Resources about lesbians and gay men as well as people who are asexual, aromantic, bisexual, intersex, pansexual, queer, or other sexually marginalized populations. Transgender/gender non-conforming (TGNC) resources can be found in a separate collection but there may be overlap between the two.
Since 2003, ARC International has been advancing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights. ARC plays a unique role in facilitating strategic planning around LGBT issues internationally, strengthening global networks, and enhancing access…
A Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non Conforming People of Color center for community organizing, focusing on the New York City area. Through mobilization, education and capacity-building, they work for community wellness and…
The Bi-bliography is a regularly-updated database of bisexual books, created in LibraryThing.
The Blue Diamond Society was established in 2001. Working for sexual minorities in a conservative country like Nepal which still disapproves sexual behaviour other than heterosexual and therefore people like us was extremely challenging.
CLGA collects and maintains information related to LGBTQ2+ life in Canada.
The Coalition of African Lesbians is a feminist, activist and Pan-Africanist network of 14 organisations in 10 countries in sub-Saharan Africa committed to advancing freedom, justice and bodily autonomy for all women on the African continent and…
This report shows that U.S. Christian Right groups continue to build organizational strength and campaign to inscribe homophobia and anti-abortion politics in the constitutions and laws of African countries.
The Council for Global Equality brings together international human rights activists, foreign policy experts, LGBT leaders, philanthropists and corporate officials to encourage a clearer and stronger American voice on human rights concerns impacting…
This audit analyses key aspects of public policies in education and sexuality in Brazil, which have been designed as part of the wider programme Brazil Without Homophobia (BWH – Programa Brasil sem Homofobia), launched in 2004.
Creates diverse opportunities and safe spaces for lesbian, bisexual, trans* masculine people and marginalized women*, to fully participate in all areas of life and community in Fiji. We use a south lesbian feminist framework to work toward gender…