Carol and Robert present “Seven Billion Sexual Orientations” at PRIDE NightLife

CSC co-founders, Carol Queen and Robert Lawrence, join the popular NightLife event at the California Academy of Sciences to contribute to a very special PRIDE NightLife, an Official SF Pride 2012 Event.  This Thursday, June 21, at 8PM, they will be presenting a talk entitled “Seven Billion Sexual Orientations” about supporting sexual individuality and diversity.  Support the CSC and support yourself by attending!

$12/$10 for Academy members; at the door or online 

Event Schedule

 for PRIDE NightLife:

6-8pm Rainforests of the World (Last entry at 7:45pm)

6-10pm Earthquake- New Exhibit!/ West Pavilion

6:30-10pm Hard French SF Photo Booth, Haute Gloo Craft Station, Rainbow World Fund, AIDS Memorial Grove, & LGBT Center/ African Hall

6-10pm Verasphere/ Roaming

6-10pm Juanita MORE! & DJ Pink Lightning and DJ Rapid Fire from Stay Gold/ East Pavilion

6-10pm Hard French DJs Carnita & Brown Amy/ Aquarium

6-10pm Pride Cocktail Tour/ Bars Throughout

6-10pm Ben & Jerry’s Greek Frozen Yogurt Tastings/ Children’s Gallery (East)

6:30pm “Stargayzing”/ Planetarium

7:30pm Gender & Sexuality in the Animal Kingdom with Academy Biologist Nicole Chaney/ Aquarium (Animal Attraction)

7:30 & 8:30pm (Limited Seating) Earthquake: Evidence of a Restless Planet/ Planetarium

8:00pm “Seven Billion Sexual Orientations” - Talk by Carol Queen & Robert Lawrence/ Forum (2nd Floor)

8:45pm Drag Performance & “Transpecies” Costume Contest hosted by Heklina of Trannyshack/ Piazza

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