Welcome!  This is a guide to online and print resources on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and queer people, gender expression, and sexual identity.

Find research databases and topic suggestionsbrowse LGBTQ books at Snell Library; find information on coming outLGBTQ historytransgender and nonbinary identities; and locate supportive resources at NU and beyond.

Need support? Check out the LGBTQA Resource Center at Northeastern to connect with the LGBTQA community. 

Key resources for article searching:

Digital Transgender Archive at Northeastern

Digital Transgender Archive -- the purpose of the Digital Transgender Archive (DTA) at Northeastern University is to increase the accessibility of transgender history by providing an online hub for digitized historical materials, born-digital materials, and information on archival holdings throughout the world. About the Digital Transgender Archive

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LGBTQA Collections at Northeastern

Read more about the Archives and Special Collections

(Search catalog of collections; find hours, location, etc)

LGBTQ Support on Campus


[I'M] Possible Podcast. -- from the LGBTQA Resource Center at Northeastern

"Welcome to the [I’M]Possible Podcast! A space dedicated to holding conversations surrounding identity in the workplace and how to build a resilient future fueled by individual passion and purpose. Across our episodes, we chat about the symbiosis of work and identity in a global context, as well as address the elephant in the room that is on every professional’s mind: “how can I build the life that I want?”.  Through intimate discussions drawing upon the backgrounds and experiences of an eclectic troupe of professionals from all scopes of life and identities, we cultivate a diversified perspective on how you can embrace and honor thyself, your potential, and your ability to achieve a future that is personal and defined by you."