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Practicing Inclusion Worksheet

Practicing Inclusion Worksheet This downloadable worksheet accompanies the Connecting the Dots: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation downloadable Teach-In.

Trans Bodies Trans Selves, Laura Erickson-Schroth

Trans Bodies, Trans Selves is a revolutionary resource-a comprehensive, reader-friendly guide for transgender people, with each chapter written by transgender or genderqueer authors. Provides authoritative information in an inclusive and respectful way and represents...

LGBTQ Terminology, 101

A list of terms identifying various aspects of the LGBTQ community. Terms are organized by assigned sex, gender, and sexual orientation.

Pansexual Pride Flag

Pansexual: the self-identifying term used to describe people who are attracted to people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions. The pansexual flag consists of three colored horizontal bars: pink, yellow, and...

Bisexual Pride Flag

Bisexual: the self-identifying term used to refer to people who are attracted to people whose gender identity is the same as theirs, and to people of another gender identity. The Bisexual Pride Flag consists...

Asexual Pride Flag

Asexual: a self-identifying term used to describe a person who experiences a lack of sexual attraction or very little sexual attraction. Asexuality is also sometimes referred to as “ace” for short. The asexual pride...

Non-binary Pride Flag

The non-binary pride flag was created by 17 year old Kye Rowan in February of 2014 when a call was put out by several members of their community for a flag that could represent...

Transgender Pride Flag

The Trans/Transgender Pride Flag was created by American trans woman Monica Helms in 1999, and was first shown at a pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona, United States in 2000. The flag represents the transgender community and consists of five...