All Things Queer (@queerza)
South Africa's collective of All Things Queer, providing updates on gay and lesbian news and events.
Buck Angel (@BuckAngel)
The official website for the motivational speaker, filmmaker, educator and advocate, Buck Angel.
Australian-based group providing information and advice resources for trans* and non-trans* people alike.
Deaf Queer Resource Center (@deafqueer)
Non-profit resource and information centre for and about the international deaf queer community.
Blog by feminists with disabilities and others who work in solidarity with feminists with disabilities.
Supporting the freedom for males to wear clothing of their choice without stereotypes and gender labels
Gendered Intelligence (@GIYouthGroup)
Company that runs art projects and trans youth group sessions to engage people in debates about gender.
A supportive online community for the expression of identities across the spectrum.
For people born with an anatomy that someone decided is not standard for male or female.
A new site reporting on UK events of interest to LGBT people in UK & elsewhere.
London Queer Social Centre (@HouseOfBrag)
Squatted, volunteer-run, non-commercial project for queer/activist/liberation/radical & local communities.
A community of self-identifying LGBTQ women in Lebanon who believe in diversity.
Pink Stinks (@PinkstinksUK)
Campaign against products, media and marketing that prescribe stereotyped and limiting roles to girls.
Scarlet Alliance (@scarletalliance)
Australian organisation working for equality and justice for workers in the sex industry.
Inclusive, comprehensive and smart sexuality information and help for teens and 20s
British organization offering training, resources, news and links around LGBTQ issues at school.
Sex Worker Open University (@sexworkeropenuni)
Project created by and for sex workers (and allies) to socialize, learn new skills and create events together.
Southall Black Sisters (@SBSisters)
A not-for-profit organisation set up to meet the needs of black and minority ethnic women in the UK.
Promoting understanding and respect by connecting the public with the people and facts of sex work.