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Additional Resources

This is a list of resources compiled from around the nation and across the globe. This list is not an endorsement by Georgia Southern University.

Advocacy and Resources

Inclusive Language GuidelinesA guideline for inclusive language from the American Psychological Association
Equality FederationEquality Federation is the movement builder and strategic partner to state-based organizations advocating for LGBTQ people
Everyday FeminismEveryday Feminism is an online magazine, digital media site, and educational platform for liberation
GLAADA media monitoring organization
Human Rights CampaignAn LGBTQ advocacy group
It Gets Better ProjectIt Gets Better has EduGuides on a variety of topics aimed at increasing knowledge for groups such as GSAs as well as classroom instruction.
National Center for Transgender EqualityInformation on pending legislation, guides on insurance and transition related healthcare, legal documents state by state regarding changing names
Point of PrideA non-profit that offers a financial support as well as garment and shapewear related resources
StopBullying.govResources on preventing and responding to cyberbullying, federal laws related to cyberbullying, and what someone can do if they are being cyberbullied.
Money GeekFinancial and social resources for homeless LGBTQ+ youth


Ace: What Asexuality Reveals about Desire, Society, and the Meaning of SexA book about asexuality in a world driven by sexual attraction
ACE Week (formerly Asexual Awareness Week)An international campaign dedicated to raising awareness and expanding education of asexuality.
The Asexual Visibility & Education NetworkAn online asexual community as well as resources on asexuality

Bisexuality and Pansexuality

American Institute of BisexualityResources and frequently asked questions about bisexuality
Bisexual Resource CenterAn organization that advocates for bisexual visibility and awareness
Pansexuality 101 by Everyday FeminismInformation on pansexuality
Pansexuality is Perfect TumblrA Tumblr on pansexuality including frequently asked questions

Health, medical providers and other clinical professionals

WPATH Standards of CareWorld Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)’s Standards of Care for health professionals to assist transgender people with “safe and effective pathways to achieving lasting personal comfort with their gendered selves, in order to maximize their overall health, psychological well-being, and self-fulfillment.”

History on LGBTQ+

American Psychological AssociationHistory of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender social movements
Committee on LGBT HistoryAn affiliated society of the American Historical Association to promote the study of LGBTQ+ history
Huffington PostA section on Huffington Post of articles related to LGBTQ+ history
LGBT History MonthCelebrates the achievements of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender icons
A Queer History of the United StatesA book on LGBTQ+ history from 1492 to the 1990s
Stonewall Inn: Through the YearsA post by PBS American Experience on the history of Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village
History is GayA podcast that focuses on underappreciated LGBTQ+ folx in history
SolitaireLike card games? Play a game of Solitaire with notable LGBTQ+ historical figures


Intersex Society of North AmericaA previous organization that published information on decreasing stigma and shame for intersex individuals
Advocates for Intersex YouthInformation and frequently asked questions about intersex including an affirming hospital policy guide
US National Library of MedicineInformation on the biological nature of intersex

Military & Veterans

Modern Military Association of AmericaAn organization of LGBTQ+ service members, military spouses, veterans, and their families
American Veterans for Equal RightsAn organization of service members dedicated to equal rights and equitable treatment for all members of the Armed Forces
Knights OutAn association of West Point alumni and allies
USNA OutOrganization of LGBTQ Naval Academy alumni and allies

Religion and LGBTQ+

The Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal Church’s position on LGBTQ+ individuals
Human Rights CampaignArticles on religion and faith as they intersect with LGBTQ+ identities
Have a Blessed GayA podcast that discusses social norms, current events, mental health, religions, and spirituality from an outcast’s perspective
Soul ForceAn organization that works to end religious oppression of LGBTQ+ individuals
Pew Research CenterStatistics and information on Religion and LGBT Acceptance
The NALT Christians ProjectA project to affirm LGBT Christians

Sexual Health and Well-Being

The Sex SchoolEducational videos created by sexuality professionals
Girl Sex 101An educational resource book on female sexuality
All About SextingAn informational guide created to inform individuals about sexting practices
Safer Sex for Trans BodiesInformation from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation on safer sex for transgender and gender expansive people, and their partner(s)
Ultimate Guide to Sex and DisabilityA sex guide for people who live with disabilities, pain, illness, or chronic conditions
Autostraddle Love + SexAutostraddle is a digital space for lesbians and queer people
Food 4 ThotA Spotify podcast that discusses sex, relationships, race, identity
Stevie YouTube ChannelA YouTube channel focusing on lesbian sex tips
Ace: What Asexuality Reveals about Desire, Society, and the Meaning of SexA book about asexuality in a world driven by sexual attraction
Advocate for Informed Choice of Sex ToysA website created to share knowledge and help individuals understand what items or toys might be best for their own body
Queer Sex EdA podcast focused on topics related to sex and sex education

Last updated: 8/20/2022