http://twssonline.com/ A new webisode series following the lives of 4 Asian lesbians and 1 strong Asian ally, and the tangled webs they weave called “That’s What She Said.”
730 Polk St. 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103, (415)-292-3400
669 Elmwood Avenue Box 19, Suite B-10, Providence, RI 02908, (401)-383-7450, firstname.lastname@example.org
Greater New York Area
Mid-Atlantic/ Metro DC Area
http://www.gapa.org/ Gay Asian Pacific Alliance
http://www.q-wave.org/ for people of Asian Pacific-Islander descent who identify as lesbian, female bisexual, or transgendered and for anyone who is questioning her identity or sexual orientation
http://www.apifamilypride.org/ Working to end the isolation of Asian and Pacific Islander families with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender members through support, education, and dialogue.
www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=77183790589 Asian Pacific Lesbian Bisexual Women and Transgender Network (APLBTN)
www.al-fatiha.org/ Al-Fatiha Foundation
http://gayasiangeek.wordpress.com/ A blog by a gay asian geek.
http://www.lesbeasian.com/ is a website created specifically for and by Asian lesbians.
http://apifamilypride.org/ Working to end the isolation of Asian and Pacific Islander families with LGBT members through support, education and dialogue.
http://asianprideproject.org/ The Asian Pride Project is an online space for family and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Asians and Pacific Islanders.
http://www.logotv.com/video/franchise.jhtml?ctid=2183: A collection of videos highlighting the unique experiences of queer Asians on LOGOTV.
http://www.visibilityproject.org/ The Visibility Project is a photographic portraiture series focused on the Queer Asian American identified community. All participants currently or have once identified as female and the project is inclusive to: trans, ftm, mtf, genderqueer, bisexuals, lesbian, queer, intersex, andro, two-spirit… Definitions of Asian Americans is very diverse: East, Southeast, South Asian, Hapa, transplants, etc.
http://www.utopia-asia.com/ Utopia-Asia: resource for the multi-faceted homosexual subcultures of Asia.
http://www.fridae.com/ “Empowering Gay Asia”
http://hongni-rainbows.blogspot.com/ A blog to communicate on LGBT issues in Asia.
http://loloboi.tumblr.com/ QTAP Project: GenderFierce and Queerly Fobulous, an on-going project dedicated to promoting the visibility, voice and empowerment of trans, gender queer/non conforming, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer Asians and Pacific Islanders locally and globally.
http://www.paulinepark.com/ Gender rights advocate. Check out Pauline’s informative website (My favorite section is the Proto-Transgenderal & Homoerotic Traditions in Asia & the Pacific page. Learn about QAPI history!)
fuckyeahlgbtqasians.tumblr.com Fuck Yeah LGBTQ Asians! features self-submissions of LGBTQ identified Asians on Tumblr. The site also features LGBTQ Asian celebrities, activists, musicians, actors/actresses, and other public figures.
http://aznfliplgbt.blogspot.com/ thoughts of a queer asian
http://www.etsy.com/shop/elishalim Support Elisha Lim by checking out her wonderful Illustrated Gentleman Calendar and Queer Love Cards.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXbk91-NeVU&feature=player_embedded#at=14 I AM: Trans People Speak by Maxwell: Watch this powerful video by Maxwell
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEV5xyrD1hI&feature=player_embedded#at=275PrYSM (Providence Youth Student Movement) reaches out to the Cambodian LGBTQ community with this short bilingual documentary shown at the 2009 Pride Week in Phnom Penh.
Check out Timothy Wang’s novel, “Slant” which features a gay Asian American protagonist! Pretty cool!
http://www.afterellen.com/ (for women)
http://www.afterelton.com/ (for men)
www.therottenlittlegirls.com (good feminist, queer-friendly literature)
http://www.datehookup.com/content-the-glbt-resource-page.htm (a comprehensive LGBT resource page)
Coming Out Tips:
Asian Coming Out Story Videos:
Pen Pal Programs:
LA Center Youth Services: 1625 North Shrader Blvd. Los Angelas, CA 90028
Lambda Youth Network: P.O. Box 7911, Culver City, CA 90233
Rainbow Society: P.O. Box 6214, Santa Rosa, CA 95406 (womyn-identified only)
Hotlines and Help:
National Runaway Switchboard: 1-800-621-4000 (24/7)
Trevor Helpline for Sexual Minority Youth: 1-800-850-8078 (24/7)
Boston Alliance of Gay and Lesbian Youth: 1-800-42-BAGLY (24/7)
Out Youth: 1-800-96-YOUTH (5:30AM-9:30PM central time 7 days a week)
LYRIC Talkline: 1-800-246-PRIDE (6:30PM-9:30PM Pacific time Mon-Sat)
The Gay and Lesbian National Hotline: 1-888-THE-GLNH (6PM-10PM Eastern time Mon-Fri, 12PM-5PM Sat.)