Believe Out Loud is an online network that empowers Christians to work for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality. Reaching nearly one million individuals a week, we elevate the people and places where Christianity and LGBT justice intersect.
The European Forum of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Christian Groups exists to work on equality for LGBT people within and through the Christian churches of Europe.
The Institute for Welcoming Resources is a national, ecumenical collaboration of the Welcoming Church Movement.
The HRC Religion and Faith Program is working to create a world where nobody is forced to choose between who they are or who they love and what they believe.
This guide is aimed at LGBTQ Jewish Americans who are on the journey toward living fully in their sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and in their faith and its traditions. These pages will offer general, overarching insights and suggestions that draw on a wide variety of Jewish voices. The hope is always to spark new ideas, new dialogue and new courage.
JQ creates community and advances greater inclusion of LGBT Jews and Allies via identity building programs and services that embody Jewish values.
Keshet is a national grassroots organization that works for the full equality and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Jews in Jewish life.
Rainbow Jews is a pioneering oral history project showcasing the lives of Jewish Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people in the United Kingdom from the 1950’s to the present day.
The actions of our associations can help to act against the rise of homophobia and discrimination through the empowerment of Muslims belonging to an LGBTQIA minority.
A lecture series by Muslims for Progressive Values that seeks to dismantle the religious justification for homophobia in Muslim communities with medical, social and religious history.
The 2015 Retreat for LGBTQ Muslims (and Partners) is a project of the Muslim Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity (MASGD). The retreat is organized by a committed group of volunteers on the Retreat Planning Team, including members of the Muslim Alliance.
Muslims for Progressive Values (MPV) is the only American movement that advocates for egalitarian expressions of Islam, for women, and for LGBTQI rights. MPV does this by creating inclusive spaces for religious discourse, the arts and social activism.
The Inner Circle (TIC) was established by a concerned group Muslims in 1996 as an underground social and support group. These study circles still run on a Thursday night and have proven to be very successful in helping Muslims who are queer to reconcile Islam with their sexuality.