We strive to make our events and materials accessible so that all in the LGBTQI+ community can participate fully. Centering access is something that happens throughout our planning process and encompasses a wide variety of access needs (e.g. physical, intellectual, language, and electronic access). We seek to be transparent about what access needs we can accommodate in our events and seek feedback about how our events can be more accessible.



TedX: The Importance of Intersectional Accessibility in Activism 

The Mighty: What I Wish People Understood About Activism and Accessibility 

Autostraddle: Be the Change: Six Disabled Activists on Why the Resistance Must be Accessible 

HuffPost: Intersectional Politics and Accessibility