SPRINGFIELD — The Gender and Sexuality Student Services office at the University of Illinois-Springfield (UIS) has produced at list of LGBTQ resources for students during the coronavirus pandemic.
- University of Illinois Springfield COVID-19 Resources
- Verified LGBTQ+ Affirming and Immigrant Friendly Resources Providing Services During COVID-19
- 7 Ways Survivors of Sexual Violence Can Practice Self-Care When Retraumatized During Tragedy
- 9 Strategies for Quarantining in a Non-LGBTQ+ Affirming Environment
- Navigating COVID-19 and Chest Binding: 8 Tips for Your Respiratory Health for Trans and Nonbinary People…
- A Know Your Rights Guide for Transgender People Navigating COVID-19 (Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund)
- Doctors can’t use COVID-19 antibodies from gay men or anyone taking PrEP – A social disease (homophobia) before science amidst a pandemic. If you want to give blood or plasma, be aware of this out dated policy.
- How LGBTQ+ People Can Get Help and Resources During Coronavirus – As LGBTQ+ health and community centers are shutting down nationwide, these virtual resource kits, phone hotlines, live streams, and webinars are vital for getting information and support.
- The Coronavirus (COVID-19): What Trans People Need to Know – National Center for Transgender Equality
- Coronavirus 2019: What LGBTQ+ People Need to Know – National LGBT Cancer Network
New resources for the list can be sent to Kerry Poynter at email@example.com.