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The following resources assist youth in addressing the intersecting identities of race and sexual orientation/gender identity.
Exoticize My Fist
An online magazine for Queer Asian/Pacific American Women and Allies
"Exoticize My Fist!" is a term coined by Asian American activist, theorist, and punk rocker Mimi Nguyen, and is a phrase of anti-objectification and empowerment. Exoticize My Fist is an online magazine and resource center for queer APA (Asian/Pacific American) woman and allies, and includes an enormous list of links to related organizations.
Coming Out in Communities of Color
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation's "National Coming Out Project" has created these resources on coming out in the African-American community, the Latina/Latino community, and the Asian/ Pacific American community.
Queer Asian Pacific Resources
Founded in 1979, the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA) is a federation of LGBTQ Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander organizations. NQAPIA seeks to build the capacity of local LGBT AAPI organizations, invigorate grassroots organizing, develop leadership, and challenge homophobia, racism, and anti-immigrant bias. NQAPIA is an independent non-profit organization.
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Last updated on Tuesday, June 17, 2014.
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