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Ally Resources

Learn about queer history and become knowledgeable about current issues so you can be a better advocate for your friends and family. We encourage you to visit our LGBTQIA2S+ People Resources page to better understand different perspectives. You can also take our Safe Ally Training Course to practice continuous learning and growth.

Trans Ally Guide: helps cisgender individuals be a better ally to trans and nonbinary individuals.

Banned Books List: these books have been banned either at a local or state level. The reasons for being banned is specific to each book, but may include: having a queer character, having a trans character, discussions of sexuality and gender, being sex-positive and similar reasons.

Cultural Issues in Parenting: this four-credit course examines how parents can support children's cultural development at various ages and offers suggestions for coping with insensitive or hurtful episodes at school and in the community.

Course objectives:

  • Give examples of cultural differences to expect when a child enters a home
  • Describe aspects of culture
  • Recognize stereotypes based on race, color, and ethnicity
  • Describe the cultural needs of children by age group
  • Give examples of ways to support a child's sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression

Family Acceptance Project: offers resources and support to decrease mental health risks and promote well-being.

PFLAG: the first and largest organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQIA2S+), people, their parents and families and allies. With over 400 chapters and 200,000 members and supporters crossing multiple generations of families in major urban centers, small cities and rural areas across America, PFLAG is committed to creating a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued and affirmed.

Queer Books: a list of queer books is for children, students and youth.

Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth: this fifteen-page guide offers suggestions for foster parents and guardians for supporting queer youth and creating an affirming and welcoming home for them.

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With your help, we can create a better world for everyone. If you need access to more resources or have questions, call us at 920-465-2167 or email at

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