SAN DIEGO -- The next "Non-Sexist Dance" to be held at University of California San Diego (UCSD) will be a "Spring Fling" on Saturday, May 11 starting at 9 pm.
UCSD's LGBTQI Association has held these dances for more than 20 years and generations of San Diego college students and others have flocked to the La Jolla campus to socialize and dance in a friendly, open, hate-free atmosphere.
The event will include dancing, dinner for those with VIP wristbands, spring decorations, gender neutral restrooms, $2 water, a surprise give-a-way and music by UCSD's own DVC.
Admission is free for UCSD students plus one guest. The event typically reaches capacity so those who want to get in are encouraged to arrive early. Only those 18 years and older will be admitted and a valid government issued ID is required.
Event organizers describe the legendary quarterly dance party as such:
"The Non-Sexist Dances are hosted by the LGBTQIA at UCSD. They are a time-honored campus tradition going strong for over 20 years. LGBTQIA is committed to providing a friendly, open, hate-free atmosphere where everyone, Queers and Allies, can come together in a safe space. If you have issues with queers, have misogynistic tendencies, etc. leave them at the door. Bust a move on the dance floor, meet new people, and enjoy a fabulous night with friends! Bring whomever you want, regardless of gender. This is a NON-SEXIST DANCE!"
The dance will take place in UCSD's Price Center Plaza, with the entrance next to Round Table Pizza.
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