Publications | Resources
The following resources lift up stories of LGBTQIA+ joy, provide tools for building inclusive school communities, share ways to fight back against anti-LGBTQ legislation and much more.
We hope these support you in caring for the young people in your life this month and throughout the whole year.
News & Resources
+ The Trevor Project Coming Out Handbook
+ Elementary Books that Celebrate LGBTQIA+ Kids & Families
+ Minnesota LGBTQ+ Therapists’ Network
+ Resources for Queer & Transgender Black, Indigenous & People of Color
+ Guide to Using Pronouns
+ Brief History of Pride
+ Starting a Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) At Your School
+ Take Action Against Anti-Trans Legislation
+ Minnesota Resources for Queer & Trans Youth
+ LGBTQ+ Youth Stories of Pride
+ Guide for Supporting Transgender Students in K-12 Schools
Trainings & Resources
Understanding and Supporting LGBTQIA+ Youth in Rural Communities and Small Towns
3 CEHs | Recording Available through July 13
This webinar will explore the unique experiences of rural LGBTQIA+ youth and share guidelines for helping professionals, teachers and parents to promote inclusive rural communities.
Presented by Megan S. Paceley, PhD, MSW, Associate Professor, School of Social Welfare & Center for LGBTQ+ Research & Advocacy – University of Kansas
Youth Voices of Experience Magazine
In our most recent edition of Youth Voices of Experience – featuring artwork by Minnesota youth ages 12 – 22 – Kate Goenner shares stories exploring the positive mental health effects of binding.
“I bind because I want to look awesome…I feel powerful, especially with the right outfit.”