House of Straight Privilege is a hands-on experience where participants explore different ways in which straight privilege is experienced in our society. House of Straight Privilege uses an approach of touring various sites in people’s lives (i.e. a home, the medical field, etc.) to highlight privileged experiences and realities oftentimes not recognized by those with more privilege in a particular area. Taking place during Black History Month and in collaboration with the Intercultural Engagement Center, the Black Student Union, and the Bayard Rustin Center, House of Straight Privilege will have particular theme of examining what it’s like living as a queer person of color in today’s world.
Tours can be led by a tour guide, classes are welcomed, or self-guided tours are also possible.