• Just like in grad school, this document completely erases LGBTQ2+ students and POC and doesn't consider our unique challenges and needs. The only place this document acknowledges LGBTQ2+ people and POC is by telling LGBTQ2+ and POC how to dress - which is really funny because I've been told not to dress like a "raging bull dyke" by an advisor myself, while completing my PhD, so I guess it's appropriate. sarcasm
  • For LGBT graduate students in psychology (and great points for other areas too): http://www.apa.org/apags/resources/lgbt-guide.aspx
  • (The above link contains a document that is only accessible to members of the APA.)
  • Look into the LGBTQ+ resource center (or equivalent) of institutions you're considering-- some of them do have support/social groups for grad/non-trad students, though they may be harder to find than groups for undergrads