This provides some useful resources for conducting primary source research using Elon's institutional archives, as well as online resources including Elon's database subscriptions and materials freely available online.
I’m From Driftwood aims to help LGBTQ people learn more about their community, straight people learn more about their neighbors and everyone learn more about themselves through the power of storytelling and story sharing.
"Mobile Homecoming exists as an intergenerational experiential archive project to amplify generations of Black LGBTQ brilliance. When we launched our first big project we created the world anew by traveling in a retro RV to find queer/lgbt black elders and create an intergenerational community of love and support across the U.S. We use replay events, retreats, honoring ceremonies, documentation, archiving, music & dance, all the arts and every means to do and share this passionate work."
The Queer Comics Database is not affiliated with any publishers or review sites. It was created by Aydin Kwan and Le Button as a Capstone project for the University of Washington’s iSchool program, with support from Geeks OUT.
"From January 2000 until March 2015 "Queer Music Heritage" was both a radio show and a website, and the goal of both was to preserve and share the music of our culture. It has become the resource on the net for the history of LGBT music."
This timeline provides a way to visualize and interact with primary source materials related to the development of the trans+gender lexical compound from 1965–1985. Though there are a great many related terms with interesting histories (eonist, transvestite, transexual, femmiphile, transpeople, and androgyne, to name a few), in this project I have narrowed in on one particular compound: trans+gender.