Culture Love, Not Wars: What You Can Do
Trans/nonbinary people are beautiful. Trans Joy is revolutionary, loud, powerful, and necessary. Everyone deserves to live in a world that values and respects their existence.
Unfortunately the rights of trans people are under attack by certain politicians and organizations. This state-sanctioned hate is promoting a culture that hurts trans/nonbinary people.
Fortunately there is something you can do! Everyone can take some action to make the world a better place. By growing love, not hate, we can work together for change, joy, and equality.
To learn more about current events, their impact on trans/nonbinary communities, and actions you can take to make change, check out these resources.
The world is a better place when we…
1. Recognize that every person has value.
2. Laugh together, check in with friends.
3. Vote our values.
4. Share resources.
5. Work together for change.
Recognize that every person has value.
Language around gender identity changes quickly and may feel overwhelming to keep up with. This glossary helps people communicate accurately and respectfully with one another.
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.
Trans and LGBQ+ people have many intersecting and overlapping identities, like race, class, and disability. This article includes ten influential Black LGBTQ+ activists to be informed about during pride month, and organizations to support.
Laugh together, check in with friends.
Whether you’re looking for information on supporting a transgender person in your life or helping to change the world to be better for transgender people overall, this guide can help.
Trans and non-binary people often face elevated levels of harm, health disparities, and barriers to accessing care, AND, also embody incredible resilience and strength. Learn how community members can improve the realities of trans people through simple and direct action.
Vote our values.
This training webinar for therapists and social services professionals discusses the actual effects what’s happening in legislatures, social media, and news are having on trans and nonbinary individuals and families.
Erin Reed is a trans queer news and history content creator, lgbtq+ and repro legislation tracker, and activist. Keep up with the latest trans and queer news and legislation on Erin’s blog, Erin in the Morning.
Work together for change.
FORGE’s 30 Days of Action for Sexual Assault Awareness Month offers actions you can take, big and small, to make a difference in the lives of trans and nonbinary survivors of violence.