Rebel Well: For Everyone

Rebel Well: a Starter Survival Guide to a Trumped America for Teens and Emerging Adults: help, actions and planning for everyone to stay safe, and to be safe for the people around you.

What to Do in the Coming Days

This is not a blog I ever wanted to write.

Like many of you, I'd hoped for a different outcome from the U.S. election on Tuesday. I'd hoped we would not end up with a right-wing demagogue as our next president.

Yet here we are.

I Want To Be a Sex Educator. Er, How do I do That?

I will be a junior in high school next year, and because I've been lucky to stumble on a lot of really great sex-positive resources, I've learned I have a pretty strong interest in sexuality--as in, studying it/doing something in it as a career. However, getting information about this field is much more difficult than, say, engineering or law....

Young Sexuality Activists: Steph Herold

Steph Herold might be best known for starting the website, but since getting that project up and running in 2009, she's also started the blog, written for RH Reality Check, and put together the Safe Abortion Project and the tumblr I Had An Abortion. She currently sits on the board of the New York Abortion Access Fund, and just finished a master's degree in public health.

Young Sexuality Activists: Jason Ball

In September of 2012, openly gay footy player Jason Ball started a petition calling on the AFL (Australian Football League, for all you non-Aussies out there) to air anti-homophobia videos during their grand final. They agreed to show the ads from No To Homophobia during the preliminary finals, and since then, Jason has kept very busy speaking to new AFL players about homophobia in sport, becoming an ambassador for national mental health organization Beyond Blue, and leading the 18th Pride March Victoria through Melbourne with his teammates.

Young Sexuality Activists: Patsy Niklas

Patsy Niklas is someone I consider myself privileged to know in person. Until recently, she worked as the program manager for YEAH (Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS) in Melbourne, coordinating volunteer training and taking care of the organisation's social media.

Now she works with the Foundation for Young Australians on their Young People Without Borders project, helping young Australians get involved in volunteering and activism. In addition to all that, she hosts a weekly show about sex and relationships on Melbourne's youth-run radio station, SYN.

Straight for Equality

Your one-stop-shop for all things Ally! Find quizzes, resources, support, and tools to help you fight the good fight on behalf of your LGBTQ brethern. You can also sign the Straight for Equality Pledge.