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Welcome to WikiProject LGBT studies! We're a group of editors who aim to improve Wikipedia's coverage of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and Queer studies topics. WikiProject LGBT studies (WP:LGBT) brings Wikipedia users of various sexual orientations, gender identities, geographic locations, and personal backgrounds together to discuss and collaborate on coverage of LGBT content across Wikipedia. Check out the rest of our project page below and Portal:LGBT to see what we've accomplished so far. If you are new to Wikipedia, or just feeling lost, please click here.

If you would like to help, please add your user name to the members' list below! Anyone with a Wikipedia user account—regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity—is free to join. If you do not already have a free Wikipedia user account, click here to read some reasons to create one.

If you are looking for the project talk page, click here. You do not need to be a project member to post a message.

Nuvola apps kate.png Goals

  1. To create a thriving WikiProject that rivals WP:MILHIST in its activity, efficiency, and success.
  2. To bring every LGBT related article up to FA status.
  3. To maintain or improve articles that come under our jurisdiction.

Scope and Motivation Scope

The scope of the projects is to:

  1. Identify and categorize existing LGBT and Queer studies articles on Wikipedia
  2. Develop standards for what is required for LGBT and Queer studies articles to qualify as excellent
  3. Improve the quality of existing LGBT and Queer studies articles
  4. Ensure LGBT and Queer studies articles are in line with Wikipedia's minimum standards and policies, including but not limited to: WP:NOR, WP:V, WP:NPOV
  5. Identify and develop standardized tables, tags and categorization schemes for LGBT and Queer studies articles
  6. Identify and create LGBT and Queer studies articles that are not yet included in Wikipedia
  7. Identify potential material that may also be transwikied — (i.e. collect information for possible high-quality LGBT/Queer studies textbooks for Wikibooks).

Members of WikiProject LGBT Studies maintain Portal:LGBT. We also share a deletion sorting page with other related WikiProjects, which lists all relevant XfDs within our scope.

What this Wikiproject is not

  1. This project does not extend beyond the cultural, political and historical manifestation of LGBT and intersex bodies, identities, attractions, and relationships, and related societal reactions.
  2. This project does not extol any point of view, political or otherwise, other than that of a neutral documentarian.
  3. This project is not limited to European/North American issues.

Tasks you can do Things you can do

A lot of people join the project and want to help, but don't really know how. Here's a list of tasks that either need regular attention or fulfill the goals of our project:

edit·history·watch·refresh Stock post message.svg To-do list for Gay Pride Flag.svg WikiProject LGBT studies:

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This list, produced by a bot, identified the following articles as possibly being within the scope of this project. Please add {{WikiProject LGBT studies}} to appropriate articles. The raw list is here and articles are removed after a week whether tagged or not.

This list was generated from these rules. Questions and feedback are always welcome! The search is being run daily with the most recent ~14 days of results. Note: Some articles may not be relevant to this project.

Rules | Match log | Results page (for watching) | Last updated: 2020-04-23 21:46 (UTC)

Note: The list display can now be customized by each user. See List display personalization for details.

Some other ways to help out:

Nuvola apps kalzium.png Departments

The WikiProject runs several departments to aid us in our goals. Anyone is welcome to help out with any of them.


One of the main tasks of the LGBT WikiProject is to assess the quality of Wikipedia's LGBT articles. The resulting article ratings are used within the project to help in recognising excellent contributions and identifying topics in need of further work. They also play a role in the WP:1.0 program, which the WikiProject uses to help automate some of the assessing process.

The assessment is done in a distributed fashion through parameters in the {{LGBTProject}} template banner; this causes the articles to be placed into the appropriate sub-categories of Category:LGBT articles by quality, which serve as the foundation for an automatically generated worklist. WP:1.0 also produces a statistics page, and a log of articles assessed.

To find out more, see the /Assessment page.


The LGBT WikiProject runs a monthly Collaboration, to try to harness the editing skills of the entire Project to bring one article up to Featured Article standard a month. The COTM article is also peer reviewed shortly before becoming the Collaboration article, in order to help editors pinpoint what most needs changing. See Wikipedia:WikiProject LGBT studies/Collaboration for more information.

New collaborations are currently agreed upon on the talkpage on an ad hoc basis until a more formal nomination process is warranted.

Community department

The Community Department of the LGBT WikiProject is a centralised place to develop ways of fostering a sense of community and belonging in all our members, and to recruit more people into our community. Editors who are happy and have support when they need it are more likely to work harder at improving articles than if they feel no-one cares.

To achieve this, we currently have:

Any other ideas are welcome! Please propose them on the main talkpage.

As awareness of us grows, WikiProject LGBT studies has been featured in an increasing number of external sources; a list of these is maintained here. There is also a Press kit for anyone interested in drumming up some publicity (or just showing off).


Jumpaclass is a fun semi-competition that the LGBT WikiProject runs to improve the quality of lower-quality articles. There are many processes for higher quality articles, such as Peer review and FAC, but many stubs and start rated articles languish unedited for lack of interest. Jumpaclass is a unique attempt to correct that.

To enter, find an article you would like to improve from the list of assessed LGBT articles: you can choose Stub, Start, or B class articles. You then have seven days to improve the article. If within a week, you "jump" an article one or more assessment classes, you win points that are noted on a leadership board. Check Wikipedia:WikiProject LGBT studies/Jumpaclass for all the details. Challenge a friend to go "head to head" with you and see who can jump their article the furthest!

Peer Review

The LGBT WikiProject peer review articles on request. This is to encourage better articles by having contributors who may not have worked on articles to examine them and provide ideas for further improvement. The process is highly flexible and can deal with articles of any quality though requesting reviews on very short articles may not be productive as there is little for readers to comment on. This process is not an academic peer review by a group of experts in a particular subject, and articles that undergo this process should not be assumed to have greater authority than any other.

To learn more about our peer review system, see Wikipedia:WikiProject LGBT studies/Peer review.

Person Task Force

The Person Task Force is a working group of members of the LGBT studies WikiProject dedicated to ensuring quality and coverage of biography articles of confirmed LGBT persons. Its specific focus is on living persons who have come out publicly, and of deceased persons whose sexuality is not in doubt. As examples, the article on Ellen DeGeneres is within the scope of the task force - she came out publicly in 1997. Little Richard came out, but has (since then) denied being gay, so his article is not in the task force. Examples of deceased persons include the article on Harvey Milk, who was publicly out for most of his life. The article on William Shakespeare, however, would not be within this task force's scope, since his sexuality has been debated.


If you know another language besides English, please consider adding your name to our List of Translators. Translation is a very new process, so we're still tweaking its purpose and objectives. Feel free to join in the discussion!


The WikiProject maintains two watchlists: one for controversial LGBT articles, one for all articles tagged as within our scope.

The main Watchlist is here. Anyone who comes across contentious or highly vandalised article is welcome to add to it. The Watchall list may be found here. It lists every article tagged by us, and may also be helpful if a normal alphabetical list is needed. It is updated automatically by bot, so manual changes are not required.

The {{User WikiProject LGBT studies}} member userbox (example below) contains links to both watchlists, as well as a link to all changes on article talk pages tagged by this project.

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A person's gender and sexuality is intimate to who they are and how that impacts their personal and professional life will vary. Extreme care should be taken to avoid undue weight focusing on these aspects in relation to the overall article. A statement "Smith is openly gay" may be all that is needed in many cases unless it can be tied to how it impacted Smith's career or life. Sometimes the fact that a person has come out is noteworthy itself, but it should be reported in the article dispassionately and neutrally: "In May 2009, in an interview with ABC News, Smith came out as transgender." It is helpful to readers to add the context, especially in the form of statements from the subject.

Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, not a newspaper: We follow, not lead. Implicit in the policy on biographies of living people (BLP) is the understanding that Wikipedia articles should respect the basic human dignity of their subjects. Wikipedia aims to be a reputable encyclopedia, not a tabloid; our articles must not serve primarily to mock or disparage their subjects, whether directly or indirectly – for instance, it is not acceptable to use Wikipedia as a venue for outing people. Wikipedia's articles are mirrored and distributed globally, what we write here can negatively impact people's lives; even the families and friends of someone discussed in articles. This is of particular importance when dealing with individuals whose notability stems largely from their being victims of another's actions; Wikipedia editors must not act, intentionally or otherwise, in a way that amounts to participating in or prolonging the victimization. The correct balance must always be sought, and the highest ethical standards are an important part of Wikipedia's goals to produce and distribute content freely.

  1. Sexuality, gender identity and sex characteristics are not interchangeable. However they often intersect and defining the effects of each can be difficult if not impossible.
  2. The Wikipedia Manual of Style's guidelines on identity guide us to refer to transgender individuals according to the names and pronouns they use to identify themselves.
  3. Identification and categorization of people is bound by Wikipedia's policy on Biographies of Living Persons (BLPs). To add content on a person's religion, sexuality and gender variance you need reliable sourcing. After taking that into account:
    1. A living person may be categorized and identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) only if they themselves publicly identify as such, e.g., Billie Joe Armstrong.
    2. Specific categorization rules apply regarding gender, sexuality, and medical conditions.
    3. A deceased person may be categorized and identified as lesbian, gay, or bisexual if they had documented, noteworthy relationships with persons of the same sex or other sexes, such as Marlon Brando.
    4. Intersex is a biological status related to physical sex characteristics, typically a medical fact, and reqires reliable sourcing. Intersex people may be male, female, or non-binary, and may perceive being intersex as related to their sex, or not, or as a medical condition, or not. Some intersex people may be LGBT, while others are heterosexual and cisgender. Care has been taken to limit the interrelationships between LGBT pages and intersex pages because of these issues.

How to write about transgender and non-binary people

As the guideline on birth names and gender identity note, the birth names of transgender and non-binary people should only be included in the lead sentence if the people were notable prior to coming out. (This accords with our principle to avoid harm and give information due, not undue, weight.) Instead, this information may be woven into an "Early life" section – "Smith was born male but never felt this reflected who she was and she transitioned as soon as she was independent of her family." Ideally statements from the subject will help clarify how they saw themselves at the time so we can let them speak for themselves.

In cases where the prior name is known only as the result of being outed, editors may feel it would be giving it undue weight to include it in the article, unless it was subsequently widely reported in reliable sources. However, caution must be taken to avoid situations where Wikipedia may be unintentionally contributing to the prior name's dissemination through invalid circular referencing. (In 2014, for example, a noted transgender woman's birth name was added to her Wikipedia article on the basis that it had been revealed by a source. However, that source quickly withdrew its article out of respect for the subject's privacy rights. In attempting to keep the name in the article, some editors sought out new replacement sources, but it turned out that all of the new sources for her birth name had received the information from our article rather than the original source.)

Transgender is an adjective; hence one says "Smith is a transgender woman" (or simply "a trans woman"). The use of it as a noun (as in "Smith is a transgender", "the film features two transgenders") is often considered offensive, is deprecated by several style guides and dictionaries, and should be avoided.[1][2][3] Likewise, transsexual is an adjective, and should not be used as a noun.[4] Transgendered is also offensive and deprecated by style guides and should also not be used.[5][6][7] (Direct quotations, however, should not be altered.)

When to use gay or homosexual

When describing a living person, their documented preference for a description of sexual orientation should be used as a default. Where a self description is unavailable, gay or lesbian is preferred to homosexual in articles about living people. For historical articles whose subjects pre-date the widespread public adoption of these identities (roughly before 1970), homosexual can be used as an accurate adjective describing the subject. Generally homosexual should be confined to descriptions of sexual activity or clinical orientation.

Examples from independent style guides:

  1. The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage (5th ed., 2015, ISBN 9780812963892), "gay (adj.)": "preferred over 'homosexual' in most contexts. Generally confine 'homosexual' to specific references to sexual activity or clinical orientation."
  2. Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal Editorial Style Guide (CDC, ver. 5.1, 2015), "homosexual, bisexual, gay": "Using these terms as adjectives is acceptable, as in 'gay men,' and dependent on the author's discretion. However, avoid using these terms as nouns as they may too vague or perceived as pejorative. Sometimes the phrase 'men who have sex with men' or MSM is used because some of these men do not label themselves as gay, homosexual, or bisexual."
  3. Associated Press Style Book (2013, ISBN 9780465082995), "Gay": "Preferred over 'homosexual' except in clinical contexts or references to sexual activity".
  4. The Canadian Press Stylebook (2013), "Sexuality": "Gay is usually preferred as an alternative for homosexual men and is also commonly used for women, although lesbian is preferred by many women."[1]
  5. BBC News Radio Newsroom Alphabetical Checklist (2012) "Gay": "some people believe the word "homosexual" has negative overtones, even that it is demeaning. Most homosexual men and women prefer the words 'gay' and 'lesbian'. Either word is acceptable as an alternative to homosexual, but 'gay' should be used only as an adjective."

Significant mass changes of articles from gay to homosexual, or the reverse, require a supporting specific consensus or are likely to be viewed as disruptive.

See also


  1. ^ Reuters Handbook of Journalism, "transgender": "Do not use transgender as a noun; no one should be referred to as 'a transgender.'"
  2. ^ GLAAD Media Reference Guide, "Transgender Issues":
    "Problematic: 'transgenders,' 'a transgender'
    Preferred: transgender people, a transgender person
    Transgender should be used as an adjective, not as a noun. Do not say, 'Tony is a transgender,' or 'The parade included many transgenders.' Instead say, 'Tony is a transgender man,' or 'The parade included many transgender people.'"
  3. ^, "transgender": "The adjective is more common than the noun; in fact, some people reject the use of transgender as a noun."
  4. ^ BBC News Style Guide, "Gender/sex": "Do not say 'transsexuals', in the same way we would not talk about 'gays' or 'blacks'."
  5. ^, "transgender": "Some transgender people object to the adjectival variant transgendered, because the –ed suffix could imply that something 'happened' to make the person transgender."
  6. ^ NPR Ethics Handbook, "'Memmos': Memmott's Missives & Musings, from the Standards & Practices Outbox": "Someone is 'transgender.' Do not write or say 'transgendered.'"
  7. ^ GLAAD Media Reference Guide, "Transgender Issues": "Problematic: 'transgendered'. Preferred: transgender. The adjective transgender should never have an extraneous '-ed' tacked onto the end. An '-ed' suffix adds unnecessary length to the word and can cause tense confusion and grammatical errors. It also brings transgender into alignment with lesbian, gay, and bisexual. You would not say that Elton John is 'gayed' or Ellen DeGeneres is 'lesbianed,' therefore you would not say Chaz Bono is 'transgendered.'"

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Please use these templates where applicable.
Beware of using too many templates on the same article which can clutter the page.

Template(s) Use on Description
Part of a series on...
{{LGBT}} or
{{LGBT sidebar}}
Article pages of main LGBT topics. LGBT topics navbox (see here for usage notes).
{{Bisexuality topics}} or
{{Bisexuality topics sidebar}}
Article pages of main bisexuality topics. Bisexuality topics navbox
{{Intersex}} or
{{Intersex sidebar}}
Article pages of main intersex topics. Intersex topics navbox. Note: lists only a small subset of items in Category:Intersex and medicine accessible via a more link.
{{Infobox intersex rights‎}} Infobox for intersex rights in country pages. See example page Intersex rights in the United States.
{{Transgender footer}} or
{{Transgender sidebar}}
Article pages of main transgender/transsexuality topics Transgender topics navbox
{{LGBT rights}} Article pages of main LGBT rights issues LGBT rights series box

If the article is about LGBT rights in a particular region, use {{Infobox LGBT rights}} instead.
If the article is about an LGBT rights organization, use {{Infobox organization}} instead.
If the article is about an LGBT rights activist, use {{Infobox person}} instead.
If the article is about recognition of same-sex partnerships, see the Same-sex unions template below.

{{Same-sex unions}} Article pages Lists current status of same-sex unions around the world, with links to relevant articles. Due to its very large size, should mainly only be used on articles about same-sex unions in a particular region.
{{Infobox LGBT rights}} LGBT rights in country/state articles Displays a map and summary of the country or state's LGBT rights (see template page for usage instructions)
{{Portal|LGBT}} Goes in "See also" section of relevant articles Links to: Nuvola LGBT flag.svg LGBT portal
{{Portal|Transgender}} Goes in "See also" section of relevant articles Links to: Portal Transgender.svg Transgender portal
Stub templates
{{LGBT-stub}} Article pages (below categories) Tells readers that this article is a stub and invites them to expand it. It also lists the article in the LGBT stubs category.
Project templates
{{WikiProject LGBT studies}} Article talk pages WikiProject LGBT banner, to be placed on all LGBT article talk pages (see here for usage notes)
  • class is optional - see the Assessment page for more information on classifying. Be bold, and assess!
  • If you don't want to assess, you can write {{WikiProject LGBT studies| class=}} Someone else will do the assessment later.
{{MOS-TW}}, {{MOS-TM}} Article talk pages Templates reminding editors of the policies (in particular MOS:IDENTITY surrounding gendered pronouns, etc., for transgender article subjects, as pronoun-related arguments are commonplace
  • Do not apply this template automatically, MOS:IDENTITY does require we have reliably sourced evidence of the subject's preferences. Neither template might be appropriate for a person who prefers the use of only gender-neutral pronouns for themselves.
{{User WikiProject LGBT studies}} Your user page Userbox to show that you're a project member, also provides some quick project-related links such as a link to all changes to article talk pages tagged by this project. To use, add {{User WikiProject LGBT studies}} to your user page.
{{LGBT Welcome}} User talk pages Welcome box for new participants' talk pages. Use in the form {{subst:LGBT Welcome}}.
More templates located at: Category:LGBT templates

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See also: WikiProject category at Category:WikiProject LGBT studies
To display all subcategories click on the "►":
LGBT(22 C, 6 P)
LGBT by continent(10 C)
LGBT by country(213 C)
LGBT by region(5 C)
LGBT-related lists(10 C, 27 P)
Androgyny(3 C, 37 P)
Bisexuality(6 C, 18 P)
Cross-dressing(6 C, 46 P)
Homosexuality(5 C, 21 P)
Intersex(9 C, 4 P)
Non-binary gender(2 C, 14 P)
Queer(6 C, 4 P)
Third gender(7 C, 27 P)
Transgender(17 C, 10 P)
LGBT culture(24 C, 18 P)
LGBT history(18 C, 33 P)
LGBT family(3 C)
LGBT people(21 C, 1 P)
Same-sex sexuality(3 C, 22 P)
LGBT and society(16 C)
LGBT studies(5 C, 10 P)
LGBT youth(3 C, 18 P)
LGBT stubs(7 C, 187 P)

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For new articles with LGBT keywords, please see User:AlexNewArtBot/LGBTSearchResult.

Articles newly tagged as LGBT

For articles newly project-tagged, see Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/LGBT articles by quality log. Newly-tagged articles are automatically included as part of each day's section, under the "Assessed" subheading.

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SpecialBarnstar.png The Special Barnstar
Awarded to WikiProject LGBT studies for their sense of humour and input into the DYK April Fool's Day nominations of SS Lesbian (1915) and SS Lesbian (1923) Mjroots (talk) 06:34, 30 March 2009 (UTC)

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Below is an LGBT Barnstar for anyone who has made significant contributions to LGBT articles. An LGBT ribbon may be found here.

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The LGBT Barnstar {{subst:The LGBT Barnstar|message ~~~~}} Category:LGBT.
See Sexuality
The LGBT Barnstar is awarded to editors who make significant contributions to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender articles that expand Wikipedia’s knowledge about homosexuality, bisexuality, transsexuality, typical behaviour, notable LGBT people, events and movements, sociological issues, and population statistics.

There is a userbox available for members of this project. Please feel free to put this on your userpage by adding {{User LGBT Project}}:

Members list

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Wikipedia users of all sexual orientations and gender identities are welcome to join! Members inactive for 6 months are moved to inactive members list.

  1. Dev920 (talk · contribs) (Project coordinator) (primarily interested in biographies)
  2. SatyrTN (talk · contribs) (Deputy project coordinator)
  3. --DCX (talk) Interested in LGBT and Human Rights issues.
  4. MYINchile broad interest particularly in the obscure or arcane
  5. delirious & lost  (talk · contribs) - bisexual; contribute randomly to the project; often available in #wikipedia-en-lgbt connect
  6. I am a supporter of Equal Rights, an LGBTI activist from India.--Sou Boyy (talk)
  7. PaulO I follow United States based LGBTI organizations as well as ILGA. I apply direct edits and rarely visit article discussions (non public pages). If I can help anyone, please always feel free to leave me a message on my talk page.
  8. Ramondt (talk) I am extremely interested in the above subject and would like to be part of this study. Happy to tell folks about my life experiences as someone of the alternative or third sex.
  9. 00twrl (talk · contribs)
  10. 0x2020 (talk · contribs) - Interested in transgender related topics.
  11. 97198 (talk · contribs)
  12. Abedecian (talk · contribs) - NUS LGBT FE Representive & LGBT Officer at St. Brendan's LGBT.
  13. Abster397 (talk · contribs) Currently working on Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. I am a new editor doing what I can to help.
  14. Acb314 (talk · contribs)
  15. Admrboltz (talk · contribs) (also an Admin).
  16. Agne27 (talk · contribs) Hmm, my name was on here before and I've gotten the newsletters. Might as well sign up again. My wife can validate my Dyke-card. :P
  17. Alejandra Guedez (talk · contribs) LGBT in Venezuela
  18. Alexandru M. (talk · contribs)
  19. Alexnovo (talk · contribs) Interested in LGBT History, LGBT Anglican issues, LGBT issues in Latin American (especially Argentina)
  20. AliceJMarkham (talk · contribs) — I'm particularly interested in transgender issues, particularly cross-dressing.
  21. AlienvsEditor (talk · contribs) - I'm interested in Canadian LGBT history.
  22. Alison (talk · contribs) - I'm really not as active as I used to be.
  23. Allstarecho (talk · contribs) - I'm an active activist in LGBT issues, mostly in the "Ribbon" of the "Bible Belt", Mississippi. Joy!
  24. Allyn (talk · contribs) - Radical Faeries, Spirituality, Multi-gender dressing, letting my true self shine
  25. Alphaomega29 (talk · contribs)
  26. Altairisfar (talk · contribs)
  27. Alynna Kasmira (talk · contribs)
  28. Am86 (talk · contribs) I started LGBT rights in Zimbabwe, LGBT rights in Tunisia, and LGBT rights in Pakistan a couple years ago
  29. Amadscientist (talk · contribs)
  30. AMK1211 (talk · contribs)
  31. AMRara (talk · contribs)
  32. Anaktoria (talk · contribs) - Uk based LGBT rights activist/Phd student/teacher
  33. Andral (talk · contribs)
  34. AniMate (talk · contribs)
  35. Another Believer (talk · contribs)
  36. Aralvarez (talk · contribs)
  37. Aristophanes68 (talk · contribs) -- esp. interested in LGBT issues and Christianity
  38. Aroundthewayboy (talk · contribs)
  39. Ashlux (talk · contribs)
  40. Auriel (talk · contribs)
  41. AusLondonder (talk · contribs)
  42. Avalik (talk · contribs) I'll just be doing minor edits and discussion, I think. :)
  43. Avoryfaucette (talk · contribs) - Trans, genderqueer, interested in identities and intersections between queer & other IDs
  44. Bailo26 (talk · contribs)
  45. Balin42632003 (talk · contribs) Bisexual female
  46. BarryTN (talk · contribs) - Nashville, TN; especially interested in religious-based discrimination against LGBT
  47. Bearcat (talk · contribs)
  48. Bearian (talk · contribs) - I have already done significant work on several LGBT articles, so might as well join officially.
  49. Beccaviola (talk · contribs)
  50. Becksguy (talk · contribs)
  51. Beggarsbanquet (talk · contribs) - mainly interested in articles on LGBT music and film and LGBT people in those fields, lesbians and lesbian culture, and addressing Wikipedia's overall heteronormative bias in reporting on historical figures.
  52. Belovedfreak (talk · contribs) - particularly interested in LGBT films
  53. BenLinus1214 (talk · contribs) Primarily interested in transgender and genderqueer topics as well as transfeminism. I am looking to improve articles on these topics and maybe get some of them up to GA or FA class.
  54. Biffwa (talk · contribs) New Wikipedia member - most interested in LGBT history and archival sources as contributing to LGBT history, particularly in the UK.
  55. Bigdaddybrabantio (talk · contribs) Interested in improving articles relating to LGBT rights
  56. BigPadresDUDE (talk · contribs) - i am bisexual myself and had sex with a man so i have first on experiance and my wife is bi herself to and had sex with a women and she also has her own on account wikipedia is our hobbie and we both like the same things WE CAN BOTH HELP with Bisexual Articles
  57. Blindeffigy (talk · contribs) I focus on all things LGBT. My sexuality has nothing to do with caring for other people, but..uh..I am gay, Lol. JUST THROWING THAT OUT THERE FOR NO REASON.
  58. BlueStars83 (talk · contribs) Brand new editor, still getting the jist of things round here
  59. bmclaughlin9 (talk · contribs)
  60. BMRR (talk · contribs) - vandal fighter, and frequent contributor to Same-sex marriage in Maine
  61. Bookkeeperoftheoccult (talk · contribs)
  62. BoomerAB (talk · contribs)
  63. Brian1979 (talk · contribs) I'm home, haha! I've been waiting for something like this!
  64. Brideshead (talk · contribs)
  65. Buileducanh (talk · contribs)
  66. BVick1636 (talk · contribs) - Know a fair amount about the Billy Dolls, Know a lot about the early days of homosexual literature available via mail order and in local book stores from the mid 60's until about 1975. Know about early methods of supplying film materials slides, 8mm, super 8mm, super 8mm with sound, then VHS/BETA tapes, then DVD, finally Blu-Ray Discs. Early advrtising was done secretly in POPULAR SCIENCE MAGAZINE in the mid-60's. I have a copy of the soundtrack to the movie DEEP THROAT that ws only sold in the theatres that showed it. I bought an old projector from the early 60's and found on it a silent B&W porn video of 2 dancers that may be valuable and God only knows who is on it of when it was actually done.
  67. Bxmuchacho (talk · contribs) New York City, LGBT History, LGBT Culture, LGBT Politics, Latin America, Brazil
  68. Calibanu (talk · contribs) NZ LGBT rights activist, Politics and Religion contributor to, passionately interested in intl solidarity work with East Asian, African and Russian LGBT communities.
  69. Carlossuarez46 (talk · contribs) was invited to join a while back, said I would, and now just getting around to it. I did create the article The Times of Harvey Milk.
  70. Carolynparrishfan (talk · contribs)
  71. Carom (talk · contribs)
  72. CaveatLector (talk · contribs)
  73. Chase1493 (talk · contribs) Gay College Student interested in LGBT rights. I try to follow the status of Same-Sex Marriage closely
  74. Checkingfax (talk · contribs) Interested in closing all underrepresented gaps on Wikimedia. I am cisgender and not afraid to say so.
  75. chrish65 (talk · contribs) LGBT biographies, LGBT history, LGBT film directors and writers
  76. ChrisTW (talk · contribs) Civil Rights, US & UK Immigration, Psychology, Psychobiology, Evolution.
  77. Citrivescence (talk · contribs) I primarily create and edit articles related to the sociology of queerness, QTPOC public figures, and the intersection of queer issues in popular culture.
  78. CJ Withers (talk · contribs) For several years, has been working on Discrimination, Prejudice, and Intolerance toward LGBT people. Main author of Heterosexism article.
  79. Cleduc (talk · contribs) been practicing for years, hope to get my license soon.
  80. Clockwork Angel (talk · contribs)
  81. Clr324 (talk · contribs) I'm bi and interested in LGBT issues.
  82. CommuniqueNew2 (talk · contribs) Mainly interested in gender variance and intersex and the various ways people conceptualize such variance. Nonbinary trans woman, perisex, she/her.
  83. Contaldo80 (talk · contribs) Especially interested in the sexuality of historical figures
  84. Coryarlo (talk · contribs) - MD, interested in LGBT health, also religion
  85. Ctjf83 (talk · contribs)
  86. Cymru.lass (talk · contribs)
  87. DaliJim (talk · contribs) interested in gay (and LGBT in general) porn industry
  88. danlev (talk · contribs) Interested in LGBT rights, LGBT laws around the world, LGBT pop culture. Creating a LGBT project documenting the world's position on LGBT rights called Equalitopia (see User:Danlev/Equalitopia).
  89. Davey2010 (talk · contribs) - Interested in LBGT & Bisexuality.
  90. DavidBailey (talk · contribs) I seem to be editing a lot of LGBT articles, so I may as well make it official. :)
  91. Davodd (talk · contribs)
  92. Dawneyestone (talk · contribs) I'm passionate about LGBTQ+ visibility in media and popular culture.
  93. Dcd139 (talk · contribs) -- Most interested in trans topics and LGBT history, but honestly most likely to contribute through copyediting
  94. DCirillo14 (talk · contribs)
  95. Death by fugue (talk · contribs)
  96. Decafdyke (talk · contribs)
  97. Deisenbe (talk · contribs) Interested in non-US standard male sexuality of all sorts (gay, bi, poly, fetishes, other countries, historical). Bisexual, good speller and editor, former editor of two academic journals. Contributing editor to first (1990) Encyclopedia of Homosexuality (verifiable here: Very good in Spanish; passable in French and Portuguese.
  98. DENSSAPIENTIAE (talk · contribs)
  99. Dewthatflies (talk · contribs) Currently writing the article for the book Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture, and will endeavour to contribute more once that's done.
  100. Dfeuer (talk · contribs) - Whatever I can focus on long enough to do.
  101. Dillard421 (talk · contribs) I usually load the watch list into AWB and look for typos and maintenace fixes.
  102. DocOfSoc (talk · contribs) -keeping NPOV in articles.
  103. Dosbears (talk · contribs)
  104. Drcrazy102 (talk · contribs) Interested in LGBT debates, issues and legal areas.
  105. Drewmike (talk · contribs) Bi with an interest in LGBT issues. Specifically bisexuality, LGBT laws and policies, and LGBT sexual practices.
  106. DrGaellon (talk · contribs) I'm a gay physician with interest in medical aspects of homosexuality and gay history.
  107. Drowninginlimbo (talk · contribs) Interest in sexuality studies
  108. Dudelles (talk · contribs) Translate from Portuguese,French, Spanish to English or English to Portuguese.
  109. Dureo (talk · contribs)
  110. Dusti (talk · contribs)-- somewhat interested. I am 18 and gay, looking forward to helping out.
  111. Dybryd (talk · contribs) - most interested in musicians and writers
  112. Eamonster (talk · contribs)
  113. Ebyabe (talk · contribs)
  114. Ed Poor (talk · contribs) - interested primarily in terminology (e.g., is MSM a form of "gay sex"?); relation of sexual identity, sexual orientation, sexual desire, and sexual behavior
  115. El cangri386 (talk · contribs)
  116. Emerson7 (talk · contribs)
  117. Emiellaiendiay (talk · contribs)
  118. Enzedbrit (talk · contribs)
  119. Epicgenius (talk · contribs) Hi there, I'm not gay, but I like to help out in the study of LGBTQ people.
  120. Eponymous (talk · contribs)
  121. EricV89 (talk · contribs) I have self identity issues which makes me confused sometimes, sorta. Anyways, I want to get involved in this project and focus on same sex marriage. Thanks kindly.
  122. Esprix (talk · contribs) - see Gaylaxicon and Gaylactic Network entries (sci-fi organizations)
  123. Esrever (talk · contribs)
  124. Evolauxia (talk · contribs) Interested in a variety of topics; have a background in science, though not sexuality but am familiar with various disciplines as well as arts
  125. FeydHuxtable (talk · contribs) - Seconding myself to this project for work on JM Keynes.
  126. Fhebynes (talk · contribs) - I'm interested in all LGBTI issues, especially from Latin America.
  127. Fireplace (talk · contribs) (Deputy project coordinator)
  128. FisherQueen (talk · contribs)
  129. Fluffball70 (talk · contribs) - Currently working up Dawn Langley Simmons amongst many others...Both me and my partner have been out and active lesbians in both the UK and the USA for too many years....
  130. Forsakendaemon (talk · contribs) - Youth issues, especially in Australia
  131. Francophonie&Androphilie (talk · contribs) Especially interested in accurate biographical information vis-à-vis sexual orientation and gender identity - from a neutral point of view, of course.
  132. Franzose (talk · contribs) Interested in Queer Theory and Transgender issues.
  133. Fshepinc (talk · contribs) -Musical theatre historian. (formerly inactive, due to death in the family; now ready to get up and confront the world)
  134. Ftmichael (talk · contribs)
  135. Fts9 (talk · contribs) - Interested in psychological aspects of LGBT
  136. Funcrunch (talk · contribs) Agender, FTM transsexual, particular interest in nonbinary gender identities and trans rights.
  137. Garik (talk · contribs)
  138. Ged_UK (talk · contribs) Once I've cleared my personal to-do list, I'll be able to help more. Often patrol the New Articles, so can tag stubs etc as appropriate.
  139. George Ho (talk · contribs) Wrote just one LGBT-related article and porn-related articles. Only interested in verifying people's sexual identity and removing disputed, unsourced, or poorly sourced information about sexual identity.
  140. Ghost of electricity (talk · contribs) Interested in lesbianism, queer literature, and intersectionality.
  141. GioGyan (talk · contribs) 15 year old homosexual and proud of it!
  142. GLGermann (talk · contribs) - LGBT in Europe-Germany (sometimes here:more on German wikipedia)
  143. Gmcbjames (talk · contribs)
  144. Gnu_andrew (talk · contribs)
  145. Gobonobo (talk · contribs)
  146. Gonzonoir (talk · contribs) I like copyediting, wikifying, and long walks on the beach.
  147. Grrrlriot (talk · contribs)
  148. gurv001 (talk · contribs) - Author. Interested in gay-straight alliances and LGBT equality in schools.
  149. HalJor (talk · contribs)
  150. Hans100 (talk · contribs) I am a film producer and psychologist and therefore my expertise is in film and social science, the depiction of LGBT in media, and psychosocial issues such as homosexism (e.g., homophobia) and the psychological health of all mankind but LGBT individuals specifically.
  151. Harveymilk (talk · contribs)
  152. Hash789 (talk · contribs)
  153. HejTuWou (talk · contribs) As a gay person myself, I'm proud to improve the overall quality of LGBT articles in Wikipedia. Whenever I see cleanup requests found by the Bot I try my best to fulfill them. I am also able to translate to Malay and Chinese for articles if needed.
  154. Heslopian (talk · contribs)
  155. Heyfoureyes (talk · contribs) - LGBT memoirs, fiction, actors, and artists.
  156. Hopping (talk · contribs) - currently in medical school. Especially interested in intersection of Queer studies and medicine: History of medical understanding of sexuality/gender identity. Physician obligations toward LGBT patients. History of LGBT medical advocacy groups.
  157. HowardBerry (talk · contribs) Interested in films and media mostly
  158. Hreichgott (talk · contribs) - LGBT activist in Presbyterian Church (USA), scholar of Christian theology from LGBT/queer perspective.
  159. Htonl (talk · contribs) - Working on South African LGBT topics and LBGT-related law topics (though I am not a lawyer).
  160. Iamvered (talk · contribs) - Interested in bisexuality, sexual identity, gender issues and sociocultural impact of sexuality
  161. ianmcxa (talk · contribs) -- Asexual Wikipedia editor
  162. Intesvensk (talk · contribs) - Interesting project. I speak Swedish if that is of any use to anyone.
  163. IrishWolfhoundJC (talk · contribs) Keeps an eye on the articles concerning pending LGBT related legislation in Congress.
  164. Irockz (talk · contribs) Transgender Pansexual, particularly interested in the trans part.
  165. Itsjennalf (talk · contribs) Interested in human studies and helping share the positive influence of the LGBTQ+ community!
  166. itssosophs (talk · contribs) Trans* embodiment, desire, and capitalism, specifically trans* pornography.
  167. Jacobshaven3 (talk · contribs) Overall LGBT pages, specifically Bisexuality, Biphobia and other associated pages.
  168. Jademushroom (talk · contribs) - Jessica Lee, former president of student organization Purdue Queer Student Union. Would like to add student organizations and lower level activism. Would like to focus on PQSU and NOGLSTP pages.
  169. JAK0723 (talk · contribs) - Young and bi, like to share my views and increase my wiki editing skills.
  170. Jamesp88 (talk · contribs) - I am pansexual. I will assess new pages.
  171. Jay Starz (talk · contribs)
  172. JayJay (talk · contribs)
  173. Jedi Friend (talk · contribs)
  174. Jenova20 (talk · contribs) - Mainly interested in pink journalism and news.
  175. Jet (talk · contribs)
  176. Jjaysmith63 (talk · contribs) Gay Writer. Interested in LGBT fiction and civil rights, politics & philosophy, technology and history.
  177. JLand13 (talk · contribs)
  178. Jnkatz1 (talk · contribs) - Jonathan Ned Katz, Author/Historian/Founder of Interested in Wikipedia writers/editors who would like to help with, another MediaWiki-based website, on LGBT U.S. history. Contact me at jnk123 at We need your help!
  179. Joe5150 (talk · contribs)
  180. Jonathankwanhc (talk · contribs) I am the B in LGBT and I come from Hong Kong, I am interested in the achieving LGBT rights through debates. I did edit some of the LGBT right pages in wikipedia and the creator of the page "LGBT rights in Jersey". But don't expect me to be a typical "liberalist", though I support legalization of marijuana, I am against abortion, immigration, globalization, EU and single currency. However, I do support democracy, justice, freedom and preserving, restoring unique history and traditions around the world.
  181. jono799 (talk · contribs)
  182. Jowilson510 (talk · contribs) Queer Bowling Green State University WGSS student, future HESA master's student, avid Queer Studies reader and scholar
  183. joy299 (talk · contribs)- I am interested in LGBT advocacy and LGBT visibility in popular culture. More generally, I would simply like to experience the collaborative nature of a WikiProject
  184. Kallme (talk · contribs) Interested in improving articles about LGBT rights in Latin America
  185. Karl Xtrava (talk · contribs) - Karl Taps Xtravaganza, specialist in the history of the New York LGBT gay ballroom scene. 25 year member of the House of Xtravaganza.
  186. Katerenka (talk · contribs)
  187. Kathryn NicDhàna (talk · contribs) - A bit busy right now, but eventually can help with writing, copyediting, sourcing and research on a variety of related subjects.
  188. KatQ (talk · contribs) Queer storyteller in western Europe, working professionally in many ways with LGBTQ* matters. Wikipedian mostly to fight prejudice here and help keep things factual.
  189. KatrinaRLondon (talk · contribs)
  190. KaySL (talk · contribs) - Maintenance and anti-vandalism on numerous LGBT articles.
  191. Kbolino (talk · contribs) - Want to promote a neutral point of view and encourage the use of factual references and citations in LGBT articles.
  192. Kc12286 (talk · contribs) - I'm very interested in LGBT history. I created the Rose Troche article.
  193. Kcflood (talk · contribs) Interested in expanding LGBT articles
  194. Keeper76 (talk · contribs)
  195. Knorpel (talk · contribs) - Professional translator interested in translating articles from English, German and Portuguese into Spanish, especially about LGBT civil rights
  196. Kolindigo (talk · contribs) - Interested mostly in lesbian and gender issues, LGBT issues in Judaism, and LGBT in sports. Will do what I can. :)
  197. Kootenayvolcano (talk · contribs) - Interested in Lesbian history/culture/philosophy.
  198. Krimsonquinn (talk · contribs) Film and media studies major, will contribute to LGBTQ+ film, television, and new media pages
  199. Kukini (talk · contribs) - Been involved in several articles within the project, thought I might formalize my association with this good work!
  200. L'Aquatique (talk · contribs) - just another activist. Look forward to helping out...
  201. LadyofShalott (talk · contribs)
  202. Larrybob (talk · contribs) Interests include queer music, literature, and zines.
  203. Laualoha (talk · contribs) - more-or-less straight, but willing to help any way I can, especially in relation to native issues.
  204. Lauranpaul (talk · contribs) -Advanced degree in film and media studies, mostly working on lgbt film/media.
  205. Lawrlafo (talk · contribs) Interested in U.S. Latino/a, Puerto Rican, and Latin American LGBT topics.
  206. lbgtoz (talk · contribs) Interested in LGBTI History in Australia
  207. leahtwosaints (talk · contribs) Into Music and Biographies; added a bit to Cris Williamson --leahtwosaints (talk)
  208. lekoman (talk · contribs) - Seattle, WA based LGBT advocate, focusing on politics and news in Washington and the United States.
  209. Lenasilva (talk · contribs)
  210. Life in General (talk · contribs) I'm a Queer Anarchist, and so I'm mostly interested in the politics of Queerness.
  211. LightPhoenix (talk · contribs) I'm more of a small-fact adder than a major article updater, although I've done considerable work on the article LGBT rights in Europe
  212. Lilleskvat (talk · contribs) - LGBT+ activist, mainly interested in queer, pansexuality, genderqueer and intersexuality topics
  213. LilyKitty (talk · contribs) I'm interested in LGBT (especially transsexuality) in relation with international human rights law and instruments.
  214. Lisapollison (talk · contribs) I am an Anthropologist and Folklorist - my interest in LGBT is in the area of crime and the societal reaction when LGBT people are victims of , perpatrators of or simply involved in notable crimes. I greatly expanded the article on the case behind the play M.Butterfly, Bernard Boursicot. I have also tried to add details of her Lesbian identity to the Kitty Genovese article but get shot down every time. I've joined the project out of frustration over having anti-LGBT activists delete any mention of being LGBT from articles on historical people or incidents involving LGBT people even when the people self-identified as such. I'm hoping that by working within the project, I can learn how to best deal with such activisim. Thanks.Lisapollison
  215. Loco085 (talk · contribs) I'll help creating articles related to Latin American LGTB.
  216. Lquilter (talk · contribs) - categorizing, interested in historical figures
  217. LuciferMorgan (talk · contribs)
  218. Lychosis (talk · contribs) - I dunno... I'd like to help out whatever way I can...
  219. Lynnhb (talk · contribs) New editor. Especially interested in creating/expanding biographies (accurately cited of course) of activists who've been the brave pioneers of LGBT rights (mostly US, which I'm familiar with.) To ensure role models aren't forgotten/document history.
  220. Magenstat (talk · contribs) A student from Rice University planning to contribute a page on Homelessness among LGBT Youth in the United States.
  221. Maplestrip (talk · contribs) – Non-binary. Primarily interested in fiction. Please leave newsletters on my subpage rather than on my talk page.
  222. Marianomoli (talk · contribs) I am an English-Spanish-French speaker interested in Same-sex marriage and gay rights around the world.
  223. Markie Twist (talk · contribs) sex therapy, sexuality education, sexology, sexual orientation, relational orientation, gender identity, multi-partnered relationships
  224. mavin-neo (talk · contribs) entrepreneur looking to create safe spaces for the LGBTQ - both physical and virtual.
  225. MaxHarmony (talk · contribs)
  226. McVeigh (talk · contribs)
  227. me_and (talk · contribs)
  228. Melty girl (talk · contribs)
  229. Meojive (talk · contribs) - gay porn contriber, fact checking, and bi issues. Computer Freak!
  230. MishaPan (talk · contribs) - LGBT rights in Texas, the nation and the world
  231. MishMich (talk · contribs) Interested in intersex & trans medical, social & scientific issues; internal LGBT interrelations & politics, LGBT & intersex history; Anglican & CofE LGBT issues.
  232. Mistress Selina Kyle (talk · contribs) — Everything I could say is on my userpage really - I could've sworn I added myself to this years years ago, I think I might have only used userboxes back then lol Face-smile.svg I think this is very important because there are quite a few groups on Wikipedia that are under-represented, see also: Wikipedia:Systemic_bias#The_.22average_Wikipedian.22 and Wikipedia:WikiProject_Countering_systemic_bias Face-smile.svg
  233. Mizzm2 bi (talk · contribs)-bisexuality topics
  234. Moira98 (talk · contribs) Trans lesbian, interested in transgender people in history and gender in general
  235. Moreau36 (talk · contribs) Interested in military, sexuality, and general BTLG topics. Any tasks at hand?
  236. MorelMWilliam (talk · contribs)- Working on bringing more coverage to the budding LGBT scene in India.
  237. Moreschi (talk · contribs) - otherwise I get whacked with an axe.
  238. Msleticialove (talk · contribs) -- I can contribute to articles relating to any aspect of crossdressing.
  239. Mukkakukaku (talk · contribs)
  240. Musimax (talk · contribs)
  241. nanners314 (talk · contribs) Dipping my toes into editing! Special interest in nb identities, and also increasing visibility for Middle East/North Africa related topics.
  242. Nield (talk · contribs)
  243. Nilsen-Misra (talk · contribs)
  244. Ninquelosse (talk · contribs) Interested in Oscar Wilde, Victorian LGBT people and literature, and LGBT historical figures.
  245. Not A Superhero (talk · contribs) Interested in LGBT rights and visibility, specially in Latin America. Also interested in gay-related cinema.
  246. novus.lector (talk · contribs) Latin american literature, queer studies, and library and information science.
  247. Npd2983 (talk · contribs) I focus on on vintage pulp and early 20th century gay novels.
  248. Odedee (talk · contribs) Would like to help expanding articles related to LGBTs in Israel.
  249. Ohmyerica (talk · contribs) - LGBT activist, interested in all related topics, especially those dealing with sociology and psychology
  250. Olly150 (talk · contribs)
  251. OR drohowa (talk · contribs)
  252. OracleNola (talk · contribs) I'm new to Wikipedia, interested in LGBT stuff [especially bi/trans] and hoping I can contribute somehow
  253. OwenBlacker (talk · contribs)
  254. PatAdamsCA (talk · contribs)
  255. Pauci leones (talk · contribs) Very new here. Fierce fighter for full human status and all civil rights for our LGBT & Queer community.
  256. PC78 (talk · contribs)
  257. Phae_girl (talk · contribs) - Interested in trans issues and history
  258. Philippe (talk · contribs) Broke the Kinsey scale, currently wiki-addicted beyond all belief, referred by User:FisherQueen, who promised me a cookie. :-)
  259. Phoenix_of9 (talk · contribs)
  260. Picture of a Sunny Day (talk · contribs) I'm a queer trans woman named Rebecca. I'm passionate about chipping away at the systemic biases of cissexism and transphobia that exist on Wikipedia. I'm interested in creating and expanding biography articles on notable trans* individuals, making sure trans* articles follow the MOS:IDENTITY guidelines, and rewriting or removing unsourced, cissexist POV statements such as "born male" or "biological female" from trans*-related articles.
  261. Pigman (talk · contribs) Sure, why not? Although I haven't been particularly active on LGBT articles, the newsletter will probably inspire me.
  262. Pinkkeith (talk · contribs)
  263. Pjefts (talk · contribs) - interested in pre-Stonewall history, the events around the time of Stonewall and immediately after it.
  264. Pjthompso (talk · contribs) - Interested in same sex marriage and LGBT history of London and Sydney
  265. Poppy Appletree (talk · contribs) New account, old editor; interested in LGBT laws, particular trans ones.
  266. Prcc27 (talk · contribs) Creator of the Same-sex marriage in Kentucky, Same-sex marriage in the Tenth Circuit, Same-sex marriage in the Fourth Circuit, Same-sex marriage in the Seventh Circuit, Same-sex marriage in the Ninth Circuit, and Gay sexual practices Wikipedia pages.
  267. Psicorps (talk · contribs) Looking forward to joining the party.
  268. Psychonavigation (talk · contribs) Bisexual, skeptical, impartial, and totally centered politically. I'm new here, so I'm bored... gotta have summin ta doooo!
  269. QFlux (talk · contribs)
  270. QueenAlexandria (talk · contribs)
  271. queer_uncle_arthur (talk · contribs) New editor and wanting to preserve more queer history especially in regards to arts and activism as it occurs.
  272. Queerudite (talk · contribs) - Primarily interested in queer politics, queer people of color, and queer activists
  273. Rachelpop- (talk · contribs)
  274. RachelWex (talk · contribs)
  275. Rainbowofpeace (talk · contribs) - LGBT activist mostly interested in discrimination and studying LGBT people as a cultural group in the same way anthropologist analyze different ethnic and religious groups.
  276. Rastko Pocesta (talk · contribs) - interested in the history of LGBT liberation movement and current legal status of same-sex unions
  277. Raystorm (talk · contribs) -Same-sex marriage (no matter the country, check out what I did with the Spanish one), LG history, politics, Psychology
  278. Rebeach (talk · contribs) New editor; planning to review & update bio pages on drag queens/female impersonators, as I've come into possession of a rare 1950's reference book.
  279. Rebecca (talk · contribs)
  280. Renegade Replicant (talk · contribs) - Straight myself (as far as I know thus far), but I'm a strong supporter of the community and interested in learning more.
  281. richardsd (talk · contribs)
  282. Richie wright1980 (talk · contribs) I've recently done an article for Liverpool Gay Quarter, hope I get involved more. I'm really new so please be easy on me, lol
  283. Ringbang (talk · contribs)
  284. Robapalooza (talk · contribs) Currently working on the biography and media coverage of Alan G. Rogers, reportedly the "first known gay combat fatality of Operation Iraqi Freedom."
  285. RobertMfromLI (talk · contribs) - Mostly vandal fighting, but willing to help in specific areas if needed/requested.
  286. Ron 1987 (talk · contribs)
  287. Ronline (talk · contribs)
  288. Ross Burgess (talk · contribs) Interested in LGBT history in the UK. My main area of activity is now the UK LGBT Archive (formerly the LGBT UK History Project) which has a different focus from Wikipedia, with much less emphasis on notability.
  289. Ryvr (talk · contribs) Interested in NPOV, politics, history, subcultures, culture, and style. I welcome discussion on my talk page!
  290. Sam (talk · contribs)
  291. samirluther (talk · contribs) Formerly employed by LGBTQ organizations in the US, still interested in adding to our collective knowledge and awareness.
  292. Sandbergja (talk · contribs) Hi everyone! Happy to help out however I can.
  293. SarahStierch (talk · contribs) - Queer, writes about artists primarily.
  294. Sceptre (talk · contribs) - off-wiki activist; interested in intersectional issues, esp. most recently between feminism and transgender issues; but also with LGBT rights in general.
  295. Scientiom (talk · contribs)
  296. Sdegan (talk · contribs)
  297. SeaBigPop (talk · contribs) Hey everyone! New(ish) to Wikipedia but would love to help on this WikiProject. Thank-you!
  298. Sean (talk · contribs)
  299. SeMelmoth (talk · contribs) Special interest in Canadian queer history
  300. sfdrye (talk · contribs)Hi All, I'm a relatively new editor here on WP and as a queer male, I have a special interest in LGBTTIQQ2S issues. I've just added some content to the gay bashing page and I'm looking to contribute further!
  301. Shiningroad (talk · contribs) Particularly interested in contributing to Wikipedia coverage of LGBTness intersecting with other identities - for example, stuff about LGBT people with disabilities
  302. shouta317 (talk · contribs) I wish to increase and coverage of LGBT issues on wikipedia in order to raise awareness on the advocacy of LGBT right and equality. I'm new to wikipedia, hope to learn from the seasoned users here.
  303. Siawase (talk · contribs)
  304. Skyerise (talk · contribs) interested in transgender issues.
  305. Skyler13 (talk · contribs) I'm mostly interested in the Bear Community
  306. Sophie means wisdom (talk · contribs) - mainly interested in trans topics. And tea.
  307. Srdemuro (talk · contribs) New editor, enjoy creating and editing Wikis for underrepresented folks.
  308. staffwaterboy (talk · contribs) - Writing LGBT Articles
  309. Starlighttango (talk · contribs) Hello there! I'm a new editor here and I'd just like to pitch in however I can!
  310. Stevenmg (talk · contribs) Interested in culture, history, politics, subculture, and literature. Keen interest in improving access to LGBT historical resources in the United States and beyond.
  311. Stummelfüßer (talk · contribs) Not sure where to start, but I'm here!
  312. Switchercat (talk · contribs) Transmasculine teenager interested in queer ancient history and general trans issues.
  313. TAnthony (talk · contribs)
  314. TasneemIslam1025 (talk · contribs)
  315. Taulapapa (talk · contribs) I am interested in fa'afafine and other indigenous queer issues, and with queer artists everywhere
  316. Taurusthecat (talk · contribs) I am interested in ensuring content relating to gay material and issues in mainstream media is accurately represented, and on Wikipedia, that it is not deleted or maliciously modified to diminish it's importance.
  317. tb240904 (talk · contribs)
  318. TCMemoire (talk · contribs) Queer editor here. I'm interested in a bit of everything, especially asexuality, gender identity, and LGBTQ+ in anthropology and world LGBTQ+ cultures, since I'm an anthropologist-in-training! I'll also fight vandalism.
  319. Tdempsey (talk · contribs) General LGBT activist in the South - returning after a long absence
  320. Teammm (talk · contribs) - Maryland, USA - Paralegal Degree - Interest in law, LGBT civil rights.
  321. TexasScribe (talk · contribs) in San Antonio
  322. The Giant Puffin (talk · contribs)
  323. The Obento Musubi (talk · contribs)K
  324. The Obento Musubi (talk · contribs)
  325. The Wednesday Island (talk · contribs)
  326. The Wordsmith (talk · contribs)
  327. Thickslab (talk · contribs)
  328. Thsmi002 (talk · contribs)
  329. Tiger Marc (talk · contribs) - interested in sports, culture, and kink/leather articles
  330. Tikuko (talk · contribs) Special interests in festivals, subcultures, and symbols/symbolism
  331. Time for a nice cuppa brew (talk · contribs) Studying LGBT in CS.
  332. Timothy Perper (talk · contribs) - writer on sexuality topics
  333. Toussaint (talk · contribs) I'm also an admin on the LGBT Info wiki and need help with migrating and creating articles.
  334. Tovojolo (talk · contribs) - interested in poetry, opera, ballet, classical music
  335. Towsey (talk · contribs)
  336. Transpuppy (talk · contribs) Queer Transman, currently working on a Masters in Social Work, with emphasis on LGBT populations.
  337. Treybien (talk · contribs)
  338. TristanDinkum (talk · contribs) Wanting to contribute!
  339. Trodaikid1983 (talk · contribs) - committed to reverting vandals, bad edits, and keeping LGBT articles NPOV
  340. Twang (talk · contribs) I'll add to (the earlier) Years in LGBT rights as time allows.
  341. United Union (talk · contribs)
  342. unspeakablevice (talk · contribs) working on a Gender & Women's Studies PhD, focusing on homosexuality during the 18th century (queer history)
  343. Varnent (talk · contribs) Wikimedian, MediaWiki developer, Wikimania volunteer, outreach:Wikimedia LGBT Outreach Project founding member, and founding WikiQueerian. Help with LGBT article development - particularly related to organizations and activism.
  344. VerballyInsane (talk · contribs) - VP of a LGBT student organization at Purdue University
  345. Viciouslies (talk · contribs) Non-profit communications professional, formerly an employee of GLSEN and the ACLU's LGBT Project. Particularly interested in LGBT legal history articles.
  346. VisaBlack (talk · contribs) Gay Writer. Interested in LGBT Hip-hop, Male Sexuality, LGBT Rights & Politics, & Homosexuality in Ancient Cultures. Just ask if you need help on an article, I have the spare time.
  347. Vuerqex (talk · contribs)
  348. Wbush89 (talk · contribs) - fervent believer in the importance of developing the LGBT conscience through history and public awareness
  349. Weatherby551 (talk · contribs)
  350. Weirdtheory (talk · contribs)
  351. Wikiwind (talk · contribs)
  352. Wintertran (talk · contribs) -I'm a college student and i'm interested in gay right and same-sex marriage so ill try to learn and contribute best of me for LGBT community
  353. WJBscribe (talk · contribs) - Most interested in the political and legal aspects of LGBT issues, especially human rights
  354. Wjhonson (talk · contribs) It's crowded in here! Hey watch it, that's part of me!
  355. Wuchrist (talk · contribs) - Interested in Homophobia within ethnic minority communities
  356. Wxman87 (talk · contribs) Bisexual cisgender male looking to contribute to LGBTQ topics. Specifically to bring more visibility and inclusion of bisexuality.
  357. Xsonxfanx (talk · contribs)-vandal fighter, and frequent contributor to LGTB TV and web series.
  358. Xtgyal (talk · contribs) - Maryland, USA transgender college student working towards degree in Gender/Sexuality/LGBT Studies. Interested in history & anthropology of gender/sexuality and contemporary LGBTQIA activism.
  359. YEloi (talk · contribs)- LGBTQQA( et. al.) activist with focus on Transgender topics.
  360. Yohan euan o4 (talk · contribs)
  361. Zappyzac (talk · contribs) - Member of LGBTQ group, Young Out Here in Singapore, interested in helping with what I can..
  362. Zazaban (talk · contribs) Gender roles are for squares!
  363. Zefrog (talk · contribs) I have started several articles and expanded others (see profile for details). I also focus on categorisation of LGTB related articles.
  364. Zigzig20s (talk · contribs)
  365. Zoeblackmore (talk · contribs) Newly returned to Wikipedia, unsure of involvement. Interested in Transgender, Transsexual and Intersex rights
  366. Zuejay (talk · contribs) Wha-hoo
  367. Zythe (talk · contribs) - interested in bisexuality and fictional LGBT characters
  368. Vexthesmol (talk · contribs) Ply Ace - genderfluid. A fairly new editor. Interested in non-binary genders and more obscure sexualities especially on the Ace spectrum. Also interested in fictional LGBT characters
  369. Michelangelo1992 (talk · contribs)
  370. Gaurav Jhammat (talk · contribs) - Punjab, India. I have created several articles on sexual orientation and articles showing in LGBT sidebar on my local wiki (Punjabi Wikipedia).
  371. Michaelh2001 (talk · contribs) - From Juneau, Alaska I am already a member of WikiProject Biography
  372. Figurefour44 (talk · contribs) - Oregon Gay guy, interested in all things LGBT
  373. Seba5tien (talk/contribs) Hi everyone, nice to meet you! Very happy to help.
  374. DaltonHird (talk · contribs) Interested in queer-related topics both contemporary and historical.
  375. Kmwebber (talk · contribs) I am interested in queer issues, historical events, and media. I may be contributing to topics on LGBT intimate partner violence.
  376. GriffinMeeks (talk · contribs) I am a straight guy who leans to the right.
  377. feminist_platypus (talk · contribs)
  378. Pollywilson516 (talk · contribs) I am a queer gender fluid woman excited to take the leap and help contribute to the beautiful world of Wikipedia, specifically with French and Canadian artists/actresses/women and all LGBT members.
  379. brookeenglish (talk · contribs) I am a transfeminine person who is pansexual. I am currently pursuing a degree in Women and Gender Studies and am primarily interested in contributing to articles about transgender issues.
  380. NecrosisBuddha (talk · contribs)
  381. Willthacheerleader18 (talk · contribs)
  382. DaltonHird (talk · contribs) I teach Gender Studies and Queer Studies. Happy this project is here!
  383. EthanMacdonald (talk · contribs)
  384. Lastrik (talk · contribs) I am an asexual transgender girl. I am very interested in LGBT studies.
  385. Adonismale (talk · contribs)
  386. Pvirgiliusmaro (talk · contribs)
  387. paul2520 (talk · contribs) I have a membership at the Quatrefoil Library (catalog) if anybody requires references.
  388. hparten (talk · contribs) student at UofC, bisexual, interested in LGBT-inclusive education
  389. Paradoxasauruser (talk · contribs) particularly fond of queer cinema and LGBTQ socialization
  390. Markworthen (talk · contribs)
  391. SmallerOnTheOutside (talk · contribs) - I'm nonbinary and very quite gay (+pansexual). Interested in queer theory, queer media (particularly cinema and lit), and of course, queer activism. Most interested in trans, NB and other gendery stuff.
  392. ArglebargleIV (talk · contribs) Transgender woman interested in helping out.
  393. Warren Leywon (talk · contribs) Life,Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
  394. kiteinthewind (talk · contribs) Supporting equality, interested in LGBT culture and history, and eager to improve LGBT-related article's quality on Wikipedia
  395. DaddyCell (talk · contribs)
  396. User:DENAMAX
  397. DoctorWho42 (talk · contribs) - LGBT in speculative fiction
  398. The Stray Dog Talk Page 20:59, 30 June 2017 (UTC) - LGBT in Iran
  399. User:Pihp
  400. Ritu qgk (talk · contribs) Queer Cis-woman who wants to help Queer articles and specifically Indian LGBTQIA+ articles.
  401. Stinger20 (talk · contribs) - LGBT right by countries
  402. GetSomeUtah (talk · contribs) -- New Queer Cinema; lesbian filmmakers
  403. Indyjb1995 (talk · contribs) - Particularly interested in lesbian YouTubers and actresses
  404. Greencardoors (talk · contribs) - a queer non-binary teen.
  405. Diamondpengu (talk · contribs) non-binary pansexual memer
  406. kybrarian01 (talk · contribs) queer librarian
  407. Uffda007 (talk · contribs) New to Wikipedia, but passionate about LGBT+ studies. I look forward to contributing to this project :D
  408. DinoD123 (talk · contribs) ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  409. Fandomania (talk · contribs) Very new to Wikipedia, but excited to contribute to anything pro-LGBT as I am biromantic. Very enthusiastic about representation in media and very strong advocate for equal rights. Happy to help!
  410. Kota Thomas A. Wharton (talk · contribs) Gay identifying teen, student, and social activist
  411. Kbabej (talk · contribs) I identify as gay and like to work on biographies.
  412. Alexey Karetnikov (talk · contribs) Scientist (PhD in molecular virology). Gay. Interested in mechanisms of formation of human sexual orientation, and in issues related to LGBT rights.
  413. Nattes à chat (talk · contribs) I mainly do translation English to French and vice versa, but would also like to write on lesbians and drag kings, as well as LGBT history and rights in Switzerland, France and Africa.
  414. Houssem Abida (talk · contribs) I am here to help mainly by translating any LGBT culture related articles especially biographies and political movements, in either english, french or arabic.
  415. Mell0nite (talk · contribs) Interested in LGBT issues, mostly trans and nonbinary topics.
  416. Isseubnida (talk · contribs)
  417. FULBERT (talk · contribs) - especially interested in helping communication between WikiProject LGBT studies and Wikimedia LGBT+
  418. 19paleblueeyes66 (talk · contribs) hi i'm gay and i like gay people/things
  419. PhilEdits (talk · contribs) Time to add my services here so praxis & tomorrow may better become one.
  420. StoppedGalaxy (talk · contribs) Bi and trans teen in Hong Kong.
  421. Fifthcoastbobcat (talk) 08:27, 15 April 2018 (UTC)Queer librarian interested in community archives.
  422. Nanophosis (talk · contribs) Lesbian, but primarily interested in editing trans related articles and otherwise gender related articles.
  423. Ritu qgk (talk · contribs) Lesbian, interested in editing and creating queer articles around Indian Sub-continent.
  424. Aven R. (talk · contribs) fashionably late to the party
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