For LGBTQIA+ ecologists and allies.
500 Queer Scientists
A visibility campaign for LGBTQ+ people and their allies working in STEM.
Pride in STEM
A charity aiming to showcase and support all LGBTQIA+ people in STEM fields.
‘Four LGBTQ+ TED Talks to challenge your culture of inclusivity’.
Pride Field Network
A platform providing information, community support and resources for LGBTQIA+ fieldworkers.
Fieldwork Safety Map
A map created by the Pride Field Network showing legal status of homosexuality in countries across the world.
Pride in the Field Blog Series
A blog series from the Royal Geographic Society about being out in the field.
Inclusive and accurate methods for teaching sex- and gender-related topics in biology.
“Now I’m Not Afraid”: The Influence of Identity-Focused STEM Professional Organizations on the Persistence of Sexual and Gender Minority Undergraduates in STEM
National Antarctic Program responses to fieldwork sexual harassment
Bystanders can push back on Bias and Bigotry
Perspectives of a gay scientist: the importance of being visible
You are welcome here: A practical guide to diversity, equity, and inclusion for undergraduates embarking on an ecological research experience
Turing’s children: Representation of sexual minorities in STEM
An alternative hypothesis for the evolution of same-sex sexual behaviour in animals
LGBTQ+ in STEM: Visibility and Beyond
Best practices for LGBTQ+ inclusion during ecological fieldwork: Considering safety, cis/heteronormativity and structural barriers
LGBT + academics’ and PhD students’ experiences of visibility in STEM: more than raising the rainbow flag
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