Everyday Feminism Launches New Project To Support LGBTQ Youth Struggling with Coming Out
December 10, 2013 /LGBT News/ Everyday Feminism has just announced its new project – The Coming Out Course. It’s a site that provides LGBTQ youth with support, guidance, and community during their first coming out experiences.
This will be the first ever free online course of its kind and will be especially beneficial to youth in conservative, rural, and other areas without access to local LGBTQ organizations.
It will help LGBTQ youth, facing homophobia and transphobia, determine their own coming out process and build a support network. And for when coming out isn’t the safest or the desired outcome, it will also help people learn how to both honor their identity while protecting it at that same time.
While the online course will be offered in mid-2014, the project is already providing support through its inspiration board with messages of support, blog articles, and a Facebook page.
For more information, please visit http://comingoutcourse.com.
About Everyday Feminism
Everyday Feminism is dedicated to supporting people address the everyday violence, discrimination, and marginalization they face due to their gender, sexual orientation, race, class, size, and other social differences. After having been launched just one year ago, it has become one of the fastest growing feminist platforms. Through its online magazine, online courses, forum, and podcasts, it draws on average 300,000 visitors per month to its site. For more information, please visit http://www.everydayfeminism.com.