Report

The Internet Isn’t All Rainbows: Exposing and Mitigating Online Queerphobic Hate Against 2SLGBTQ+ Organizations

2023

The Internet Isn’t All Rainbows: Exposing and Mitigating Online Queerphobic Hate Against 2SLGBTQ+ Organizations

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This report was published by the Ontario Digital Literacy and Access Network (ODLAN) & Wisdom2Action.

HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:

Anti-2SLGBTQ+ hate is on the rise across Canada. To better understand queerphobic online hate, its impacts, and the efforts used to address it, ODLAN partnered with Wisdom2Action to engage leaders of 2SLGBTQ+ organizations in a consultation process consisting of a series of focus groups. The Internet Isn’t All Rainbows: Exposing and Mitigating Online Queerphobic Hate Against 2SLGBTQ+ Organizations summarizes the findings of the consultation, organized by the themes that emerged during the analysis of focus group transcripts. A brief literature review has been included. The report also provides a set of recommendations in response to its findings.

The findings include impacts on 2SLGBTQ+ youth and organizations supporting 2SLGBTQ+ youth.

Jonsson, S., Tesolin, A., Verhaeghe, A., Dietzel, C., Stuebing, D. L., & Al Ameri, R. (2023). The Internet Isn’t All Rainbows: Exposing and Mitigating Online Queerphobic Hate Against 2SLGBTQ+ Organizations. Ontario Digital Literacy and Access Network. https://odlan.ca/research-report-2023/

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