Disability & LGBTQ
Below are a variety of resources on the intersection of disability and LGBTQ identities.
Below are PDF resources developed through the LGBT CC student staff position made possible by McBurney Disability Resource Center.
This guide offers a list of resources for LGBTQ people with disabilities at UW-Madison. It can be a first stop for navigating relevant spaces and services on campus and beyond.
Sections include: activists, academics at UW, mental health at UW, and local, regional, and national resources.
This 97-page collection offers information on a variety of disability statuses from LGBTQ perspectives. It includes research on disabilities in LGBTQ communities as well as personal narratives. It lists relevant websites, movies, books, and organizations for each category.
Sections include: psychiatric, sensory, physical, and learning disabilities, and etiquette for being a good ally.
Find UW-Madison professors, offices, and services relevant to the intersection of LGBTQ and disability identities. From the Queer Disability Resource Guide above.
View a PDF of names and addresses featured on the map below.
LGBTQ Disability Services
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