Sexual orientation and transgender microaggressions are brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, and environmental indignities (whether intentional or unintentional) that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative heterosexist and transphobic slights and insults toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. People of color, women, and people with disabilities may face additional types of microaggressions because of the intersections of their identities based on race, gender, and sexual orientation. This interactive lecture will encourage individuals to reflect on their personal experiences with microaggressions while providing recommendations for preventing them on individual, institutional, and societal levels. Kevin Leo Yabut Nadal is a professor, psychologist, performer, activist, and author, who received his doctorate in counseling psychology from Columbia University. As an assistant professor of psychology and mental health counseling at John Jay College of Criminal Justice- City University of New York, he has published several works focusing on Filipino Americans, ethnic minority, and LGBTQ issues in the fields of psychology and education. Co-sponsored by the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Academic Policy; the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor; and the Office of Equal Opportunity & Sexual Harassment/Title IX Compliance.