), "Girls Like Girls" is the perfect starting point.
It's sweet, it's soulful, and the video will make your tear ducts sting like crazy.
This site helps youth take their ideas or beliefs about sexuality and equality and turn them into real actions that will help others in the LGBTQ community around the nation.
This active resource provides specific information and steps for teens, making it the ideal place for young activists.
With this heart-wrenching, "I'm not crying, you're crying" take on the classic "Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield, Mary Lambert might as well physically reach into your chest, grab your heart, and pull it right out of you.
Though the melody is pretty upbeat, "What You Mean to Me" seemingly tackles the complicated feeling of thinking you might love a girl, but you're still not sure exactly what you're feeling. OK, admittedly, Robyn's advice in this song may not yield you the BEST result — your girlfriend's still going to be pissed when you call her.
On the website you'll find information about all these programs along with book reviews, author interviews and articles on literary news.
To round out this fire playlist, the utter classic "Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman literally sets my heart ablaze with thoughts about running far away and building a life from scratch with the girl I love.
Listed as a Top 15 LGBTQ site by Feedspot, After Ellen takes a lesbian and bisexual approach to pop culture reporting.
If you want a lesbian perspective on anything from politics to entertainment, this is the news source for you.
If you're looking for resources on any topic related to bullying or unequal treatment, this is the spot to find them.
With more than 90 member organizations like Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest involved, it's no wonder the SSC is cited by Responsive School Practices to Support LGBTQ Students and Families as a valuable community resource.