Three York Region hospitals will be adding pronouns into their electronic health records in an effort to improve care for LGBTQ2S+ people...
The political right’s current strategy for fighting against LGBTQ+ equality is to frame discussions about sexuality and gender in school as..
With schools closed and community events cancelled due to COVID-19, LGBTQ2 youth expert Jen Gilbert says it’s more important than ever for young people to stay connected with each other online.
IN THE MEDIA: Canadians on Pride in the pandemic: What ‘began as a protest continues to be a protest’
Keita, 30, immigrated from Sierra Leone to Edmonton with his family when he was 12. When he was 18, he moved to Toronto — home of one of the largest LGBTQ2 communities in the country. Keita is disappointed that pride is cancelled this year, but he’s glad to see it’s happening during a time of […]
Associate Professor Jen Gilbert spoke with Breakfast Television Toronto to discuss how pride has changed this year due to the pandemic. “Online programming could increase accessibility for youth who may not live in Toronto and have access to the in person festivities,” she said. Gilbert also suggests that LGBTQ youth reach out to their support network. "It's important for […]