Protecting LGBTQ+ Youth
This collection includes a webinar, a white paper, and a social media toolkit that contains pre-formatted posts you can incorporate into your own social media. Start being part of the solution.
You may be aware of the statistics that show LGBTQ+ adults suffer from a higher rate of victimization than do their non-LGBTQ+ peers. You may even know the same is true about the victimization of LGBTQ+ youth. What you need to know is that these victimization figures are related to each other and – far more importantly! – that there is a lot even individuals can do to protect LGBTQ+ children and youth and lower our community’s overall victimization disparities.