Whether you’re in need of resources for yourself, loved ones, or your workplace, our curated list of resources covers a range of topics, challenges, and experiences.
Whether your child has recently come out or a friend, colleague, or family member you have an important role in ensuring that they feel affirmed and supported. It’s also okay if you have questions and thankfully we have answers.
Canada’s 2SLGBTQ Archives
A digital exhibit by the Diefenbaker Canada Centre in partnership with the USSU Pride Centre. Curated by Megan Gorsalitz
A local collection of materials, articles, artwork, and more chronically the history of gender and sexual diversity in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Canada
A resource that provides information about PrEP.
A brief guide to healthy sexual practices, communications, and pleasure for 2SLGBTQ people.
A brief guide on navigating consent, boundaries, and different types of relationships.
A resource that provides you with basic information about intersex identities, how to support your child if they are intersex, and facts about intersex identities.
A resource that provides you with information about Two Spirit identities, history, and the impacts of colonization.
A resource that provides you an opportunity to learn about asexuality and aromantic identities, and different types of attraction.
A brief history of 2SLGBTQ people in Canada, and an introduction to the barriers and systems that prevent 2SLGBTQ people from experiencing full equality.
A starting place for people who are interested in supporting the vast, diverse, and wonderful 2SLGBTQ community
A starting place to learn about the vast, diverse, and wonderful world of the 2SLGBTQ community.
Guidelines for journalists and other media professionals to accurately depict the diversity that exists in our world
In 2017 The AP Stylebook was updated to include new definitions for gender, homophobia, and more. It was also updated to include the use of they/them as a singular pronoun!
Guidelines for media use to be respect when reporting on trans, genderqueer and intersex stories
Roots of Empathy is an international, evidence-based classroom program that has shown significant effect in reducing levels of aggression among schoolchildren by raising social/emotional competence and increasing empathy.
Anti-defamation League offers resources for teachers on bullying and cyberbullying prevention including lesson plans, workshops, strategies, and recommended readings for youth.
Saskatchewan based information for various interventions you may be considering for your transition
A living resource for offering better patient-centred care to transgender adults seeking gender-affirming medicine in Canada.
Guidelines for health providers for management of hormone therapy
Volunteer run indisciplinary professional organization working to improve lives of trans and gender diverse people
Various resources for individuals seeking information about transgender health
Useful resources for health professionals on 2SLGBTQ Health
Evidence based care, education, research, public poilcy and respect in Transgender Health
Gay-Straight Alliance Network (GSA Network) is a next-generation LGBTQ2S+ racial and gender justice organization that empowers and trains queer, trans and allied youth leaders to advocate, organize, and mobilize an intersectional movement for safer schools and healthier communities.
OUTSaskatoon’s GSA Guide can be used a weekly template for your GSA or can simply be used as inspiration for when you are planning activities for your GSA. The guide includes monthly programming that focused on specific themes with activities that focus on either educational, support-based, or social initiatives. There are many ways to run a GSA, and all are great, so choose whatever is best for your student’s, school, and community.
The full Health Education 6 curriculum, available in a print-friendly PDF format. Also includes the complete list of outcomes and indicators.
OUTSaskatoon provides education for students, school based staff, local organizations, businesses, and corporations.
Binding 101: Is it safe? What to use? How to do it?
A documentary series on the lives and challenges of trans students across America
Education resources for individuals and educators
Saskatchewan wide support network for trans and gender non-conforming individuals and their families
The personal youtube page of Arrows, a trans non-binary black person in their 20s. They share content on their coming out story, navigating gender, sexual health, relationships, and more.
The personal youtube channel for Jazz Jennings, a 20 year old transgender woman from Florida. Her page features her lived experiences as a trans woman, a colleage student, and a young person trying to find love.
I’m From Driftwood aims to help LGBTQ2S+ people learn more about their community, straight people learn more about their neighbors and everyone learn more about themselves through the power of storytelling and story sharing.
A video based project that showcases the lives of 2SLGBTQ people in order to educate youth that if life is hard right now, things can get better.
Canada’s National 2SLGBTQ organization