Help us continue to fill the informational void on gender and sexual identity.
Identiversity was created as a community service to provide evidence-based information about gender and sexual identity 24-7 -- resources not generally included in traditional learning -- at no charge to the general public. Community understanding of gender and sexual identity is dependent upon your financial contribution. Your immediate donation is necessary to continue to provide relevant, current and reliable content to all.
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To paraphrase American mathematician Ricard Hamming:
Education should prepare for the future, not for the past.