This is a link to our Google Group.
Creating a safe space for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender members of CERN
This contains a list of astronomers who are out as LGBT along with their contact information.
The National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals, NOGLSTP, is a membership-based professional society of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people — and their allies — employed or interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. NOGLSTP educates people on LGBT issues in science and the technical workplace, and fosters mentoring and networking among its members.
oSTEM is an orgazation on a few different campuses around the United States whose mission is to provide services and support for students of sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics, create a dynamic network between students and professionals in industry and academia, provide education, outreach, and professional resources to high school students, and actively recruit and address the needs of diverse groups within the LGBTA community, inclusive of those who are historically underrepresented with regards to gender and ethnic background.
Federal GLOBE is an organization of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender employees of the United States federal government.
This website contains information regarding to transgender law. Of interest are a list of U.S. colleges and universities that have gender identity and/or expression in their non-discrimination policies and a list of U.S. jurisdictions that include gender identity and/or expression in their non-discrimination laws.
Map of U.S. States with non-discrimination laws in the basis of sexual orientation and/or gender identity/expression
This map, put together by the National Gay and Lesbian Taskforce, shows which states have gender expression and/or gender identity/expression in their non-discrimination policies.
This website contains links to a few U.S. National Lab's EEO policies as well as a few other documents that have been helpful to the LGBT+ group that has started at Jefferson Lab.
This website, written by Lynn Conway, contains a list of recommendations on how to make colleges safer and more welcoming for transgender students. Many of the ideas within are applicable to a larger context in making work environments more welcoming for trans people.
The LGBT-Friendly Campus Climate Index is a vital tool for assisting campuses in learning ways to improve their LGBT campus life and ultimately shape the educational experience to be more inclusive, welcoming and respectful of LGBT and Ally people. The index is owned and operated by Campus Pride, the leading national nonprofit organization for student leaders and campus groups working to create safer, more LGBT-Friendly learning environments at colleges and universities. The index is supported under the Campus Pride Q Research Institute for Higher Education as well as benefits from strategic partnerships with professional organizations in higher education and related LGBT nonprofit organizations.