LGBSALesbian, Gay, Bisexual Student Association
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More recently, two events served to increase political organizing by lesbian, gay, and bisexual students, who by the early 1990s had changed their organizational name to LGBSA.
At the same time that LGBSA advanced its public struggle to achieve what they saw as "equal rights," conservative student groups upped their level of resistance and attacked what they described as "special privileges accorded to homosexuals.
In addition to the annual National Coming Out Day rally, LGBSA also organized Pride Week and offered a variety of educational programs such as "Straight Talks," which involve a group of students speaking to a class or residence hall about what it means to be lesbian, gay, or bisexual.
The subculture exists to a large degree through the social and political organizing of the male members of LGBSA (female members of LGBSA organize as well, but like the males they tend to focus on the needs of their own gender).