Coming out can be difficult and we understand that, Safe Space by BloodisBlood.org (nonprofit) has done the research and found this coming out guide by Trevor Project (nonprofit) for LGBTQIA+ young people.
Are you trying to support your Transgender or Nonbinary Friend, Sibling, Parent and want some guidance?
Here is a Guide Safe Space by BloodisBlood.org(nonprofit) found that the Trevor Project(nonprofit) put together.
Safe Space by BloodisBlood.org(nonprofit) recognizes that the national conversation around racial justice and equality for Black people grows in volume and scope, many Black LGBTQ young people are facing difficult conversations with people who are uninformed about race, queer identities, or the intersection of both. These conversations can take a variety of forms. Some are engaging their white friends for the first time about how being Black impacts their experience in LGBTQ spaces, and others are opening up about the nuances of their queer experiences in Black spaces. For people who hold multiple marginalized identities, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to explore the layers of these conversations with others — especially those whose lived experiences are different.
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It's Jordan here I just wanted to get on here and let yall know you can now schedule your appointment for the 6th Annual Gay Alliance Blood Drive all you have to do is
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To clarify our Blood Drives are open to any and everyone who wishes to support our cause, Blood is Blood is an LGBTQIA+ SAFE SPACE and everyone is welcome.