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Approaching Race

This is resource from The Trevor Project for black and queer individuals about approaching intersectional conversations. Black and LGBTQ: Approaching Intersectional Conversations

The Human Rights Campaign has a document that goes in depth on how race, gender, and sexuality intersect. At the Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexuality


Cultural Diversity/Gender Schema

This has an introduction to gender schema theory which addresses how gender identity and gender roles are aspects of a person’s culture and upbringing. Gender Schema Theory Explained

This is an interactive map that shows where in the world there are gender diverse cultures that have recognized, revered, and integrated more than two genders. It gives information on each of these cultures. A Map of Gender-Diverse Cultures


Faith Based Conversations

This is an opinion article about someone’s experience with the intersection of her faith and sexuality. The author is an LGBTQ+ lawyer and she talks about her identity and her Christian religion. The intersectionality between faith and the LGBT+ community

Wikipedia seems to be the only place that has information on a wide variety of religions and that intersection with LGBTQ+ people other than scholarly papers. So the wikipedia page is probably the best starting place for non Christian faiths. Religion and LGBT People

This article talks about how LGBTQ+ rights are expressed in the media with respect to religion. It also has a lot of valuable data on the topic. It is primarily focused on Christianity when discussing religion. How Religion and LGBTQ Rights Intersect in Media Coverage


Implementing An Intersectional Mindset

This teaches about what intersectionality is, how it affects people, and why it is important to understand. It also gives advice on how to be a positive change. Ten Tips for Putting Intersectionality into Practice


Queer Intersectionality

An informative article on the minority experience, intersectionality, and privilege particularly related to the queer community. Privilege, Power, and Pride: Intersectionality within the LGBT Community

An address given at Union College for LGBTQ Pride, it talks about a vast variety of intersectional experiences and discusses many groups and how their identities influence their lives. The Way Forward: Race, Gender, Class and Queer Intersectionality as Survival