General LGBTQIA+ resources
Helplines and Service Directories
Partner Violence 24/7 Hotline (The Network La Red)
This organization supports survivors who experience violence in LGBTQIA+ relationships, S/M relationships and/or polyamorous relationships.
Hotline, text, and chat services for For LGBTQ+ youth. Also a good resource center for LGBTQ+ youth, families, and allies.
24/7 phone hotline: 1-866-488-7386
24/7 text hotline: text START to 678-678
24/7 online chat: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/get-help-now/
This is an excellent resource in which you can search for verified LGBTQ and immigrant friendly services in your area, whether you are in the USA, Canada, or Mexico. Services include mental health services, legal services, medical services, housing, translation, transportation, food banks, and even sports and entertainment.
Books about Sexuality
Queer: A Graphic History
Meg-John Barker and Julie Scheele
Queer theory questions norms in our society around gender and sexuality and is useful for shifting our perspective of those. Academically, queer theory can be quite verbose and hard to understand, but this graphic history gives you the reader's digest version of the work of so many prominent queer theorists and it is super easy and fun to read too.
Queering Anarchism: Addressing and Undressing Power and Desire
Edited by C.B Daring, J. Rogue, Deric Shannon, and Abbey Volcano
A collection of powerful essays about the intersection of queer and anarchy. This book will help you think differently and positively about the politics of queer identity.
Bi:Notes for a Bisexual Revolution
If you have ever felt rejected or erased for being bisexual, both in straight and gay spaces, this book is for you. Written by a feminist bisexual and genderqueer activist, Shiri Eisner will help you understand and embrace your own bisexuality through a feminist, queer, and political lens. This book is also very useful to help you understand people in your life who are bisexual.
National Resource Center on LGBT Aging
This is a comprehensive resource center for elder LGBT+ individuals.
Lovecast by Dan Savage
This podcast is great for anyone wanting to improve their relationships and sex life or is looking for an entertaining way to pass time driving or doing household chores. Dan Savage has insightful, witty and funny responses to caller's questions looking for advice, hosts thoughtful interviews with guest doctors and educators, and has left leaning commentary about recent news in politics and sex at the beginning of each show. You can also find his books and events on his website.