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Love is Love

This is the general LGBTQ+ advocacy page. I also have a page dedicated to trans advocacy. This is not because the communities are separate, but because I wanted to give specific attention to the issues and needs of trans people. 


This organization addresses and provides resources for LGBTQ+ people who are struggling with substance abuse. Because queer folks are at a higher risk because of stigma and discrimination, it is important that the queer community has resources specifically for them.

This organization "is a non-profit arts organization serving a diverse and vibrant community of LGBTQ+ artists across generations and disciplines." They establish mentorships, put on presentations, and provide other forms of community assistance.

Black and Pink advocates for prison abolition and fight for the rights of LGBTQ+ inmates (especially those of color).

LQBTQ+ people are very vulnerable to cyberbullying and online harassment. This blog post is a guide for staying safe on the internet.

This is a "media advocacy organization." They seek to increase the quality and quantity of LGBTQ+ media representation.

The Trevor Project is an organization that both provides resources for trans people, but also has a guide on how to be a good ally. If you don't know much about what it means to be trans, or want to be a better ally, their guide is very helpful. For trans people they also provide counseling and can connect you other trans people.

Reading List

Here are some of my favorite books about or by queer people. Some of them are educational, some are sad, and some of them are beautifully joyful.

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