The LGBT Health & Development Program

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Youth Blog – Pride is Protest in San Juan, Puerto Rico

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25th June

Read about our SMART project team’s experience during San Juan Pride.



Youth Blog – I Believe You, I Support You, It’s Not Your Fault: Supporting a Friend After Sexual Assault

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25th April

The LGBTQ community is disproportionately affected by sexual violence. Here are some guidelines for supporting survivors.



Youth Blog – Don’t Be a Drag, Just Keep It Green

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2nd April

LGBTQ justice and environmental justice go hand in hand. Help shape a better world by keeping it green.



Youth Blog – Identifying as LGBTQ in the Military

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13th February

Read about what it was like for one LGBTQ-identified person to serve in the U.S. Air Force.



Youth Blog – Fake News and Your Health

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8th January

Is Instagram suggesting that your sore throat is Ebola? Where to get good info about your health on the web.



New Year’s Resolution: Self-Love

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4th December

Five ways to turn your New Year’s fitness resolution into a body-positive resolution.



Friendsgiving: How to Make it Work

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31st October

If you’re trying to plan a Friendsgiving celebration and aren’t sure where to start, here are some ideas for you and your chosen family!



Family Holidays: Tips for Trans Individuals

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31st October

Seeing family for the holidays can be stressful, especially for those outside of the gender binary. Here are some tips.



Honoring Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Spotlight on FAB 400

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27th October

The FAB 400 project aims to interrupt the common narrative of intimate partner violence (IPV) as heterosexual.



Gender Nonconformity and Research

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28th July

Public health researchers often group many identities within the umbrella of transgender in research studies. What does this mean for health research?






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