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+++ resources 

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mental health + self-care

You Feel Like Shit

Pixel Thoughts

The Affirmations Deck

A Queer Trans Mentally Ill Power Fantasy

Fireweed Collective Crisis Toolkit

Wellness Together Free 24/7 Counselling Services

sex + love

Autostraddle Sex and Relationships

Learning Good Consent Zine

Scarleteen: Online Sexual Health Resource

Brazen Trans Women Safer Sex Guide

40 Places to Learn Everything You Never Heard in Sex Ed

Campus Survivors: Safe Place for Survivors at Post-Secondary

indigenous resources

Native Land

TRC’s Calls to Action

Child-Friendly Version of TRC’s Calls To Action

Assembly of First Nations


Reclaiming Power and Place

Native Women’s Association of Canada

Tipler Teaches - Metis Teacher on IG

Decolonize Your Classroom (on IG)

lnclusive Canada (on IG)

deaf + disability community

Network Connector

Accessible Guide for Marketing

Guidelines for Verbal Description

Practice Guidelines for Described Video

How to Describe Works of Art

Accessibility Toolkits for Creative Spaces

Canadian Association of the Deaf

Toronto Sign Language Interpreter Services

community research

Switzer, S., Flicker, S., Chan Caruosone, S, McClelland, A, Ferguson, .T., Herelle, N., Yee, D.; Kennedy, S., Luhlanga, B., Apong, K., Corrdick A.,, Grant Stuart., C; DiCenso, A, de Prinse, K, Guta, A, Paddock, S, Strike, C. (2017). Picturing Participation: Exploring Engagement in HIV Service Provision, Programming and Care.

Empower. (2012). Performing OUT sex positivity with Drag and Burlesque from Empower Project.

Guta A., Flicker S., Travers R., Gahagan J., Ibanez-Carrasco F., St. John A., Maticka-Tyndale E., Oliver V., Switzer S. (2014) HIV CBR Ethics Brief #9: Engaging Youth. Improving the Accessibility of Research Ethics Boards for HIV Community-Based Research in Canada.

Empower.  (2012). Using Spoken Word in HIV Prevention Workshops: Poetry as Expression from Empower Project.

music + arts

Music Industry Terms By Kindness

The Creative Independent

A White Institution’s Guide for Welcoming Artists of Colour

How To Build The Music Industry We Want and Need

Freelance Calculator

Street Voices TO on IG

Ultra Magazine on IG

dance + movement

Toronto Kiki Ballroom Alliance on IG

Why do Humans Dance? - Tai Asks Why  

queer + trans stuff

Chani Nicholas Queer Horoscopes and Birth Chart Generator

Transgender Teen Survival Guide

Black and LGBTQ+: Approaching Intersectional Conversations

Salaam Canada  - Queer Muslim Community

LQBT Youthline 

Supporting Our Youth (SOY) Toronto

Project Youth Affirm: Coping Skills Training on IG 

Pieces to Pathways on IG: Substance Use Support Program


Transtrenderz: More than a Record Label

check out the amazing humans, projects, organizations, venues, and communities that we support and work with.
in solidarity we stan.

GAAP (Gendering Adolescent AIDS Prevention)

LGBT Youthline

The 519

Pieces to Pathways

ACAS (Asian Community AIDS Services)

New Ho Queen

New Feeling Co Op

Tea Base

Artscape Youngplace


Urban Arts Toronto

Gladday Bookshop

Girls Rock Camp

HeartLake Records

Bricks and Glitter

The Domino Project

Fireweed Collective

Kapisanan Centre

The Baby G

Resources from LIL SIS Workshops!

LIL SIS Organization acknowledges that we work from Tkaronto, the ancestral land of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. This territory is covered by Treaty 13 signed with the Mississaugas of the Credit, and the Williams Treaties signed with multiple Mississaugas and Chippewa bands. We are committed to learning from Indigenous communities and individuals as our fellow treaty members, so that our work can avoid perpetuating harm on Indigenous communities.

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