These collections are online sources which could help you find further materials to use in your research.
The largest repository of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer materials in the world.
A broad source for reading about the history and some of the people who are part of the LGBT spectrum. There are a lot of sources that can be found here, including timelines that chronicle important events. There are different visual materials, oral histories and documents.
This archive is a collection of digitized historical materials, digital materials in general, and information on archival holdings across the world.
A collection of documents from the civil rights movement for LGBT people consisting of photographs, posters, artwork and ephemera from the New York Public Library.
More than 1,300 posters documenting the AIDS education and informing of the public campaign from 1982 to the present. There are more than 60 countries and over 100 languages represented in these posters.
A collection of essays and valuable information regarding gays and lesbians across history. There are two sections dedicated to primary documents, Homosexuality in Eighteenth-Century England and Homosexuality in Nineteenth-Century England.
Gives an outline of LGBTQ history across all time periods and parts of the world. This site includes many original texts, and discussions.
One of the oldest and still being published LGBT papers in the U.S. There are full text digitized issues from 1971 to the year before the current one.
Medieval texts that shows gender roles, how sex and gender were constructed and well as how married life was for Medieval people.
A timeline of LGBTQ history represented through congressional reports, presidential documents, court cases and other federal resources.