Gayscape - The Complete directory to anything Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual on the Internet.
This link takes you to their Queer Studies section.
There are thousands of queer sites on the internet.
These are just a few of the GLBT resources online:
A selective, annotated guide to the best and most
on politics, law, and public policy. Designed for students, scholars, journalists,
activists, and citizens, and maintained by Steve Sanders, Indiana University.
|Latest news reports on GLB issues|
|Electronic mailing lists|
|In the states|
|Civil rights and non-discrimination|
|Hate crimes, anti-violence,
|Marriage and domestic partnership|
|Parenting, adoption, and family|
|Schools, youth, Boy Scouts|
|Schools, youth, Boy Scouts|
|Workplace and employment|
|Law and legal resources|
|Genetics and science|
|Other meta-sites, indexes, collections
of links and info|
Links to lesbian history on the Internet. Lesbian history in
any location and time period. Special Projects: The Lesbians of Color Web page;
The Southern California Lesbian History Web page.
People with a History presents the history of lesbians, gay
men, bisexuals and transgendered people [=LGBT]. It includes hundreds of original texts,
discussions, and [soon] images, and addresses LGBT history in all periods, and in all
regions of the world.
A wide range of resources available for youth and educators.
The largest, most complete GLBT* search on the Internet!
News, equality, genetics, history, family, etc.
This site exists to introduce people to the work of the
real Ninth Street Center, a not-for-profit volunteer organization, and the
ideas of Paul Rosenfels.
Paul was a Chicago-based psychiatrist who broke with
psychoanalysis in the 1940's and developed his own ideas about human
relationships. The Ninth Street Center was founded in 1973 to teach his
innovative insights to creative and independent men and women, many of
whom have gone on to become teachers and leaders themselves.
This site is from About.com.
The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF) is a leading
progressive civil rights organization that has supported grassroots organizing and
advocacy since 1973. Since its inception, NGLTF has been at the forefront of every major
initiative for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. In all its efforts, NGLTF
helps to strengthen the gay and lesbian movement at the state and local level while
connecting these activities to a national vision of change.
The Nonprofit Organizations Links page includes:
Erratic Impact is in association with queertheory.com
a diverse array of interests, academic and otherwise, integrating visual,
audio and textual resources with the best online resources -- extending
across many disciplines, including queer studies, gender studies,
feminism, women's studies, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and
transsexual studies, etc.