LGBTQ* resources online

It's not just books in the library that can help LGBTQ* pupils and their supporters (remember to look for the rainbow on the spine). All of these sites offer support and information about LGBTQ*.

Equality Network
A national charity working for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) equality and human rights in Scotland.

Scottish Trans Alliance
An Equality Network project to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland.

GIRES
Gender Identity Research and Education Society.

UK Trans Info
A national charity focused on improving the lives of trans and non-binary people in the UK.

CliniQ
Provides sexual health and wellbeing services for trans* people, their partners and friends.

Terrence Higgins Trust
Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland is part of the UK’s largest and leading HIV and sexual health charity.

Beyond the Binary
An online magazine for UK Non-Binary People.

Sexual Orientation for the Genderqueer Person
One of many helpful articles from blogger, activist, educator and artist Sam Killermann on 'it's pronounced Metrosexual'.

Gender Queer and Non-Binary Identities
Information, and resources for genderqueer, non-binary, questioning, and gender non-conforming people and their allies.

The Body Is Not An Apology
Radical self love for everybody and every body.

Stonewall
UK LGBTQ* charity. They also produce education resources.

Gender Wiki: Neutrois
Article on Gender Wiki about Neutrosis (a non-binary gender identity).

Neutrois
A curated list of resources and other websites relevant to those who identify as Neutrosis or want to learn more.

Androgyne Online
A curated online resource for those who identify as androgynous or want to know more.

Transitioning While Non-BinaryExcellent article by West Anderson on The Body Is Not an Apology.

This list was provided by Luca Fois, a student at University of Strathclyde MSc Library and Information Studies, is looking into LGBTQ* materials availability in Scottish high school libraries.


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