University LGBT Group to Host ‘Post-Inauguration Self-Care’ Event With Stuffed Animals, Juice Boxes, and Legos

A Georgetown University student group is encouraging its members to “embrace the inner child” after a stressful Inauguration week with stuffed animals, juice boxes, and Legos.

GUPride, a university-recognized student group for LGBTQ students and their allies, will be hosting a “Self-Care Night” on January 23 for members who spent too much time or energy on Inaugural activities.

The club invited its members to the event in a Welcome Back email, which was obtained by Campus Reform and included a section on ‘Post-inauguration self-care,’ where GUPride urged its members to “embrace the inner child.”

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“Join GUPride for a night of relaxation, recovery, and rest after a long week,” the email states. “There will be legos and stuffed animals and coloring books—come to embrace the inner child and hang out w…

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