Things You Need To Know

There are a lot of questions surrounding the LGBTQ+ community. Here is the information you need! Here are some simple, broken down, and fun presentations on the ins and outs of the LGBTQ+ community! Check them out and share them! 

LGBTQ+ Terminology

In this segment, it talks about LGBTQ+ terminology, what is okay, what is not okay, and how to be mindful of language.  

How to be an Ally 

In this section, we talk about what an ally is, how to be an ally, and possible talking points when facing everyday bigotry.

How to have difficult conversations

This section has specific ways to start conversations and stop those who are using problematic language. Included, are ways to talk to family members, what to do at work, in school, and within yourself. 

Bystander Intervention

This presentation covers what to do when someone displays bigoted behavior or language.Included: why? how? and sample conversations. 

Coming out

This section talks about the ins and outs of coming out, what happens if you out someone, and the types of coming out.

Barriers to Service

This presentation talks about what specific barriers LGBTQ+ people experience when attempting to access services for domestic violence and intimate partner violence

Making referrals for LGBTQ+ Clients

This presentation gives tips on making safe referrals for LGBTQ+ clients

Creating Safe Spaces

This presentation shows ways to create safe spaces

LGBTQ+ Abuse Tactics

We cover abuse tactics that can be seen in LGBTQ+ relationships. 

LGBTQ+ Stalking

This presentation shows what it can look like when being stalked 

Transgender Identity Development

This is an introduction to gender identity development

Barriers Trans* survivors experience

This presentation covers the potential barriers that trans* folk may face when seeking services

Safety Planning for LGBTQ+ Survivors

This presentation covers safety planning for LGBTQ+ survivors

Ten Ways to be Inclusive 

This presentation covers ways to create an inclusive organization

Coming Soon:

Trans 101

Sexual Orientation 101

 

 

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