Our Resources

 

Please email us at LexPrideMA@gmail.com if you have questions about these or other resources.

 

 

General

About LexPride

2018 special report on LGBTQ+ people in Boston area

#OpenToAll registration form

Concepts

What is LGBTQ+?

Using Pronouns

Talking with Young Children about Gender

Talking with Children about Homophobia/Transphobia

Principles for Safe, Supportive Learning Environments

Overcoming Unconscious Bias

10 Ways White Liberals Perpetuate Racism*

Inclusive Practices

For daycare and preschools

For K-12 schools, classrooms, and activities

For substitute teachers

For the community

For businesses and organizations

Book Lists

Cary Library Celebrate Pride (children’s books)

#YesOn3 为选票问题3投赞成票

#YesOn3 won! Thank you to everyone who helped us maintain dignity, respect, and civil rights for transgender people in MA. We will keep these flyers up for awhile in case anyone needs this information after the election.

#YesOn3 educational flyer

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流言终结

*At LexPride, we believe that we must combat all forms of bigotry and harm-doing, not just homophobia and transphobia — partly because we have intersecting identities, and partly because “no one is free until we are all free.” When we learn from each other, we become better allies and better prepared to understand how “isms” operate in our lives.

If You Are In Crisis

PLEASE call or text for help!

The Trevor Project (all LGBTQ+), 866-488-7386

Trans Lifeline, 877-565-8860

Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 800-273-8255

DESI LGBTQ Helpline for South Asians (908-367-3374 available Fridays and Sundays 8-10pm; online form always available)

National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network (list of hotlines, online help, organizations, and directories of therapists)

Five Action Steps To Communicate With Someone Who Might Be Suicidal

 

Support

LGBTQIA+ Teen Drop-In Space

Parent/Family Support Group

LexPride Monthly Socials (see calendar)

Lexington Interface Mental Health Referral Service

 

Resources for LGBTQIA+ Folks

Area Resources

Resource Guide for LGBTQ+ Seniors (mostly Boston)

Report Discrimination, Harassment, and Hate Crimes

Please report anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination, bullying, harassment, and hate crimes. We hear the stories, but people rarely report incidents. We need our town and schools to receive incident reports so they can better understand and respond to the problem.

Here are some places where you can report incidents:

Lexington Human Rights Committee

Lexington School Resource Officer (SRO)

Lexington Police Department