OUTSaskatoon's Queer Sexual Health Resources
Made by our Queer Youth Committee, this 'zine focuses specifically on consent, healthy relationships, safe sex, and STBBI's - all tailored specifically towards queer and trans youth!
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SHR has great counsellors who can help you with whatever your needs are. Check out The Q List for contact information.
Kids Help Phone is a Canadian and world leader known for expertise and continuous innovation as Canada’s only 24/7 counselling and information service for young people. Since 1989, their trained, professional counsellors have been listening to kids, often when no one else can or will. Kids Help Phone is always there – supporting young people wherever and whenever they need it most.
This line is primarily for transgender people experiencing a crisis. This includes people who may be struggling with their gender identity and are not sure that they are transgender. "While our goal is to prevent self harm, we welcome the call of any transgender person in need. We will do our very best to connect them with services that can help them meet that need."
While all gay and lesbian students face tremendous challenges, rural students go noticeably underserved. The purpose of this resource manual is to assist youth who need resources as well as concerned adults in creating safe environments for rural gay youth.
Australia's largest youth led organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and trans youth. Their website is full of fantastic resources, rad advice, and community.
Founded in 1995, Egale Canada Human Rights Trust is Canada’s only national charity promoting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBTQ2S+) human rights through research, education and community engagement. Their website is full of resources for youth of all identities, parents, educators, GSAs, and more.
Youth Safe is a queer resource website created by organizations in Alberta.
Everyone Is Gay works to improve the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning/Queer (LGBTQ2S+) youth using a three-pronged approach: providing honest advice to these youth while keeping them laughing; talking to students across the country in an effort to create caring, compassionate school environments; and working with parents of LGBTQ2S+ kids to help foster an ongoing dialogue and deeper understanding.
The It Gets Better Project was created to show young LGBTQ2S+ people the levels of happiness, potential, and positivity their lives will reach – if they can just get through their teen years. The It Gets Better Project wants to remind teenagers in the LGBTQ2S+ community that they are not alone — and it WILL get better.
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. Increasing empathy and empowering individuals is accomplished by creating an apolitical forum for LGBTQ2S+ stories from every age, race, gender, background and culture. The stories featured on the website deepen our understanding of each other, preserve history, and open hearts and minds.
MyGSA.ca is Canada’s website for safer and inclusive schools for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning (LGBTQ2S+) community. Whether you’re LGBTQ2S+ or not you’ll find something interesting and helpful on the site. Join the discussion, get the resources you need, and spread the word!
LGBTQ students should not have to compromise their personal safety, physical and mental health, or their happiness to attend college. This Guide outlines common problems that prospective students face, provide solutions and resources to deal with those problems, and other important factors for college students in the LGBTQ community to consider as they begin their college search.
Whether you need help navigating the college application process from start to finish, or are looking for the answer to a specific question, this resource will provide valuable information that prospective students who identify as LGBTQ need to know about researching, applying to, and attending college.