Students from all high schools are welcome!
2nd Annual Gay Straight Alliance Prom that identifies as a more inclusive, safe space for any student that may otherwise feel left out.
- The admission price is a suggested donation of $5 per guest.
- A free ticket option is available if you or your guest(s) cannot afford the $5 donation.
- Please purchase a ticket for yourself and any guest(s) you plan to bring.
Important Note: All attendees will be asked to present proof of their current high school student status before gaining entry, regardless of whether they have a ticket. Acceptable proof includes their school ID or a screenshot of their online student profile that includes their photo (such as StudentVue).
Thank you, sponsors!
- Minnesota Vikings
- Dr. Oliver Phan and Frank Altman
- Desert Hand car wash (Palm Springs ca.)
- Summer Hills Studio
- DJ Mad. Mardigan
- Twin Cities Queer Hockey League.
Want to learn more? Check out our recap from the 2022 Gay Straight Alliance Prom here.
We were excited to see ESPN Showcases LGBT Community In New Commercial inclusive commercial
The commercial titled “There’s No Place Like Sports: A Seat for Everyone” covers LGBT fans from different sports. Hockey, soccer, baseball, tennis, football, basketball. UFC and even Formula 1.
Because we are headquartered in Minnesota we were excited to see a soccer fan from the Dark Clouds represented in the commercial.
“ESPN has a long-standing reputation of embracing the LGBT community. They currently have various LGBT faces of the brand who are publicly out, including Izzy Gutierrez and Outsports alum Katie Barnes.”
Read the full article by Cyd Zeigler on Outsports
Drag queen, LGBT fans star alongside Serena Williams and Ukraine in new ESPN ad
The NFL working in partnership with GLADD, is supporting LGBTQIA+ Spirit Day, October 20th, 2022 equality with their new PSA. This PSA is so important because it features NFL Network talent Kimmi Chex, Emmy award-winning James Palmer, sportscaster MJ Acosta Ruiz and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Linebacker Carl Nassib. This PSA also features members of the Carolina Panthers Top Cats Cheerleaders, Javontre Booker, Ebonee Bryant-Smith, Chris Crawford, and Justine Lindsay – who became the NFL’s first openly transgender cheerleader this year. This is such an important step for the NFL to take to show their support for the LGBTQIA+ community.
“Spirit Day is the most visible day of the year when the world comes together to take a stand against LGBTQ youth bullying. And by wearing purple, it’s really the color of spirit, it’s a color that our community really connects with,” Anthony Allen Ramos said in the interview.
We are so grateful for their partnership and hope that this will inspire other organizations to follow suit.
Read the entire announcement on gladd.org.