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All of you couples from Newton, Needham, Wellesley, Brookline, etc, please come out of the woodwork and join us! It is our goal to create a social atmosphere of like-minded gay women who are over 50. We are looking for members who are/were employed in a professional capacity and who would like to come together in someone's home on a monthly basis. It would be nice to share a lovely brunch, dinner, coffee; rotating houses and doing whatever the group is interested in. This is a membership only group.
"Am Tikva - 'People of Hope' - has been serving the Greater Boston community since 1976, creating an open and welcoming environment where gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Jews of all ages and degrees of religious observance can meet to explore their common heritage and enjoy the company of fellow Jews."
All services are held at the Temple Sinai Auditorium, 50 Sewall Ave.
"A gay man on the North Shore, along with his dog Bandit, writing about the quirky aspects of being gay including politics and local eats."
Not-for-profit soft tip dart league. Matches are played and sponsored by local gay and lesbian bars in Boston, as well as
several individually sponsored teams.
One of the country's oldest gay softball leagues.
Site has links to additional gay/lesbian resources.
News, links and bookstore.
"The best experienced, therapeutic massage therapy!"
Group is for bears and their friends in the Boston area.
The BGMC sings a wide spectrum of classical and popular music and provides a positive, affirming image of the gay and lesbian community.
Gay rubgy club formed summer 2002.
This is your connection to the gay men's watersports scene in Boston and across New England.
"The Boston Pride Committee, serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and ally community, works to enhance the visibility of Boston's LGBT community through a week of events each June, in conjunction with year round activities, to promote LGBT awareness, dignity, and understanding."
Competitive and recreational ice hockey teams.
"Boston's premier magazine for the gay and lesbian community."
Gay and lesbian soccer club.
Browse and shop the inventory of Boston's complete gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender bookstore by category, author title or keywords. Subscribe to weekly E-newsletter.
Gay friendly martial arts school serving the Boston area.
Churches in Boston and Cambridge of interest to gay and lesbian people.
The people who brought you Lava Bar are proud to present Circuit Girl. 67 Stuart Street.
Using mass media to fight homophobia.
Employees at Compaq. Formerly DECPlus.
"Coro Allegro is a not-for-profit musical organization composed of members and friends of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities and dedicated to the performance of significant choral works for the enjoyment of all. We are committeed to open and welcoming environments for our members and audiences."
"Coro Allegro is Boston's premiere chorus for members and friends of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities. We perform classical choral music with an emphasis on works that look beyond the standard repertoire."
Social group for lipstick lesbians (feminine women who prefer other feminine women). Monthly meetings.
Support group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Catholics.
"DotOUT is a grassroots, political organization representing gay and lesbian voters in Dorchester. We are committed to advancing a legislative agenda that will grant us equal and fair protections under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We are further committed to working with and supporting those Dorchester elected officials and candidates for elected office whose personal conviction, public position and voting record demonstrate a commitment to us, their gay and lesbian neighbors. ..."
"Boston's longest running weekly women's dance party."
Northeast's largest all female motorcycle club.
Gay sports group with weekly practices in the Boston area.
A guide to New England's gay scene, specifically Boston, Provincetown and the South Shore.
The Empowering Spirits Foundation is a civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. Empowering Spirits Foundation members engage in service-oriented activities in communities typically opposed to equal rights.
Intimate portraiture for men, women, and couples.
Social group for feminine bisexual and lesbian women in their 20's and 30's in the Boston area who are attracted to other feminine women.
Running, walking and HIV support.
Civil-rights organization "dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation, HIV status and gender identity and expression."
Support group; has bi-weekly meetings and social events.
Links to local comments and news on the gay-marriage issue.
Crisis line: 1-800-832-1901.
Working to end homophobia in this generation by working with students, educators, and parents at all levels of education.
A gay and lesbian guide to New England area accommodations, clubs, bars, resources, and news.
Country-western two-step, waltz, swing and line dancing for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people & their friends. Lessons before every dance.
"Gender Crash is a queer/transgender spoken word and performance event held 2nd Thursday every month Spontaneous Celebrations at 7:30 p.m."
45 Danforth St.
Organization of gay and lesiban businesses.
Parents and friends of Lesbians and Gays.
"All the information you need when visiting Boston. Check out places to stay, places to eat, places to meet people, local news and information, places to visit, information on how to get around the city, and many more! Also formatted for PDAs."
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"HRC Boston organizes the largest LGBT Gala dinner in New England each year as well as several community events. We love to have volunteers."
Book: An examination of the city's deeply rooted gay and lesbian communities, from the 17th century on.
New England's gay and lesbian news and entertainment weekly.
Regularly scheduled dances at the First Church of Jamaica Plain.
A Boston-area Jewish GLBT activist group.
LAFFAN is a social and networking group created to make alternative inclusive pathways to bring lesbians together in the Boston area.
"Boston-based pop culture blog focusing on the controversial voices who fuel the local news, media, arts, film, politics, music, LGBT and comedy scenes."
"madfemmepride is for femme queer, bi, and questioning women looking for friendship, networking and more. femmes arrange casual friendly group meetups on the online message board (picnics, club outings, crafting mornings, dress up parties, cocktail hours, concerts...). it's always friendly, butch-positive, trans-friendly, and feminist."
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"Lawdy, look at the laws! As a colony, Massachusetts was alone in forbidding clergy from performing marriages. A wedding was a civil contract. The governor can let any adult perform a wedding even today. And then, there's the gay-marriage thing..."
MASALA aims to reach out to and provide a safe and supportive social environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals who identify themselves as South Asian.
"The Mass Bay Bears are a lightweight Bear Club organized to connect the fellas of Eastern Massachusetts with each other. We don't have any dues, don't have any membership rules, don't require any sort of commitment, we just get together for good times!"
Professional association of LGBT lawyers providing a visible LGBT community presence within the Massachusetts legal community.
"The Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition is dedicated to ending discrimination on the basis of gender identity and gender expression. We educate the public, lobby state and local government, encourage political activism, and empower community members through collective action."
The Campaign for Equality is fighting a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriages and prohibit state, city and town agencies from providing domestic-partner benefits.
"This blog is akin to KlanWatch. We are watching the Hate groups in Massachusetts, namely the Massresistance 'blog' and Article8.org. While they are the rightest of the right and mainly a fringe group, their hate speech should not go unnoticed."
"A blog mostly about Good Night Moon and diapers, but with some Queer Theory and Feminist Rantings thrown in. I am a lesbian mama living in Jamaica Plain with my wife and son."
"To provide a safe, structured environment where the GLBTQ community and their friends, regardless of skill level, can enjoy the sport of candlepin bowling." Held at Boston Bowl in Dorchester.
The first annual National Gay Sports Conference is slated for Fall 2002. Get involved, build community, share stories, make a difference, have fun! World renowned and local athletes sharing stories, debating issues, and creating community. High school, college, amateur, Olympic, Gay Games, professional, and others.
Info and resouces for battered lesbians, bisexual, and transgender women
"Culture, social justice, queer issues, disability rights, arts, Boston, and generally quirky stuff. Brought to you by eeka."
A group of people who enjoy shooting and are involved with (or are friendly to people who are involved in "alternative sexuality" including GLBT, Polyamorous, and BDSM.
Directory of gay and lesbian businesses in Massachusetts.
Network of 20+ gay sports teams/organizations in the Boston area.
"Puzzles Lounge is a Bar serving gays and lesbians in New Bedford, MA. We are open 7 days a week from 7pm to 2am Sunday - Tuesday and from 4pm to 2am Wednesday - Saturday."
North Front Street
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QAPA provides a supportive social, political, and educational environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning women and men of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage.
"Queer blogtavism, direct action and campaigns."
"QWOC+ Boston is a socio-political group dedicated to creating a truly diverse social space for LGBTQ women of color in the Greater Boston area. Their quarterly social networking events have proven to be one of the very few occasions that attract LGBTQ community members of all kinds, including age, ethnic background, gender, and sexual orientation."
"QWOC+ Boston is a social networking group dedicated to creating a truly diverse social space for LGBTQ women of color and their friends/supporters in the greater Boston area. Our events are always race, gender and age diverse."
"Boston's Original Leather and Denim Bar."
1254 Boylston St.
"Blog of a gay guy in Boston. If you think it's gonna be a lot of sex stories and pics of shirtless guys, guess again :)"
"Founded in 1993 and based in the greater Boston area, Riverview Chamber Players has performed for hundreds of weddings, concerts, and special events. Riverview welcomes couples of all faiths, denominations, races, and orientations. Music Director Rebecca Strauss offers clients a professional, stress free, and highly personalized experience that is truly unequalled."
Boston's oldest and largest roommate referral network
Nation's oldest GLBT speakers bureau, founded in 1972.
Swing, ballroom and Latin dancing for the GLBT community and friends. Dances held first Saturday of every month between October and June.
Boston bear and leather bar.
14 Pi Alley
"The Friends works to sustain the annual Youth Pride celebration and GSA mini-grant program formerly of the Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth."
Documenting the history of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgenders in Massachusetts.
The Network/La Red provides free, confidential, and bilingual services for lesbians, bisexual women, transgender folks, gender queers, MTF & FTM transsexuals, intersex folks, women involved with other women, and S/M folks who are being abused or have been abused by a partner. Services include: bilingual hotline (617-423-SAFE), support group, emergency shelter, advocacy, referrals, and community education.
"New England creator and presenter of queer theater. The Theater Offensive is best known for their annual Fall OUT ON THE EDGE FESTIVAL, Plays At Work new works program, True Colors Out Your Theater, and A Street Theater Named Desire."
"Voices Rising is a women's chorus, founded upon feminist principles of community, inclusivity, activism and education. We sing together to give voice to our lives, identities and beliefs, and to celebrate the diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and women's communities in and around Boston. Raising our voices in joy and solidarity, we contribute to the growing tradition of the women's choral movement." Rehearsals: Tuesdays 7-10 p.m., Temple Israel, 477 Longwood Ave. at the Riverway.
"A gay blog from a Boston 30-something year old guy on all things life, pop culture, politics, people, places, hot men, and of course music - all with a twisted gay slant!"
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