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Being an LGBTQ+ Ally
As our world becomes more accepting of broader and more diverse identities, you may have questions about how you can better support the LGBTQ+ community. This guide will help answer those questions.
Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity: Resources
A collection of resources on allyship, 2SLGBTQ+ identities, and anti-discrimination.
Coming Out: Living Authentically as Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual+
This resource was created by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and was designed to help you and your loved ones through the coming out process in realistic and practical terms.
Dismantling a Culture of Violence
A report from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation that documents how we can act to prevent violence against transgender and non-binary people.
Edmonton Queer History Project
A collection of stories, businesses, and historical events in Edmonton's queer history. Includes links to podcasts and recorded events in Edmonton.
Egale Canada Human Rights Trust
This organization offers several programs and services to support the LGBTQ community.
Erasure and Resilience: The Experiences of LGBTQ Students of Color
Existing research shows that both Black and LGBTQ youth often face unique challenges at school related to their marginalized identities. Although there has a been a substantial research on the experiences of Black youth and there is a growing body of research on LGBTQ youth in schools, there has been little research examining the intersections of these identities – the experiences of Black LGBTQ students. This report explores those experiences.
In addition to extensive media coverage of topics related to the LGBTQ community, GLAAD has a collection of resources including a glossary of terms and media reference guide.
Institute for Sexual Minority Studies & Services
The Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services (at the University of Alberta) brings together education, research, policy development, and community services in order to ensure that sexual and gender minorities are recognized and well served by their communities.
Pflag Canada is founded by parents with the goal of understanding and accepting their 2SLGBTQ+ children. The “Online Resources” tab and “Chapters” tab (for Alberta chapter information) are most useful.
Planned Parenthood: What's Transphobia (or Transmisia)?
This guide explains some of the attitudes and assumptions that constitute transphobia, also sometimes called transmisia.
Queering the Map
Queering the Map is a digital storytelling project where 2SLGBTQ+ people across the world can place pins on a map, and tell their stories of queer life and discovery that occurred there.
Queer Kid Stuff
A LGBTQ+ and social justice channel on youtube that is designed for kids and families! They make videos, podcasts, newsletters, and more!
June of 1969 was a revolutionary moment for queer rights. 50 years later, we’re celebrating Canadian artists who have shaped our country’s rich LGBTQ history
Systemic Inequalities for LGBTQ Professionals in STEM
An article about the inequality faced by STEM professionals who are 2SLGBTQ+, with takeaways that may be beneficial to educators especially in the sciences
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