My school has started to incorporate teacher-led clubs for students, which meet once a week for roughly 40 minutes. We were each asked what we'd be interested in hosting, and then the admin took the list of possible clubs and had students sign up for them, without really providing a description of what the club is or who the teacher will be. We were told that if the club had at least 15 to 20 interested students then they went ahead, and any clubs without enough interest were scrapped and the teachers assigned to quad duty. I proposed a Queer Alliance club, as a place for support, education, and advocacy, for students concerned about issues impacting straight, gay, transgender, and cis-normative students alike. I also suggested including screening of documentaries (or parts of documentaries) on the topic of gender and gender norms, toxic masculinity in our society, and other related issues. I wasn't sure anyone would sign up for it, but I got 10 students and admin bent the rules a little bit and went ahead with my club even though I didn't technically have the minimum number of kids. So, because of that I get the sense that admin is supportive, and I want to do this club to really be meaningful for the students. I have a few ideas for documentaries that I'd like to try showing, but other than that I kind of feel like I have no idea what I'm doing! Any suggestion for activities, resources, or ideas would be appreciated.