The Trevor Project works to prevent suicide among LGBTQ youth. They have a bunch of excellent resources, including a wonderful Guide to Being an Ally to Transgender and Non-Binary Youth. Their website features the beautiful work of queer youth artists.

The American Civil Liberties Union works to defend the legal rights of trans and queer people to live and participate in public life free from discrimination. Stay current on legal battles over trans and non-binary rights.

PFLAG advocates for the rights and wellbeing of queer and trans people from the perspective of parents, friends and allies. Their website is full of terrific educational materials including an extensive list of resources on non-binary identities.

I served as the content consultant for this series written for high school students. Being LGBTQ in America examines the meaning of sexual orientation and gender identity in the U.S. and is aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.

TransWork connects trans and gender non-conforming job seekers and entrepreneurs to a network of supportive employers and business partners in the Philadelphia region. I’m proud to serve on the advisory board of this trailblazing organization.

This free guide published by the Leeway Foundation is geared toward cultural organizations seeking to become more inclusive of trans and non-binary identities. It includes best practices for affirming these identities within organizations. I served as a content consultant on this groundbreaking project.

I wrote this workbook as a companion to my book, Beyond Trans: Does Gender Matter? It has practical exercises to help you identify the sex-classification policies in your everyday life, how to conduct a gender audit of your organization’s policies and practices to see where and how you are using gender in the workplace, a gender-inclusive design challenge, and scripts to convince your colleagues to implement gender-inclusivity.