www.gender.org – Gender Education and Advocacy (news, info, and resources)
informative site, containing personal information, tips, and a good selection of links
http://www.queerbodies.org/ (the youth page), and their parent
http://www.isna.org/ -- the Intersex Society of North America
Introduction to Intersexuality and Intersex Activism at Transfeminism.org. This web site was established to facilitate communication between
intersex and trans people who are feminists, as well as their allies.
http://www.ambientejoven.org -- dedicada a la comunidad gay, lesbiana, bisexual y transexual
http://www.positive.org/DiQueSi/index.html “¡Di Que Si!” -- educacion sobre sexualidad
a favor del sexo
http://www.youthresource.com/our_lives/coming_out/brochures/bisexualespanol.cfm -- ¿Qué significa ser bisexual?
http://www.fwhc.org/espanol/index.htm -- Centro Feminista para las Mujeres (FWHC) discute los anticonceptivos, el aborto, y otros asuntos de su salud.
www.youthresource.com/our_lives/coming_out/brochures/transgenderespanol.cfm --¿Qué significa ser transgenero?
Creo que tal vez sea lesbiana, ¿y ahora qué hago? -- http://www.youthresource.com/our_lives/coming_out/brochures/lesbianespanol.cfm
Creo que tal vez sea gay, ¿y ahora qué hago?
http://www.poz.com/ -- informacion por la vida con VIH
http://www.gsanetwork.org/resources/recursos.html -- Que es, y como comenzar, una GSA en su escuela
http://www.guerrillagirls.com/ --- radical feminists in the arts world....
http://www.the-clitoris.com -- info on none other than...
http://bloodsisters.org -- all kinds o’ revolutionary menstruation resources
http://www.chicanas.com -- tons of awesome info for chicanas and their allies
http://www.exoticizemyfist.com/ - a rockin’ site of South Asian & Asian/Pacific
Islander feminist resources
http://www.prochoice.org/ -- National Abortion Federation – info on local
providers, finding emergency funding, etc.
http://www.about-face.org -- awesome website on girls & women’s
body image and media
Activism / Community & Social Justice
www.indymedia.org/en/index.shtml – great source of independent, non-corporate news media
information – in English and en español
http://www.prisonactivist.org/ -- information on activism around policing & imprisonment
http://www.srlp.org/ -- The Sylvia Rivera Law Project – protecting trans
people and their rights
http://www.freedomarchives.org/ -- Freedom Archives – video clips of movements for social justice
from the 1960’s onward, including a pretty big La Raza collection
http://www.geocities.com/radicalcheerleaders/about.htm -- the Radical Cheerleaders’ webpage – includes great
cheers on a number of different topics: women’s rights, queer rights, environment, foreign policy, etc.
http://www.youthec.org/youthforce/ -- Youth Force Coalition – a coalition of dope organizations
for youth empowerment, including SOUL (School of Unity and Liberation) and C-Beyond.
http://www.crimethinc.com/ -- social critique posters, stickers, etc you can print
out and distribute....
http://www.adbusters.org – Adbusters – cool counter-culture anti-advertising
Local resources : Tucson, AZ
Testing & Health Resources
Planned Parenthood of
Southern Arizona — STI testing, family planning, sexual health info. Call 884-5562
Theresa Lee Health Center
– STI clinic, HIV testing, as well as family planning. Call for clinic hours or for appt. -- 791-7676
Kino Teen Center
– teen health clinic, job skills, and violence prevention. 740-4600
Tucson Women’s Clinic – 1-866-653-6221
(toll free) or 321-4345 – Suite #35 Medical Plaza on Tucson Blvd (between Grant + Speedway) – services include
Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) – HIV testing (by appt.) and prevention programs, as well as services for
HIV+ people --- 1-800-771-9054 (toll free) or 628-7223
SACASA (Center Against Sexual Assault) -- 24-hour crisis
line: 1-800-400-1001 or 327-7273 (business line: 327-1171)
Wingspan AVP (domestic violence and bias crimes—support,
advocacy, and reporting) 624-0348 /1-800-553-9387 or go in person: 300 E 6th St. (just off 4th
Ave), Tucson AZ
Center (domestic violence shelter) 24-hour crisis line: 622-6347
SAMHC (mental health crisis services)
– call their 24-7 crisis-line: 622-6000
La Frontera – counseling and mental health services -- 884-9920
Resources – Queer Stuff
– Tucson’s LGBT Community Center (lending library, cyber-center, information & referral services, community
events) 300 E 6th St -- 624-1779 or www.wingspan.org
Eon “Lounge” Youth Center
-- drop-in center and empowerment program for LGBTQ youth 23 and under. 620-6245 or email@example.com or www.eonyouth.org .
Tucson Indian Center – Native LGBTQ Youth group – For information,
call 884-7131 x25.
and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) – meets the first Wednesday of each month. See www.pflagtucson.org or call 360-3795 for more information.
GLSEN – Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network (educators
working for equality in the education system; also support Gay Straight Alliances in schools) – 743-4800
SAGA – Southern Arizona Gender Alliance
– support group and advocates for the trans community, meets monthly. www.sagatucson.org or 867-0083.
U of A – Pride Alliance (the university’s LGBT Resource Center) 621-7585
Gay-Straight Alliances – At least 19 Tucson high schools have gay-straight alliances.
Call Eon Youth Lounge to find out which schools, and who to contact! 620-6245.
(also feel free to call 620-6245or come into Eon
to talk to our Homeless Youth Advocate)
Town – runs a youth shelter, transitional living apartments, services for youth on the street, and family
counseling/preservation – call their 24-hour youth help-line: 323-1706 / 1-800-537-8696.
Open Inn – temporary shelter and longer-term
transitional living programs. 630 E 9th St. -- 670-9040
Youth On Their Own -- http://www.yoto.org – Program supports young people (8-22) while they are in school.
Living stipend, food + clothing, alternative housing. 293-1136
Primavera Services – services for people 18 and up experiencing homelessness, including
hygiene necessities, job training, affordable housing – call 623-5111 for info. Programs include shelter for men,
Information & Referral
– Info about finding help in Tucson, M-F 8-5 call 881-1794. Or call 24-hour help-on-call crisis line: 323-9373.
Community Resources – Religious/Spiritual\
MCC Water of Life Metropolitan Church – Rev. Joyce Cook,3269 N. Mountain – 292-9151
Cornerstone Fellowship – 2902 N Geronimo Ave --
St. Phillips in the Hills Episcopal
Church – 4440 N Campbell – 299-6421
Peter and Paul Catholic Church – 1436 N Campbell – includes Grace Group (support group) and Tucson
Catholic Gay & Lesbian Family Ministry – call 293-6624 or 325-0892.
Lutherans Concerned -- chapter for gay/lesbian Lutherans, meets at Santa Cruz Lutheran Church,
6809 S Cardinal Ave. www.lctucson.org
Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network (TIHAN) –
492 N Alvernon – 299-6647
BICAS -- community bike shop, bike repair
instruction, etc – 44 W 6th St -- 628-7950
AIR – Art In Reality – FREE art/dance/music/performance classes
for youth, at The Muse, 516 N 5th Ave. 882-8012
VOICES and 110°– Tucson’s youth magazine -- http://www.voicesinc.org/110.htm or 622-7458. Found at 48 E. Pennington St.
Omeyocan Yes! -- a holistic program rooted
in indigenous Mexica philosophy, committed to providing HIV & substance use prevention and improving the sexual health
of Tucson’s youth of color, ages 14-18 (project of SAAF). Call 628-7223 or email OmeyocanYES@saaf.org.
YO! Youth Opportunity Movement —- job skills training and job placement
as well as other classes and opportunities. Call 798-0500.
Skrappy’s – great “underground” youth space and venue for tons of shows.
Check out www.skrappys.com or call 622-3028. Corner of 5th Ave and Broadway.
Southern Arizona Legal Aid – 64 E
Broadway. 623-9465 or 1-800-234-7252. (also, Wingspan has a weekly Pride Law Clinic, w/free legal advice, call 624-1779