Dreaming of Queer Futures: Scarleteen Pride 2022
Welcome to our third digital Pride, Queer Futures, of June 18th and 19th, 2022! To kick off our celebration, I wanted to share all the cool stuff we have planned for the coming weekend, and to say a few words about why we chose this theme.
A resource built for those who are both autistic and part of the LGBTQ community.
Scarleteen Digital Pride!
Your place to find all the awesome things going on as part of Scarleteen's Digital Pride Celebration!
Queer Your Eyes and Ears (with some help from the Scarleteam)!
One of my favorite parts of Pride is watching queer stories and media be centered and shared throughout the month, which is why I put out a call to our wonderful Scarleteam to share their favorite pieces of queer media!
How do I make my siblings understand?
I came out as bisexual to my family 7 months ago, and I am so very grateful that my parents are supportive. The thing is, I keep having to explain to my younger siblings that I like both genders and when I date the same gender I won't become gay or straight. Specifically to my 10-year-old sister....
Out in the Open
A resource dedicated to connecting rural LGBTQ people to build community, visibility, knowledge, and power.
DeQH: Desi LGBTQ Helpline for South Asians
DeQH is the first national Desi LGBT Helpline in the United States. They offer free, confidential, culturally sensitive peer support, information and resources for LGBTQ South Asian individuals, families and friends around the globe.
How to Celebrate Pride From Home (even if you can't be out)
Social distancing has introduced new challenges into Pride month. Here are some tips on how to celebrate safely at home, including what to do if it's not safe for you to be out yet.
Support Across Social Distance
Some accessible, international supports that you or others can access during the pandemic to help with some of the downsides of social distancing.
I'm a lesbian and my now-boyfriend recently came out and socially transitioned, and I don't feel comfortable dating him anymore.
I'm a lesbian and I've had a girlfriend since last year. Things were going great, but now he's my boyfriend, L. I don't have an issue with L being trans at all, but I don't feel anything for him anymore and I don't feel comfortable dating him if he's not a woman (or at least woman-aligned)....