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Transgender Resources

Here are some recommended resources for those interested in gender identity, trans issues, coming out, and related research.

Indiana Legal Services

Indiana University Bias Reporting  If you experience, witness, or are aware of a bias incident, submit a report to alert the university. Reporting an incident allows IU to support those impacted and take steps to prevent future incidents.

Indiana University Student Legal Services  Has offered confidential legal advice and representation to IU Bloomington students since 1971. We’ve truly seen it all. If you are in legal trouble, or just have a legal question, but aren’t sure how or if we can help, call us anyway.

  • Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Phone: 812-855-7867

Bloomington Human Rights Commission  The mission of the Bloomington/Monroe County Human Rights Commission is to enforce the Bloomington/Monroe County Human Rights Ordinance in a fair and timely manner, to educate community members about their rights and responsibilities under various civil rights laws and to advocate for changes in policies and law.

  • Phone: (812) 349-3429
  • Email:

Outlaw (Indiana University student organization)  OUTlaw serves as a support organization for LGBTQIA+ students, a resource for professional contacts, and a liaison to the Administration on issues of concern for the LGBTQIA+ community.

  • Email:

Lambda Legal  There is no one LGBTQ+ or HIV+ experience in America. That’s why Lambda Legal’s standard-shifting work in litigation, public policy, and education spans a range of issues that touch nearly every aspect of our lives.

  • Midwest Regional Office: 65 E. Wacker Place, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL  60601-7245
  • Phone: 312-663-4413

National Legal Organizations

Grant Organizations