JOURNALISTIC STYLE

The NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists Stylebook supplement on LGBTQ terminology

The Stylebook Supplement on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Terminology style guide complements the stylebooks of individual publications and the Associated Press stylebook. It includes words and phrases that have come into recent usage, in addition to earlier entries. It also includes a contact list of LGBTQ organization's websites, e-mails and mailing addresses, phone numbers and media contacts.

Style Guide: REPORTING ON PEOPLE WITH HIV AND AIDS

Journalists have a substantial influence on the public’s attitudes about HIV and AIDS. The emphasis the media often places on breaking news and reporting from law enforcement officials can give people a skewed view of individuals living with HIV, leading to misperceptions and even discrimination. This style guide notes ways in which newsrooms can present a more accurate picture of people living with HIV or AIDS.

GLAAD Media Reference Guide - 10th Edition

GLAAD's Media Reference Guide is intended to be used by journalists reporting for mainstream media outlets and by creators in entertainment media who want to tell LGBTQ people's stories fairly and accurately. It is not intended to be an all-inclusive glossary of language used within the LGBTQ community, nor is it a prescriptive guide for LGBTQ people.

LGBTQ+ RESOURCES

Gender and Sexuality Center: Serving Women and LGBTQA Communities

The mission of the Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) is to provide opportunities for all members of the UT Austin community to explore, organize, and promote learning around issues of gender and sexuality. The center also facilitates a greater responsiveness to the needs of women and the LGBTQIA+ communities through education, outreach, and advocacy.

allgo

allgo celebrates and nurtures vibrant queer people of color communities in Texas and beyond. We do this through cultural arts, wellness, and social justice programming by: supporting artists and artistic expression within our diverse communities; promoting health within a wellness model; and mobilizing and building coalitions among groups marginalized by race/ethnicity, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation/sexual identity in order to enact change.

Equality Texas

Equality Texas works to secure full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Texans through political action, education, community organizing, and collaboration. The Equality Texas Foundation works to secure full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Texans through education, community organizing, and collaboration.

Out Youth

Out Youth serves Central Texas LGBTQIA+ (lesbian/gay/bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning, intersex, and asexual) youth and their allies with programs and services to ensure these promising young people develop into happy, healthy, successful adults.

The Kind Clinic

Kind Clinic was founded in 2015 with the vision of providing  sexual wellness and health for all. Since then, we have become a leader in providing Central Texans access to PrEP, PEP, STI Testing and Treatment, HIV Testing and Care, Gender Care, and Telekind, our Telehealth service.