It’s awesome that you want folks who visit your website to know that you’re LGBTQ+ friendly. However, to us, Safe Zone stickers imply that you went through some sort of training (which is why ours say “Safe Zone Trained”).
Many folks want to put Safe Zone trained stickers on their website so they can visually signal to others they are a supportive ally and/or have an inclusive practice. If that’s you here are a few suggestions!
(1) Seek out a Safe Zone training! See if there is one in your area that you can attend. If not perhaps consider taking our self-guided course. Intentionally seeking out education is important because while it’s awesome you want to be inclusive of LGBTQ+ folks it’s hard to know what you don’t know (and really important to find out).
(2) Write a statement of inclusion/allyship. Let people know what being LGBTQ+ inclusive means to you. What training or knowledge and what practices do you do or have you changed in order to be more inclusive/affirming.
(3) Consider a rainbow flag instead of a Safe Zone sticker—and then make it linkable to the statement that you wrote for #2. 🙂