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Academic

  • Campus Pride:  Campus Pride is a national online community and resource network committed to student leaders and campus organizations who work to create a safer campus environment free of homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, heterosexism and genderism at colleges and universities.
  • Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies:  The first university-based research center in the United States dedicated to the study of historical, cultural, and political issues of vital concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and communities.
  • LGBT/Queer Studies Programs:  A listing of academic programs in the U.S. and Canada, study abroad programs, and publications on queer studies. Maintained by Professor John G. Younger at University of Kansas.
  • Queer Theory.com:  QueerTheory.com provides online resources integrated with visual and textual resources in Queer Culture, Queer Theory, Queer Studies, Gender Studies and related fields.

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Addiction

  • Gay American Smokeout: The Gay American Smoke Out is an opportunity for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) individuals to challenge themselves to quit smoking. It is also an opportunity for LGBT organizations to provide resources for quitting and host fun events to raise awareness about tobacco use.
  • Gay & Lesbian Alcoholics:  Website dedicated to providing gay and lesbian alcholics seeking recovery and to get sober with access to support resources.
  • National Association of LGBT Addiction Professionals:  Dedicated to the prevention and treatment of alcoholism, substance abuse, and other addictions in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender communities.  Includes a Provider’s Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals.
  • Secular Organizations for Sobriety: SOS is an alternative recovery method for those alcoholics or drug addicts who are uncomfortable with the spiritual content of widely available 12-Step programs. SOS is a non-profit network of autonomous, non-professional local groups dedicated solely to helping individuals achieve and maintain sobriety.

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African-American/Black

  • The National Black Justice Coalition:  A civil rights organization dedicated to empowering Black same-gender-loving, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people. "The Coalition works with our communities and our allies for social justice, equality, and an end to racism and homophobia."
  • The Black Gay and Lesbian Archive Project:  Developed for the purpose of documenting black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, Same Gender Loving, queer, questioning and in the life cultures (LGBT/SGL/Q/Q/inthelife).
  • National Black Gay Men's Advocacy Coalition:  The coalition is committed to improving the health and well-being of Black Gay Men through advocacy that is focused on research, policy, education and training.
  • Zuna Institute:  A not for profit national advocacy organization for Black Lesbians. Its focus is the economic development, education, public policy support, and improved health of its constituents.

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Ally

  • Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG):  A national non-profit organization with over 200,000 members and supporters and over 500 affiliates in the United States.  PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights.

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Arab

  • Gay and Lesbian Arabic Society (GLAS): An international organization established in 1988 in the US with worldwide chapters. GLAS serves as a networking organization for Gay and Lesbians of Arab descent or those living in Arab countries.

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Asian

  • Fridae:  Empowers gay Asia to come together, stay connected, be informed, overcome discrimination, nurture personal growth, and foster healthy relationships. The vision of Fridae is to be the ultimate on-line Asian gay network.
  • Long Yang Club: Long Yang Club-International is the world's largest network of gay Asian/non-Asian groups. There are over 35 LYC chapters and member groups in 4 continents around the world.

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Athletics

  • Outsports:  Outsports' mission is to build the broadest, deepest, most informative and most entertaining gay sports community. This encompasses sports fans, teams and leagues. A mixture of breaking news, commentary, features, member profiles, photo galleries, and discussion boards, Outsports is the place to go for sports fans and athletes.

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Bisexuality

  • BiMagazine.org: An innovative global online magazine that advocates increased understanding and visibility for bisexuality.
  • BiNet USA:  As an umbrella organization and voice for bisexual people, BiNet USA will facilitate the development of a cohesive network of bisexual communities, promote bisexual visibility, and collect and distribute educational information regarding bisexuality. To accomplish these goals, BiNet USA will provide a national network for bisexual organizations and individuals across the United States, and encourage participation and organizing on local and national levels.
  • Bisexual Resource Center: Publishers of the Bisexual Resource Guide. Website includes information and resources about bisexuality, plus bi products including books, videos, and music.
  • Bisexual.org: American Institute of Bisexuality:  The mission of AIB is to encourage, support and assist research, education and public knowledge and awareness about bisexuality through programs likely to make a material difference.

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Books

  • American Library Association GLBT Roundtable:  Presents the Stonewall Book Awards (one for literature, one for non-fiction) to the best books with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered themes.
  • Lambda Literary Foundation:  The country’s leading organization for LGBT literature. Our mission is to celebrate LGBT literature and provide resources for writers, readers, booksellers, publishers, and librarians – the whole literary community.

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Career & Employment

  • Human Rights Campaign Workplace Project:  HRC provides the Corporate Equality Index, State of the Workplace report, Workplace Gender Transition Guidelines, a database of employer policies, and more.
  • Out and Equal: Out & Equal Workplace Advocates is the pre-eminent national organization devoted to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in the workplace: "Our mission is to educate and empower organizations, human resource professionals, Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and individual employees through programs and services that result in equal policies, opportunities, practices, and benefits in the workplace regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, expression, or characteristics."
  • Pride at Work:  A constituency group of the AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor & Congress of Industrial Organizations). The purpose of Pride At Work is to mobilize mutual support between the organized Labor Movement and the LGBT Community around organizing for social and economic justice.

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Coming Out

  • National Coming Out Project: A project of the Human Rights Campaign, including a resource guide for coming out, coming out as bi, coming out as trans, coming out in communities of color, and more.

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Deaf/Hard of Hearing

  • Deaf Queer Resource Center:  A national nonprofit resource and information center for, by and about the Deaf Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Intersex and Questioning communities.
  • Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf:  The Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf (RAD) is a nonprofit organization established in 1977. The purpose of this Alliance is to establish and maintain a society of Deaf Gays and Lesbians to encourage and promote the educational, economical, and social welfare; to foster fellowship; to defend our rights; and advance our interests as Deaf Gay and Lesbian citizens concerning social justice; to build up an organization in which all worthy members may participate in the discussion of practical problems and solutions related to their social welfare. RAD has over twenty chapters in the United States and Canada.

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Directories

  • Gayellow Pages: USA & Canada directory of organizations, businesses, resources, etc. for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersexed and proudly Queer Community.
  • The National Association of LGBT Community Centers: A guide to community centers serving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities across the country.

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Disability

  • Passing Twice: Passing Twice is an informal network of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender stutterers and their friends. Passing Twice meets every year at the National Stuttering Association convention, and also holds workshops at other stuttering conferences around the world.

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Domestic Violence

  • Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project: supports victims and survivors through education, advocacy and direct services. Understanding that the serious public health issue of domestic violence is not gender specific, we serve men in relationships with men, regardless of how they identify, and stand ready to assist them in navigating through abusive relationships. Hotline: (800) 832-1901.
  • National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs:  Addresses the pervasive problem of violence committed against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and HIV-affected communities. NCAVP is a coalition of programs that document and advocate for victims of anti-LGBT and anti-HIV/AIDS violence/harassment, domestic violence, sexual assault, police misconduct and other forms of victimization.

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Family

  • Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE):  National organization specifically supporting children, youth and adults with LGBT parent(s).
  • Family Pride Coalition:  National non-profit organization committed to securing family equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer parents, guardians and allies.
  • Gay Parent Magazine:  The oldest, free, nationally distributed publication dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parenting (LGBT).
  • Lesbian and Gay Parenting:  A summary of research findings on lesbian mothers, gay fathers, and their children and an annotated bibliography of the literature cited in the summary.
  • Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG):  A national non-profit organization with over 200,000 members and supporters and over 500 affiliates in the United States.  PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights.
  • Straight Spouse Network:  An international organization that provides personal, confidential support and information to heterosexual spouses/partners, current or former, of gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender mates and mixed-orientation couples for constructively resolving coming-out problems. SSN also offers research-based information about spouse, couple, and family issues and resources to other family members, professionals, community organizations, and the public. SSN is the only support network of its kind in the world.

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Financial Aid

  • Financial Aid for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Students:  Describes a number of scholarships available to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered students. These scholarships offer a variety of criteria for eligibility. This is not an exhaustive list of all the possible sources of scholarships. Access to FinAid is free for all users.

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Hate Crimes/Violence

  • FBI Uniform Crime Reports: Statistics complied by the FBI, including hate crime statistics.
  • Families United Against Hate:  Nonprofit grassroots organization created by and for families and survivors of hate motivated violence, in collaboration with other individuals and organizations. Providing support, guidance and assistance to individuals, families* and communities dealing with incidents based on bias; and to the people, organizations and agencies who serve and support them.
  • Frontline Special Report: The Assault on Gay America: Tells the story of the murder of Billy Jack Gaither, a gay man in a small Alabama town. Web site includes an examination of anti-gay attitudes, fears and beliefs that seem to permeate American society and lead to anti-gay violence.
  • Southern Poverty Law Center Intelligence Project:  Monitors hate groups and extremist activities throughout the U.S. and publishes the Center's award-winning Intelligence Report.

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Health

  • Gay and Lesbian Medical Association:  Works to ensure equality in health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals and health care professionals. Website is rich with information and resources for healthcare providers and researchers, including guidelines for clinicians on how to create a welcoming environment for LGBT patients, articles and research papers.
  • GLBT Health Access Project: A project of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to foster the development of comprehensive, culturally appropriate health promotion policies and health care services for GLBT people through a variety of venues including community awareness, policy development, advocacy, direct service and prevention strategies.  Includes Standards of Practice for GLBT Health Care.
  • Gay Health.com: A health and wellness site dedicated to the LGBT community.
  • Healthy Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students Project: A project of the American Psychological Association to strengthen the capacity of the nation's schools to prevent the behavioral health risks of lesbian, gay, and bisexual students through knowledge development, dissemination, and application, working with and through national organizations of school stakeholders.
  • National Coalition for LGBT Health:  Committed to improving the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and communities through public education, coalition building and advocacy that focus on research, policy, education and training.
  • TransGenderCare: TransGenderCare contains a large archive of health information devoted exclusively to transgender health care issues.

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History

  • Bisexual History:  A pamphlet describing a brief history of the bisexual movement, from the Bisexual Resource Center.
  • glbtq.com:  An encyclopedia of GLBTQ culture: "the largest Web site devoted to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (glbtq) education and culture and houses the largest, most comprehensive encyclopedia of glbtq culture in the world."
  • GLBT Historical Society:  Often referred to as San Francisco's "queer Smithsonian," the GLBT Historical Society houses one of the world's largest collections of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender historical materials. The society's new GLBT History Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States.
  • The ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives:  Houses the world's largest research library on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered heritage and concerns. ONE is affiliated with but not governed by the University of Southern California.
  • Out of the Past: Based on the documentary film "Out of the Past," the web site provides glimpses of nearly 400 years of lesbian and gay history.

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Hotlines

  • LGBT Info Line:  (773) 929-HELP, 8 am to 10 pm every day. A service of the Center on Halsted in Chicago, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Info Line is available most days of the year.
  • LGBT Crisis Hotline:  (773) 871-CARE, 24-Hours every day. A service of the Center on Halsted in Chicago. Staff and volunteers with over 45 hours of training provide callers with crisis intervention, emotional support, education, and referrals concerning hate crimes, domestic violence, police misconduct, sexual assault, and discrimination. Crisis Hotline counselors maintain the client's privacy and adhere to a strict confidentiality policy. Counselors will not leave messages on answering machines or with someone other than the caller.
  • State of Illinois AIDS/HIV & STD Hotline: 1-800-243-2437 (TTY), 8 am to 10 pm every day. The free and anonymous AIDS/HIV & STD Hotline provides callers with the most up-to-date, medically-accurate information on AIDS/HIV and sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs), emotional support, and state-wide referrals for healthcare and social services related to AIDS/HIV and STDs. The AIDS/HIV & STD Hotline, funded by the State of Illinois Department of Public Health, is run entirely by trained professionals who have undergone a comprehensive AIDS/HIV and STD instructional program. Spanish-speaking resource counselors are available during most day and evening shifts.
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender National Hotline:  (888) THE-GLNH; toll free, Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., Central Time, Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Central Time. Provides telephone and email peer-counseling, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the United States.
  • GLBT National Youth Talkline:  (800) 246-PRIDE; toll free, Monday through Friday from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., Central Time. Provides telephone and email peer-counseling, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the United States. Telephone volunteers in their teens and early twenties speak with teens and young adults up to age 25 about coming-out issues, relationship concerns, parent issues, school problems, HIV/AIDS anxiety and safer-sex information, and lots more!
  • The Trevor Helpline: (866) 4-U-TREVOR, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Trevor Project operates the nations only 24/7 suicide & crisis prevention helpline for gay and questioning youth.

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Intersex

  • Intersex Society of North America: “Intersex” is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. ISNA is devoted to systemic change to end shame, secrecy, and unwanted genital surgeries for people born with an anatomy that someone decided is not standard for male or female. The premier resource for people seeking information and advice about atypical reproductive anatomies and disorders of sex development (DSDs).

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Jewish

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Latino/Latina/Hispanic

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  • American Civil Liberties Union Lesbian and Gay Rights Project: The goal of the ACLU Lesbian and Gay Rights Project is equal treatment and equal dignity for lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. That means even-handed treatment by the government, protection from discrimination in jobs, housing, hotels, restaurants and other public places, and fair and equal treatment for lesbian and gay couples and families. The Project brings "impact" lawsuits -- cases designed to have a significant effect on the lives of lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. Project staff also write and promote laws and policies that will help achieve equality and fairness for gay people. Finally, the Project educates the public, legislators, policy makers and opinion leaders through books, position papers, articles, lectures, and media campaigns.
  • Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund: The nation's oldest and largest legal organization working for the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, and people with HIV/AIDS.
  • National Center for Lesbian Rights:  A national legal organization committed to advancing the civil and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education.
  • Transgender Law and Policy Institute:  A non-profit organization dedicated to engaging in effective advocacy for transgender people in our society. The TLPI brings experts and advocates together to work on law and policy initiatives designed to advance transgender equality.
  • The Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy:  A think tank dedicated to the field of sexual orientation law and public policy. The Institute supports legal scholarship, legal research, policy analysis, and education regarding sexual orientation discrimination and other legal issues that affect lesbian and gay people.

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Native American

  • NativeOUT:  A grassroots Native American Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Two-Spirit (LGBTTS) group in Phoenix, Arizona, just one of the 20+ organized Native American LGBT and Two-Spirit groups across the US and Canada.

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News/Media

  • The Advocate: An online news magazine covering politics, arts and entertainment, health, sports, and travel from the LGBT persective.”
  • Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD): Dedicated to promoting and ensuring fair, accurate, and inclusive representation of individuals and events in all media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation. GLAAD monitors negative and positive portrayals of LGBT people in the media to combat misinformation and stereotypes.
  • In the Life TV:  A national television newsmagazine shown on public television that reports on gay and lesbian issues and culture.
  • National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association:  An organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students that works within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members.

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Political

  • Equality Forum:  Advances national and international gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) civil rights by educating the GLBT community and society at large about GLBT issues. Equality Forum develops innovative, high-impact educational programming and content in the form of documentary films, history projects and educational forums to enhance understanding of GLBT issues.
  • Human Rights Campaign: A national lesbian and gay political organization that lobbies the federal government on LGBT issues, such as fighting HIV/AIDS, ending workplace discrimination, launching a rapid response to anti-gay hate legislation and focusing attention on lesbian health issues. HRC also works to register voters and sponsors the National Coming Out Project.
  • The Lesbian and Gay Immigration Rights Task Force:  A national organization fighting for equality under U.S. immigration law for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and HIV-positive individuals.
  • International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission: A US-based non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO), IGLHRC seeks to secure the full enjoyment of the human rights of all people and communities subject to discrimination or abuse on the basis of sexual orientation or expression, gender identity or expression, and/or HIV status.
  • National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF): A national progressive organization working for the civil rights of LGBT people by providing resources, training and technical assistance to pass pro-LGBT legislation. NGLTF helps those fighting for their families, employment, health care, hate crimes and more. NGLTF also sponsors the annual Creating Change and Youth Leadership Institute conferences, and is the home of the Policy Institute, a think tank dedicated to research and policy analysis.

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Pride Celebrations

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Reference

  • glbtq.com:  An encyclopedia of GLBTQ culture: "the largest Web site devoted to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (glbtq) education and culture and houses the largest, most comprehensive encyclopedia of glbtq culture in the world."

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Relationships

  • Partners Task Force for Gay and Lesbian Couples: A national resource for same-sex couples, including essays, surveys, legal articles, and resources on legal marriage, ceremonies, domestic partner benefits, relationship tips, parenting, and immigration.

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Religion/Spirituality

  • Al-Fatiha Foundation: An international organization dedicated to Muslims who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, those questioning their sexual orientation andor gender identity, as well as their families, friends, partners, and allies. Al-Fatiha promotes the progressive Islamic notions of peace, equality and justice. We envision a world that is free from prejudice, injustice and discrimination, where all people are fully embraced and accepted into their faith, their families and their communities.
  • Religious Tolerance.org: A wide-ranging web site that describes dozens of different faiths, including all sides of a variety of issues and the positive and negative aspects of religions. Homosexuality is one topic among many covered from varying perspectives. Includes a listing of individual Christian denominations' policies on homosexuality.
  • Whosoever: An online magazine for LGBT Christians. Includes links to Welcoming/Reconciling/Open & Affirming congregational organizations for a variety of denominations.

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Safer Sex & Sexuality

  • Advocates for Youth:  Dedicated to creating programs and advocating for policies that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. Advocates provides information, training, and strategic assistance to youth-serving organizations, policy makers, youth activists, and the media in the United States and the developing world.
  • Go Ask Alice!: The health question and answer site produced by Columbia University's Health Education Program. The mission of Go Ask Alice is to provide factual, in-depth, straight-forward, and nonjudgmental information to assist readers' decision making about their physical, sexual, emotional, and spiritual health. "Alice" answers questions about relationships, sexuality, sexual health, emotional health, fitness, nutrition, alcohol, nicotine and other drugs, and general health.
  • The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction:  Based at Indiana University, the mission of The Kinsey Institute is to promote interdisciplinary research and scholarship in the fields of human sexuality, gender, and reproduction. The Institute was founded by Dr. Alfred Kinsey in 1947.
  • SIECUS-the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States:  Has served as the national voice for sexuality education, sexual health, and sexual rights for over 40 years. Advocates for the right of all people to accurate information, comprehensive education about sexuality, and sexual health services.
  • Sex, Etc.:  An award-winning national magazine and Web site on sexual health that is written by teens, for teens. It is part of the Teen-to-Teen Sexuality Education Project developed by Answer (formerly the Network for Family Life Education), a leading national organization dedicated to providing and promoting comprehensive sexuality education. Answer is part of the Center for Applied Psychology at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

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Sexual Orientation

  • Answers to Your Questions about Sexual Orientation and Homosexuality: A public interest statement from the American Psychological Association.
  • Sexual Prejudice: Understanding Homophobia and Heterosexism:  Prejudice against lesbians and gay men remains widespread in US society, although the public appears to be increasingly opposed to discrimination based on sexual orientation. This site, created by Professor Gregory M. Herek, provides a brief introduction to sexual prejudice, the phenomenon that is often labeled homophobia or heterosexism.
  • Sexual Orientation: Science, Education, and Policy: This site features work by Dr. Gregory Herek -- a noted authority on sexual prejudice (or homophobia), hate crimes, and AIDS stigma -- and his Northern California Community Research Group at the University of California, Davis. It provides factual information about sexual orientation and HIV/AIDS to promote the use of scientific knowledge for education and enlightened public policy.

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Transgender

  • Answers to Your Questions About Transgender Individuals and Gender Identity:  A public interest statement from the American Psychological Association.
  • FTM International: The internet contact point for the largest, longest-running educational organization serving FTM (Female to Male) transgendered people and transsexual men. Resources include a newsletter and an FTM resource guide.
  • International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE):  A leading advocate and educational organization for promoting the self-definition and free expression of individual gender identity. IFGE is an information provider and clearinghouse for referrals about all things which are transgressive of established social gender norms. Resources include an extensive bookstore on the subject of transgenderism and "Transgender Tapestry," a magazine providing reasoned discussion of issues of gender expression and identity, including crossdressing, transsexualism, FTM and MTF issues spanning health, family, medical, legal, workplace issues and more.
  • PFLAG Transgender Network:  Focuses on support for transgender people and their parents, families, and friends; education on transgender facts and issues; and advocacy for equal rights for the transgender community at local and national levels.

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Youth

  • Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN):  The leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe schools for ALL students. Strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
  • National Youth Advocacy Coalition:  A social justice organization that advocates for and with young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ) in an effort to end discrimination against these youth and to ensure their physical and emotional-well being.  NYAC maintains the nation's largest resource clearinghouse on information about the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people, as well as access to hundreds of LGBTQ youth and youth-serving agencies nationwide.
  • Oasis Journals:  An online writing community for queer and questioning youth.

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