LGBTQ

An Exploration of Abuse, Help Seeking and Why They Stay
Book
January, 2000

Study that investigates the experiences of battered gay and bisexual men.

  1. Bisexual
  2. Crime
  3. Gay
  4. Male Violence
  5. Sexual Violence
  6. Rape
  7. Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Communities
  • Author: Merrill, Gregory
  • Publisher: Haworth Press, Inc, 2000.
Topics
LGBTQ
Webinar
January, 2013

In this webinar we will explore using the bystander approach of sexual violence prevention with marginalized communities. Participants will expand their knowledge of the LGBTQ community, learn the basic principles of bystander intervention, and finally, using the LGBTQ population as an example, will practice customizing bystander intervention programs to the populations we work with. Though most bystander intervention programs in existence are geared towards college or university students,…

Topics
LGBTQ, Bystanders
Re-learning Consent From Our ForeQueers
Webinar
January, 2012

This workshop will explore how Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender & Queer (LGBPTQ) communities have historically worked to build healthy sexual relationships by normalizing open, ongoing communication about safety, boundaries and consent. The workshop will discuss the past and current work done by individual communities within the broader Queer and Trans Community in order to create and maintain social norms that promote healthy and positive examples of sex and sexuality. The…

Topics
LGBTQ
The Complete Guide to Sexual Wholeness
DVD
January, 2004

DVD Based on the best selling book The Survivors Guide to Sex. A revolutionary project mixing documentary style drama with education and mind/body exercises. The film follows a diverse cast of women and men healing from past sexual abuse.

  1. Therapy
  2. Treatment
  3. Sexual Identity
  4. Sexuality
  • Author: Haines, Staci
  • Publisher: S.I.R. Productions, 2004.
Topics
LGBTQ, Therapy
A Report of the Transgender Discrimination Survey
PDF
May, 2013

Based on data from the first-of-its-kind national survey, this report reveals devastating statistics about the frequency of blatant discrimination and outright violence against transgender people in schools, the workplace, healthcare, the criminal justice system, and social services.

The report also paints a picture of the incredible resiliency and strength of individuals, their families, and the community. Despite pervasive and repeated bias, discrimination, and violence, survey…

Topics
LGBTQ
Book
January, 2013

"Meet Polkadot," is an accessible introduction to the main character in our series, Polkadot. Polkadot as well as Polkadot’s big sister Gladiola and best friend Norma Alicia, introduce our readers to the challenges and beauty that are experienced by Polkadot as a non-binary, trans kid.

  1. Gender Identity
  2. Allyship
  3. Gender binary
  • Author: Broadhead, Talcott
  • Publisher: Danger Dot Publishing, 2013
Topics
LGBTQ, CSA Prevention
Speaking Out about Lesbian Battering
Book
January, 1986

Essays tell the stories of battered lesbians and discuss community organizing activities, support groups, and the possible causes of this form of domestic violence

  1. Essays
  2. Lesbian Battering
  3. Domestic Violence
  • Edited by: Kerry Lobel,National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Lesbian Task Force.
  • Publisher: Seal Press, 1986.
Topics
LGBTQ, Support Groups
DVD
January, 2002

1 videodisc

"Piñero" tells the story of the explosive life of a Latino icon, the poet-playwright-actor Miguel Piñero, whose urban poetry is recognized as a pre-cursor to rap and hip-hop. After doing time in hard-core Sing-Sing for petty thefts and drug dealing, Piñero's prison experiences developed into the 1974 Tony-nominated play Short Eyes. The resulting notoriety and fame was too much for the Latino bad-boy genius who retreated to the darker corners of New York City. Narrative…

Topics
Child Sexual Abuse, Incarcerated Survivors, Trafficking & CSEC, LGBTQ
PDF
December, 2010

To this day, having a sexual orientation or gender identity, real or perceived, that differs from the mainstream puts one at a higher risk for sexual violence. Homophobia, transphobia, and misogyny continue to pervade society and support the rape culture we live in. This has a tremendous impact on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer (LGBTIQ) communities.

Topics
LGBTQ
WCSAP Webpage
January, 2013

When youth in one study were asked if they knew "where to find resources for GLBT youth experiencing dating violence," only 10% identified domestic violence or sexual assault services (Freedner et al., 2002). Many sexual assault programs struggle to reduce barriers for teens to access their services; in the case of LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning) youth, the barriers may be even more substantial. It's important to note that the term "teen dating violence,"…

Topics
Child Sexual Abuse, LGBTQ

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