Why do you encourage people to attend in-person Safe Zone trainings?

Here are four, of so-many-more-we-could-list, reasons. At an in-person training, you have the chance to… Meet other people in your community who are interested in learning more about gender and sexuality. While workshops and trainings are awesome they often are just the start of the conversation and it’s great to have folks you’re already connected… Read more »

I want to attend a Safe Zone training. How do I do that?

Google! We’re not being snarky, either. We suggest searching [Your Town/City/Region Name] + “Safe Zone LGBTQ Trainings” and seeing what comes up. Even if the training isn’t called “Safe Zone,” (and they often won’t be) you’ll likely find something that will scratch a similar itch. If that doesn’t work, reach out to any local LGBTQ+… Read more »


Safe Zone Project Courses are online trainings for self-directed learners to engage with concepts related to Gender, Sexuality, LGBTQ+ Identities, and Facilitation.

To 2016…and Beyond!

This year we got to do a lot of awesome things, w/ some awesome people. Here’s to another great year!


Are you here to lead a Safe Zone initiative in your community? To roll out a program that create opportunities to learn about sexuality, gender, and LGBTQ+ identities? You, friend, have come to the right place. Creating a Safe Zone program involves a lot of work, but it’s well within the scope of what a… Read more »


Are you looking to learn about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) identities? You, friend, have come to the right place. Thankfully, the internet has provided a lot of outlets for LGBTQ+ education. Unthankfully, when you’re googling around it’s sometimes hard to sort out the accurate from the misleading, the positive from the stigmatizing,… Read more »


Are you looking for help, or looking to help? In either case, we’re ready.

About Sam Killermann, Safe Zone Project Co-Creator

Sam Killermann is a multi-disciplinary artist who puts his gifts to work to achieve global justice as the Director of Creativity for hues. Sam is also the person behind It’s Pronounced Metrosexual, the comedy show performed at colleges and universities, as well as the online resource, which has educated millions of readers on themes of… Read more »

About Meg Bolger, Safe Zone Project Co-Creator

Hey! I’m Meg and I’m a social justice facilitator, educator, and writer. I am one of the co-creators of The Safe Zone Project. Safe Zone trainings are near and dear to my heart both as a member of the LGBTQ+ community and as the place I started facilitating social justice. I’m a huge facilitation geek…. Read more »

I did a Safe Zone [some # of] years ago. Do I need to do another one?

Depends. The material covered in Safe Zone trainings evolves over time — at least, it should. If you’re doing a Safe Zone where the material hasn’t been updated in years, it’s at best out of date, at worst harmfully inaccurate. And tons of folks do trainings using the “Safe Zone” moniker that include very different activities and… Read more »


A massive list of articles, websites, videos, and tools to keep (or start) learning about LGBTQ+ people, identities, and experiences


The Safe Zone Project team (Meg & Sam) are no longer offering in-person trainings or train-the-trainer visits. We are incredibly passionate about ensuring that people who want to host a training or start a safe zone program in their community or get the support they need to do so.   Instead of offering in-person train-the-trainer… Read more »


The Safe Zone Project (SZP) is a free online resource providing curricula, activities, and other resources for educators facilitating Safe Zone trainings (sexuality, gender, and LGBTQ+ education sessions), and learners who are hoping to explore these concepts on their own. Co-created by Meg Bolger and Sam Killermann in 2013, the SZP has become the go-to resource… Read more »

How to Use This Site

This site is a powerful resource that was created just for you.  Let us help you to put it to use. This site provides a Foundational Safe Zone workshop curriculum to help you facilitate a meaningful, effective, enjoyable training a library of activities to help you expand designed to help expand understanding of gender and sexuality issues… Read more »