All Resources

AsylumConnect

An organization that uses technology to facilitate the safe navigation of people fleeing persecution due to their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Out in the Open

A resource dedicated to connecting rural LGBTQ people to build community, visibility, knowledge, and power.

TBuddy

A TBuddy™ is the friend and support system that every trans masculine person needs! Whether you are having an amazing day, or you're feeling down, your TBuddy™ will be there for you. TBuddy sessions are conducted by text, phone call, Skype and in-person. sessions are 100% free and we can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Trans Folx Fighting Eating Disorders

TFFED is a collective of trans and gender diverse people who believe eating disorders in marginalized communities are social justice issues. Their mission is to make visible, interrupt, and undermine the disproportionately high incidence of eating disorders in trans and gender diverse individuals through radical community healing, recovery institution reform, empowerment, and education.

The Network/La Red

The Network/La Red is a survivor-led, social justice organization that works to end partner abuse in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, SM, polyamorous, and queer communities. They are a bilingual English/Spanish resource.

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.

Black Transmen, Inc

Black Transmen, Inc. provides positive and affirming support to enrich the lives of transmen thru EmpowerHIM. The EmpowerHIM program offers self empowerment through mentoring, access to resources, and financial assistance to support his healthy transition and leadership development.

The Resilient Sisterhood Project

The Resilient Sisterhood Project’s mission is to educate and empower women of African descent regarding common but rarely discussed diseases of the reproductive system that disproportionately affect them. They approach these diseases and associated issues through a cultural and social justice lens, because they believe that poor knowledge of reproductive health is primarily related to health, racial, and socioeconomic disparities.

Sakhi

Sakhi for South Asian Women exists to represent the South Asian diaspora in a survivor-led movement. Sakhi is committed to serving survivors through a combination of efforts including—but not limited to—direct services, advocacy and organizing, technical assistance, and community outreach.