alienation of LGBTQ+ people from some faith traditions, and the need for dialogue, reconciliation, and inclusive, affirming communities. All are welcome! More information here

  • March 2, 2016, noon-1 p.m.
  • HUB Student Senate Room

May ’14
4:30 pm

Thursday, May 8, 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Bradford Room, Center Lodge

Come join us to honor graduating LGBTQ+ seniors, celebrating their accomplishments, with particular honor and recognition for the ways in which sexuality and gender have influenced their paths toward graduation.

If you would like to be recognized at Lavender Graduation, register using the form on the SAGE Center website or scan the QR code on the flyer below.

NOTE: Lavender Graduation has been moved from Heritage Commons to the Bradford Room at Center Lodge.

Lav Grad Flyer

Oct ’13
7:00 pm

Tuesday, Oct. 15, 7-9 p.m.
Hyde 120

Gun Hill Road is the story of a family in transition. A young man explores his sexuality in an intolerant and judgmental world, and his exploration has an impact on his relationship with his parents and himself.

Sponsored by the S.A.G.E. Center as part of the Movies with Meaning series.

This is a joint event with Hispanic Heritage Month. Free and open to the public.

Apr ’13
6:30 pm

Tuesday, Apr. 16th

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Hyde 220

The S.A.G.E. Center and PSU Pride at Plymouth State University (PSU) will present a screening of Just Say Love, a Stagewright Films production directed by Bill Humphreys based on the stage play written by David Mauriello, on April 16 in Hyde 120 at Plymouth State University at 7 pm. Admission is free. The film was produced at Granite Media Center in Tilton, NH, and the play was originally produced at The Players Ring in Portsmouth, NH.

In Just Say Love, following their hook up, two men, who seem to be opposites, discuss their dreams, what ideal happiness might be like, and maybe....a future together. Physical attractions appear to be the obvious explanation for two people to become a pair. But are they really the reflection of something sublime, everlasting or dare we say, spiritual? Do relationships start in the bedroom or in the heart? In this male love story, the bliss described by Joseph Campbell and sages throughout the millennia is a practical option for finding happiness. As the camera delves into the character's minds and actions in Just Say Love, we find fulfillment on both a physical and spiritual level. This surprising love story concentrates on the characters and their interplay, and takes place on a minimally decorated stage which minimizes distractions. “Writer David J. Mauriello, adapting his stage play for the screen, and director Bill Humphreys have crafted an elegantly pure, gen uinely moving, and devastatingly honest depiction of love and desire between two men, and a relationship that defies definition.” - Michael Gamilla, ImageOut: Rochester, NY LGBT Films and Video Festival.

A post-screening panel discussion/Q&A will feature director Bill Humphreys and playwright David Mauriello joining several community members to not only discuss the making of the film, but also the myriad topics associated with this production. Humphreys has worked from coast to coast as an actor, producer and director in radio, television, film and live theatre for the past 35 years. Bill has been recognized by the IFTFNY, The AFI, Telly Awards, American Women in Radio and Television, The Ohio State Awards, The AP, The NAB and the Aurora Awards among others. Humphreys boasts 10 Emmy nominations and three wins as Producer, Executive Producer and Director. Awarded a fellowship by the Artists Foundation of Massachusetts for his screenplay Fireflies and winner of the Jane Chambers Memorial Gay Play Contest for But Mostly Because It’s Raining, David Mauriello is an accomplished, seasoned, award-winning writer. His plays have been produced in New England, California, and New York City. He is also the author of the book, Reminders of Home, a collection of inspirational writing.

Sponsored by the S.A.G.E. Center (Sexuality, Anti-Violence, Gender, Equality) and PSU Pride and presented in affiliation with Awareness UNlimited – Opening Minds, Opening Worlds, Stratham, NH.
For further information about the presentation of Just Say Love on April 16, please contact Delilah Smith: 603-535-2387 or

Apr ’12Apr

Purchase your ticket for the Vagina Monologues NOW!

Plymouth State University is proud to host a production of The Vagina Monologues this coming April 5th, 7PM 6th, 7PM and 7th 1PM. The show, in conjunction with the V-Day foundations, has helped to raise 75 million dollars for women’s anti-violence groups globally. All proceeds and donations are tax-deductible and support the V-Day Foundation as well as Voices Against Violence. Voices Against Violence is a local non-profit organization breaking the cycle of violence by providing comprehensive services for all victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking and by creating social change through education and action.
Purchase your tickets ONLINE for $7 (students, faculty/staff and community members) at ($10 at the door)
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