Gender & Sexuality Resource Center

Resources on Sexuality

 

This is a list of resources for those who identify as asexual, BDSM, bisexual or pansexual, gay, or lesbian. The categories are in place in order to facilitate ease of access, not to maintain hierarchical or horizontal separations (except alphabetical hierarchy). These resources are local, national, international, or on the internet. 
If you are a part of or would like to add a website or resource to any of these lists, please contact rlblack(at)fortlewis.edu.
Bear in mind most of these links and sites have resource lists of their own that can offer much more information and resources.
If you are looking for intersex, transgender, transsexual, or two-spirit resources please click here.
 
 
Below you will find resources that apply to many different sexualities or describe themselves as LGBT organizations. 
 
Note on Permissions and Copyrights: Every effort was made to obtain permission from websites and organizations to utilize both logos and text. Please click here to access written permission. All materials used for the purpose of educating students about resources and to make the website more accessible.
Disclaimer: Fort Lewis College and the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center do not necessarily endorse any of these organizations or websites and/or any content they may contain.

 

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Mission: Our mission is to empower the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community and our allies to take bold action to demand full legal and social equality, and to hold accountable those who stand in the way. Vision: We envision a society in which LGBTQ people experience equal protection under the law, and are free from cultural and social transphobia/homophobia, without caveat or compromise. To that end, GetEQUAL will inspire and equip the LGBTQ community and allies to fight back against discrimination in a way that builds power and personal agency, encourage LGBTQ people to take our place to push forward progressive change as equals, and to build bridges with all who struggle for justice and dignity in their lives.
 
 
As the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, the Human Rights Campaign represents a force of more than one million members and supporters nationwide — all committed to making HRC's vision a reality. Founded in 1980, HRC advocates on behalf of LGBT Americans, mobilizes grassroots actions in diverse communities, invests strategically to elect fair-minded individuals to office and educates the public about LGBT issues.
Website: www.hrc.org/ 
 
 
The National Center for Lesbian Rights is a national legal organization committed to advancing the civil and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education. NCLR is a non-profit, public interest law firm which litigates precedent-setting cases at the trial and appellate court levels; advocates for equitable public policies affecting the LGBT community; provides free legal assistance to LGBT people and their legal advocates; and conducts community education on LGBT legal issues.
Website: http://www.nclrights.org/
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Services: This program provides discounted medical, dental, and mental health services based on income and family size for people who have no insurance. A growing list of health providers are participating in the CARES program, offering discounts on medical, dental, vision, and mental health services in La Plata County.
Phone Number: 970.385.4747
 
 
 
The U.S. government’s ability to stem global health epidemics hinges on confronting the gender inequalities that threaten the health and rights of women and girls. CHANGE advocates for a foreign policy that is woman-centered, human-rights-based, integrated, and above all, proven to positively impact the basic human rights and wellbeing of women and girls worldwide. We focus our efforts in three areas: Public Policy, Research, and Outreach and Constituency Building.
 
 
Durango Planned Parenthood
Services: abortion; birth control; general health care; HIV testing; men’s health care; morning-after pill (emergency contraceptive, aka “Plan-B”); pregnancy testing and services; STD testing, treatment, and vaccinations; women’s health care.
Phone Number: 970.247.3002
Address: 46 Suttle Street, Durango, CO 81301
 
 
 
Go Ask Alice! is a health Q&A Internet resource. It provides readers with reliable, accurate, accessible, culturally competent information and a range of thoughtful perspectives so that they can make responsible decisions concerning their health and well-being. Information provided by Go Ask Alice! is not medical advice and not meant to replace consultation with a health care professional. Go Ask Alice! answers questions about relationships; sexuality; sexual health; emotional health; fitness; nutrition; alcohol, nicotine, and other drugs; and, general health.
 
 
The mission at Southwest Women's Health is to deliver high quality patient centered primary and gynecological care throughout each stage of a women's life. Our role as health care professionals is to address needs of body, mind and spirit, meeting women where they are and partnering with them along the road to health and well-being.
Services: Primary care; preventative care; treatment of minor acute illness; physical exams tailored for women; management and care of menopause; contraceptive care; diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases; teen care; evaluation and treatmen of sexually transmitted diseases; hormone pellet insertion, pessaries for incontinence; IUDs; implanon.
Phone Number: 970.247.0042
Address: 575 Rivergate Lane, Suite 210, Durango, CO 81301

 

 

 

Good As You represents a new generation of GLBT activism. Now is the time for intelligent, progressive-minded individuals to step up and fight for the common rights of which they might be denied. We're here to rally the troops. •We have made it our mission to investigate any organization/media outlet/personality in regards to discriminatory language or actions. In turn we will always extend the opportunity for these individuals or groups to speak on their own behalf, as we do support the First Amendment Right of all. •We strive to provide a safe, progressive, and positive forum in which we work to eliminate discrimination and intolerance. Privacy will always be protected, and all sources/tips will remain anonymous. •We don't feel it is our right or responsibility to "out" anyone, and we vow to never do so. Don't bother sending us "we saw so-and-so groping a twink at SBNY" messages. We do not care.
Our tone is light, but our message is firm: We will not sit back and be led to a society that favors discrimination over diversity.
 
 
We choose to define ourselves instead of letting a narrowly defined mainstream gay culture do it for us. That is what’s new about what we’re doing here. We* all agree that the mainstream definition of “gay” isn’t just a sexual orientation, it’s a white male culture defined by consumerism, superficiality and anti-intellectualism. We don’t fit into this narrow matrix. We don’t want to. We choose to unplug. We choose the red pill.This website is a forum where “new” gay men, women and transfolk of all backgrounds can share stories, ideas and events. We hope this site will help us learn about each other’s lives and have meaningful interactions. If you don’t see yourself or your opinions represented here, you solve that problem by sending us something to post. The burden is on you to make this site truly representative of a broad new gay community based on diversity, compassion and self-reflection.