Indigenous Bi+ and Two Spirit Resources

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  • The Two Spirit Journal “provides original content of news and current events to educate, build connectivity and to put a face and voice to the diverse & vibrant Two-Spirit community in the United States and Canada.” Learn more:

United States



  • The Eastern Woodland Two Spirit Society is “working toward creating a supportive group for [themselves] and other two spirit people” in the midwest. Learn more: 


  • The Minnesota Two Spirit Society “promote[s] cultural awareness of Two-Spirit people in Minnesota and the surrounding communities.” Learn more: 
  • The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center supports Native women and their families by offering social and mental health services, including Two Spirit support and community. Learn more/donate:


  • Started in 1996, the Montana Two Spirit Society spreads awareness about Two Spirit and Native LGBTQ issues with their yearly gathering and by traveling to Pride and conferences around the country. Learn more/donate:

North Carolina


  • The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board locally serves OR, WA, and ID, but their website has many other resources for LBGTQ and Two-Spirit folks, including a blog, short films, and and guidence for health providers. Learn more:
  • The Portland Two Spirit Society is a “social group for LGBTQI Native American/Alaska Natives and their families to come together and share, connect, reclaim and restore culture, community and the traditional roles of Two Spirit people.” Learn more:


  • The East Coast Two Spirit Society “ends discrimination and bias by providing information about and services to Two Spirit Natives. Learn more:

South Carolina


  • The Texas Two Spirit Society’s mission is “Advocating and empowering Native American LGBTQ+ tradition by caring for our community through outreach and action.” Learn more/donate: