This question and answer center provides you with answers to many questions about sexual orientation and homosexuality. It helps dispel many common myths about the topic and provides you with important basic facts. It also contains a useful bibliography of places to look for further information on the subject.
This site provides links to organisations, books, journals, and digital libraries for resources on sexual orientation.
The largest encyclopedia of lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/queer culture to date. Contains articles and research on a variety of issues, as well as a space to sign up for the list serve and receive regular updates.
The Humsafar Trust is a male sexual health agency in Mumbai providing support for gay men and men who have sex with men. The website provides links to STD and HIV/AIDS information and education as well as information about gay rights in India.
The Intersex Society of North America (ISNA) is devoted to systemic change to end shame, secrecy, and unwanted genital surgeries for people born with an anatomy that someone decided is not standard for male or female. The Intersex Society of North America (ISNA) was founded in 1993 in an effort to advocate for patients and families who felt they had been harmed by their experiences with the health care system. ISNA has now evolved into an important resource for clinicians, parents, and affected individuals who require basic information about intersex people and how to improve their health care and overall well-being. The ISNA website offers resources such as frequently asked questions, a library, history, videos, links online articles, to name a few.
The New York Public Library is the second largest public library in the United States. It stores, publishes and consistently posts articles, news, events and archived material including books and scholar articles on LGBT issues in this particular section on their website.
OII Australia is an independent support, education and policy development organisation, by and for people with intersex variations or differences. Our work focuses on human rights, bodily autonomy and self-determination, and on evidence-based, patient-directed healthcare. The OII Australia website offers resources such as frequently asked questions, information on intersex people for allies, information for parents, employers and service providers and other articles.
"PFLAG (Parents Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is a national organization promoting the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons and their families and friends."
The online resources section of this Canada-based website, provides links to other LGBT resources and support services.
Queer-Ink was initiated under the aegis of Offside Enterprises, a partnership of two queer women with over 20 years of experience each in corporate and non-profit sectors, and a shared commitment towards creating empowering and self-sustaining undertakings through the retailing of books, art and films or the publishing of new works or even setting up their very own Qi community.
Online resources for books, journals, articles, resource people, organisations, and support groups for people who identify as queer.
Sahodari is both a movement and a family of young transsexual persons. Founded in Tamil Nadu by Kalki, a successful transsexual woman, Sahodari’s members and trustees are entirely constituted by transgender persons. Functioning informally for over five years and formally registered in July 2008, Sahodari aspires to promote social, political, and economic equity while campaigning for the rights and liberties of transgender persons. Sahodari works to establish both social and economic justice for gender non-confirming persons while working towards the elimination of oppression and exclusion based on caste, ethnicity, gender, class, religion, legal status, sexual orientation, age, and disability. Sahodari runs several projects and is also responsible for having created India’s first matrimonial site for transgender persons.
A news and information source for crossdressers, transvestites, transsexuals, transgendered people, their family and friends.
Library Q: The Library Worker's Guide to Resources for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Users is specifically developed as an aid to librarians working in the area of LBGT librarianship. This virtual library contains resources oriented to both public and technical services, including directories, bibliographies, checklists, and other resources compiled by Library Q staff as well as annotated links to a myriad of other resources developed by other library workers, bibliophiles, and knowledgeable people.
The London Gender Clinic is a new concept in providing comprehensive health care to gender dysphoric, gender variant, transvestite, transgendered and transsexual people
The online centre serves as a resource for psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, as well as medical and legal experts who share a desire to better understand the transgender community and identities, as well as the circumstances in which transgenders live, in Asia. The aim is to promote and disseminate research and understanding of, as well as contributing towards efforts to effect social change in regard to, transgenders in Asia. It also contains country reports, book reviews, bibliographies, links to new resources and research, and personal accounts of transgenders in Asia.
U.K. website includes library and database on research about transgendered persons.