This online journal publishes empirical knowledge and conceptual information about sexual minorities and their social environment. It has innovative ideas and resources for the design, evaluation, and delivery for social services for these populations at all stages of life. All articles in this journal have undergone anonymous, double-blind peer review.
This is a report that discusses discrimination against LGBTQ+ foster and adoptive parents. It explains how religious exemptions allow agencies to discriminate against LGBTQ+ parents. In turn, that reduces the number of families available to adopt, overburdens the child welfare system, and hurts the best interests of children.
PFLAG is an organization that serves the LGBTQ+ community and their allies. It’s the “first and largest organization dedicated to supporting, educating, and advocating for LGBTQ+ people and their families.” On their webpage, users can find support, information, and resources. There’s also the PFLAG Chapter Network that hosts 400+ chapters across the country with 200,000+ members.
Bi.org is sponsored by the American Institute of Bisexuality and serves the bisexual community and its allies. Its mission is to, “connect bi people around the world and provide accurate, accessible, scientifically-sound information about (bi)sexuality.” Users can explore LGBTQ+ research and community involvement.