After some basic definitions (such as what non-binary refers to), this very useful posting suggests 10 ways to support non-binary people, eg:
“There are many ways to be inclusive of everyone, regardless of their gender identity. Our language and the way we speak is often embedded with hidden gendered cues.
Once we start to notice them, we can move towards using language that’s inclusive for all. Here are 10 tips you can start using right away!
- Introduce yourself with your name and pronoun. Stating your pronouns reminds people that it might not always be immediately obvious what pronoun someone uses
- Put your pronouns in your email signature or social media profile […]”
Blogpost by Liz Chapman and John Vincent:
“LGBT History Month – which is celebrated in February in the UK – is almost upon us! If you haven’t planned anything yet, it’s not too late to pull something together! Here are our top tips, based on Liz’s PhD research and John’s experience as a trainer and writer on diversity in libraries, as well as our personal experiences as queer library users. We’ve also included some longer-term ideas so that you can plan for next year, as well as for other queer-themed events and milestones that you can celebrate in the library. These might include Pride (usually held in the summer) and the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act 1967, which decriminalised (male) homosexuality.” [Excerpt]
Stonewall have recently created two booklists, one for primary schools, and one for secondary schools.
Blogpost by Liz Chapman, which looks at the importance of providing for LGBTQ* people, and outlines nine things you can do.
It also includes a resources/reading list.