This training section of the Toolkit is where we get to discuss the key issues affecting how LGBTQ2S youth interact with their environments and how their environments interact with them. We are using environment in a very broad and open way. Environment includes people (family, friends, peer groups, adults, etc.), social institutions (justice system, health care, children welfare, etc.), cultural norms (heteronormativity and cisnormativity), physical space, and everything else in between.

The modules and scenarios are organized in a way that makes sense to us, the designers of the Toolkit. As you are aware each page of the Toolkit ends with links to the previous and next section; this is meant to guide you through the Toolkit. This structure may not work for you and your learning style; if this is the case for you, please use this page as your guide (think of it as a choose your own adventure approach to working through the modules). Modules and scenarios listed on this page have a hyperlink to take you directly to that module or scenario. Please click on the topic you want to learn more about.

This section of the Toolkit has several modules, including:

Each module begins with a set of learning objectives to help you quickly comprehend the goals of that particular unit.

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