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'''Lindsay Amer''' is an American LGBT activist and YouTuber. Amer created and hosts "Queer Kid Stuff", a YouTube channel for children to teach them about LGBT topics. Amer has been recognized by GLAAD, the TED Conference, and the Webby Awards for their work relating to LGBT education and advocacy. Amer also co-founded the Bluelaces Theater Company in New York, which creates multi-sensory theatrical experiences for people with autism and other disabilities.<ref name="disc_Lind">{{Cite web |title=Lindsay Amer - Gates Discovery Center |author= |work=Gates Discovery Center |date= |access-date=8 May 2020 |url= https://www.discovergates.org/exhibition/wethefuture/young-leaders/lindsay-amer/}}</ref>
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'''Lindsay "Lindz" Amer'''<ref>https://www.ted.com/speakers/lindsay_amer</ref> is an American LGBT activist and YouTuber. Amer created and hosts "Queer Kid Stuff", a YouTube channel for children to teach them about LGBT topics. Amer has been recognized by GLAAD<ref name="glaad">{{Cite web |title=GLAAD announces San Francisco Rising Stars Grant recipients |author= |work=GLAAD |date=7 September 2017 |access-date=8 May 2020 |url= https://www.glaad.org/blog/glaad-announces-san-francisco-rising-stars-grant-recipients}}</ref>, the TED Conference, and the Webby Awards for their work relating to LGBT education and advocacy. Amer also co-founded the Bluelaces Theater Company in New York, which creates multi-sensory theatrical experiences for people with autism and other disabilities.<ref name="disc_Lind">{{Cite web |title=Lindsay Amer - Gates Discovery Center |author= |work=Gates Discovery Center |date= |access-date=8 May 2020 |url= https://www.discovergates.org/exhibition/wethefuture/young-leaders/lindsay-amer/}}</ref>
   
 
They obtained their college degree from Northwestern University in Theater and Gender Studies and an advanced degree from Queen Mary University in London.<ref name="disc_Lind" />
 
They obtained their college degree from Northwestern University in Theater and Gender Studies and an advanced degree from Queen Mary University in London.<ref name="disc_Lind" />
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Latest revision as of 12:03, 13 May 2022

Lindsay Amer
Nationality American
Pronouns they/them[1]
Gender identity nonbinary[1]
Occupation activist YouTuber
Known for "Queer Kid Stuff"


Lindsay "Lindz" Amer[2] is an American LGBT activist and YouTuber. Amer created and hosts "Queer Kid Stuff", a YouTube channel for children to teach them about LGBT topics. Amer has been recognized by GLAAD[3], the TED Conference, and the Webby Awards for their work relating to LGBT education and advocacy. Amer also co-founded the Bluelaces Theater Company in New York, which creates multi-sensory theatrical experiences for people with autism and other disabilities.[4]

They obtained their college degree from Northwestern University in Theater and Gender Studies and an advanced degree from Queen Mary University in London.[4]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Swartz, SB (28 June 2018). "Teaching Kids the ABCs of LGBTQ+". shondaland.com. Retrieved 8 May 2020.
  2. https://www.ted.com/speakers/lindsay_amer
  3. "GLAAD announces San Francisco Rising Stars Grant recipients". GLAAD. 7 September 2017. Retrieved 8 May 2020.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Lindsay Amer - Gates Discovery Center". Gates Discovery Center. Retrieved 8 May 2020.
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