An online resource relating to Queer topics, identities and issues, available for free.
via An Injustice Mag. Myths about bisexuality and its history are explored in an article, raising important points about bisexual identity.
Jonathan Leggette talks through the misconceptions faced by Intersex individuals in Queer spaces. via GLAAD.
Library.LGBT is the new information library launched by Albany Pride, a free resource and information centre about Queer identities, culture, history and more.
Library.LGBT is being released in stages, and we're proud to release both our Flag Library.LGBT and Lexicon Library.LGBT components to the public, which you can access below. To find out more about Library.LGBT, click here.
A comprehensive databse of the Pride Flags you'll find in the Queer community, their history and their design concepts. Find the flag that best represents your identity!
A comprehensive guide to the terminology of the Queer community: including sexualities, gender identities, health terminologies, slang and related concepts.
Library.LGBT is an online resource surrounding Queer/LGBTQIA+ information, topics, health, history, and culture, and is an initiative of Albany Pride and PFlag Albany.
Library.LGBT hopes to offer information that is valuable to both Queer and non-Queer people alike, to better understand our community, the identities within them, and our long and varied history. We want to provide information that is reliable and relevant, and above all, free to access and use.
Part of Albany Pride‘s mission statement is to educate people about LGBTQIA+ topics, promoting diversity and acceptance of LGBTQIA+ people, raising awareness, and helping LGBTQIA+ people in our communities to build resilience, a capacity for self-help, and a sense of acceptance of belonging in the LGBTQIA+ community (and outside of it). We firmly believe that education is central to all aspects of that.About Albany Pride
Albany Pride is a regional LGBTQIA+ organisation based in Western Australia. We provide networking and support for the local LGBTQIA+ community through events and our annual Pride Festival, as well as liaising with and collaborating with other Pride and allied health and community organisations to advocate for the LGBTQIA+ community locally and beyond.