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Help us continue to share quality education on gender and sexual identity.
Identiversity was created as a community service to provide evidence-based information about gender and sexual identity 24-7 -- resources not generally included in traditional learning -- at no charge to the general public. Community understanding of gender and sexual identity is dependent upon your financial contribution. Your immediate donation is necessary to continue to provide relevant, current and reliable content to all.
Your financial support is critical!
- $100 provides an hour of research
- $1,000 adds a new element to the site
- $5,000 finances a new topic section
- $10,000 funds specialized programing for non-profit organizations
Identiversity is a donor-driven 501(c)(3) non-profit. All contributions are tax deductible.
Thousands of people have already benefited from the identiversity approach. It's practical learning that is easily understood and can be used in everyday life at home, work and throughout the community.
Amanda, a 6th grade teacher in Ohio wrote:
I just briefly checked it out and absolutely love how informative and specific the information is. I can’t wait to go back and read it more closely. We’ve learned about a lot of these terms through professional development at school, but I haven’t seen a website like this dedicated to breaking it down. This is an incredible educational tool.
Leslie, with Big Brothers Big Sisters shared:
I had several staff reach out directly and tell me they thought it was great training and they learned a lot. I would recommend this model of training to other organizations. I feel like this was a very effective, supportive and empowering way to learn.
Michelle Icard, educator, author
Discussing gender and sexual identity can be daunting, especially since we didn't grow up with the same vocabulary tweens and teens use fluently now. Help is here! ... [identiversity.org] is a gentle resource (with a glossary, yay!). I think we all owe it to ourselves, our kids, and the world to learn more so we can be better listeners.
Alice, mother of bisexual son
This is a very comprehensive website, with excellent resources. My son recently shared his sexual orientation with us as bisexual and I have been having a hard time finding helpful information about the subject so I can learn more in order to be supportive to him. I have spent the last hour combing through [identiversity.org] and I am very grateful to have it as a resource!
Lisa, associate rector
This will help so many people who feel lost and unappreciated and misunderstood. What a gift. I have passed it on to others.
Edwina Woodbury, IWF Program Chair
This evening’s program was excellent: educational, provocative, and quite interactive. I can’t thank you and your colleagues enough for sharing this material with us and making us aware of the valuable resources available at Identiversity.