Firstly, The Resource Hub is a list of healthy resources involving all aspects of well being.
As a result, readers will be able to learn more about their identities and others' as well.
Secondly, there are inequities that come with certain identities.
Finally, as allies, need to be educated about them.
These resources are for people in the LGBTQIA+ community to learn about their individual identity.
Additionally, they can receive information on healthcare, psychosocial support, and safety.
Meanwhile, they are also helpful for allies and loved ones to self-educate about these identities.
Finally, learn more about LGBTQIA+ vocabulary from my LGBTQIA+ dictionary.
Gender and Sex Resources
Similarly, here are resources that will help people discover their gender alignment.
Secondly, they help differentiate between these terms.
Thirdly, they are helpful for allies and loved ones to self-educate about these identities.
For more information about LGBTQIA+ vocabulary, check out my LGBTQIA+ dictionary.
Above all, it will help you educate about gender and sex in the media.
Most importantly, gender and sex may be exploited for financial gain.
In summary, this is called Pinkwashing or Rainbow Capitalism.
Additionally in this section are resources for persons in the LBGTQIA+ community surrounding addiction and recovery. The 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports that 18.7 million people age 18 or older had a substance use disorder in the United States. Furthermore, people who identify as gay or lesbian are more than twice as likely than those who identify as heterosexual to have a sever alcohol or tobacco use disorder (Healthline.com). These alarming numbers stress a need for more substance use resources readily available to the community.
Mental Health Resources
In this section, there are resources that can help a person struggling with their mental health.
However, if you know a person struggling with mental health, it’s important to support them.
Additionally, if you are struggling with your mental health and need someone to talk to:
Call 1-800-273-8255 for the Suicide Prevention Hotline
Chat via the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Given that, if you are part of the LGBTQIA+ community and need help:
The Trevor Project Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386
Call the Trans Lifeline at 1-877-565-8860.
In this section, the links can help people learn about different culture identities as well as their own.
Even more so, how to be more accepting and understanding of cultural practices and how they play into communication, relationships, world views, and more.
In this category, readers gain information about the inequities in the U.S. education system.
Likewise, there are also resources for students experiencing those inequities.
In this portion, can learn how the U.S. economy and social structure is discriminatory.
Additionally, the economy is inequitable for many groups.
Thirdly, are also resources for those experiencing economic disadvantage.