The leading think tank in the world studying diversity and inclusion in entertainment through original research and sponsored projects.
2020 article by Jenni Holtz that looks at constructions of trans characters in horror fictions.
Videos and resources from the global digital conference on diversity and inclusion in the film and TV industry.
2012 research article by Pat Griffin exploring, from a feminist perspective, the interconnected nature of homophobia and sexism in women's sport.
Charity providing support for people experiencing domestic abuse in Scotland who identify as a man or from the LGBT+ community.
List of films that break the gender binary through trans, gender nonconforming, and nonbinary characters and actors, as well as crossdressing, and drag.
Media campaign that scrutinises discrimination towards minority groups in sports.
Report from the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media measuring the percentage of female, people of colour, LGBTQ+ and disabled protagonists in family friendly films.
2020 report from the UK's LGBT+ anti-violence charity on the levels of online abuse faced by LGBT+ people.
US-based organisation which monitors media and campaigns for LGBTQ acceptance.
Leap Sports works in Scotland to increase inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in sports and stand against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in sports.
2019 report based on findings from the Outsport Survey, discussing the relevance of sexual orientation and gender identity in sport in Europe.
A network group and consultancy that advocates for inclusion in both the sports industry, and across sport in general.
Website and programme for the annual Scottish Queer International Film Festival.
2016 video by Rowan Ellis exploring the queer-coding of characters in Disney films.
Project that works to ensure the safety and inclusion for all who participate in sports, including LGBTQ+ athletes, coaches and fans.
Research looking to gain an understanding of the experiences of violence facing lesbian, bisexual and transgender women across Scotland.
More research and resources