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Wikimedia LGBT+

Wikimedia LGBT+ encourages collaboration among various LGBT-related efforts in all Wikimedia projects. Established projects are listed below on each wiki.

Multilingual wikis


Meta-Wiki itself hosts a few multilingual related projects in addition to the Wikimedia LGBT portal:

  • GLAM, an opportunity to collaborate with LGBT galleries, libraries, archives and museums
  • Wiki Loves Pride, an international campaign to expand and improve LGBT-related content across all Wikimedia projects
  • Wikipedia for Peace, movement that wants to strengthen peace and social justice on Wikimedia projects, with a focus on LGBT+ and editing events around queer events

Outreach Wiki


Wikimedia Commons

Here are some examples of media files available in Commons; that can be reused on all Wikimedia projects:

Localized wikis


Logo for WikiProject LGBT studies at English Wikipedia

Several linguistic editions of Wikipedia have Wikiprojects (often with their associated content portal) for working on LGBT-related encyclopedic topics:


Logo of the LGBT portal on English Wikinews.

Wikinews is a free-content news source supported by the Wikimedia Foundation.

  • The English project includes a branch dedicated to LGBT-related issues and news. The LGBT Portal displays articles related to the LGBT community, sorted by region. See Category:LGBT.
  • Wikinews LGBT handout (PDF file actually stored on Wikimedia Commons and shared with other projects)


Wikivoyage is a free worldwide travel guide; created collaboratively.


Wikibooks is a collection of open-content textbooks, created collaboratively. See Category:LGBT.


Wikisource is an electronic library and archive of books and texts in various languages, that are in the public domain or have been released by famous authors in a free licence compatible with Wikimedia projects. Each language has its separate edition. Some of them have dedicated portals or categories for books and texts related to LGBT topics.

See also