Education Resources

LGBT Youth Line

LGBT Youth Line

LGBT YouthLine is a Queer, Trans, Two-Spirit* youth-led organization that affirms and supports the experiences of youth (29 and under) across Ontario. We do this by providing anonymous peer support and referrals (via phone, online chat, and text); training youth to provide support to other youth; and providing resources so youth can make informed decisions.

Teen Talk

Teen Talk

We provide services for youth from a harm reduction, prevention education perspective. We focus on sexuality, reproductive health, body image, substance use awareness, mental health, issues of diversity, and anti-violence issues. We adhere to the belief that by providing youth with accurate, non-judgemental information they can make healthier decisions and choices for themselves!

Amaze

Amaze

Amaze.org takes the awkward out of sex ed. Real info in fun, animated videos that give you all the answers you actually want to know about sex, your body, and relationships. Amaze is also on Snap and Instagram!

Two Spirit: Building Inclusive Communities

Two Spirit: Building Inclusive Communities It is important to understand the history and relevance of Colonization in order to understand why/ how it plays a role in gender-based violence. The term Two Spirit is also often confused and misused. Before the discussion of building an inclusive community begins, understands Colonization and the term Two Spirit

Healthy Masculinity & Anti-Violence

Healthy Masculinity & Anti-Violence

How To Promote Healthy Masculinity – White Ribbon Campaign http://www.whiteribbon.ca Promoting healthy masculinity is a way that we can help to reduce gender-based violence. It also aims to reduce “toxic” gender norms and stereotypes, for example, that men are expected to be emotionless,  play sports, and be aggressive to name a few.

Explaining Consent & Sexual Violence

Explaining Consent and Sexual Violence answers questions such as: What is Consent? How do I give it/ get it? What is not Consent? What is the Age of Consent? What is the difference between Sexual Harassment, Assault, and Violence?

The Learning Network

The Learning Network

The Learning Network: Mobilizing knowledge to end gender-based violence The Learning Network is a valuable source of evidence-informed resources for individuals, service providers, and organizations working to end violence against women and other forms of gender-based violence (GBV).

Face Covering Tips & Info For Survivors

Face Covering Tips & Info For Survivors

Women’s March

Rising Up