LGBT

3rd Annual DotOUT Harvest Mixer at Harp & Bard | Nov. 18

Tired of the same old Sunday grind and not ready to go Holiday shopping?

Join DotOUT for their third annual Fall event for local charity.

You'll be giving more than just thanks by stepping in to this event for some drinks, complimentary finger food, the Pats game, an arm wrestling tournie and conversation with old and new friends.  Our charity this year will be the Living Center in memory of Chelsea Gable, to many in DotOUT a friend and confidante . A cornucopia of door prizes including gift cards/certificates awaits you.  Be brawny with our arm wrestling contest for the biggest prizes or just catch the tail end of the Patriots Game. 

Harp & Bard Restaurant/Bar Sunday November 18th, 3-7p 

1099 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester, Massachusetts 02125 >> Read More

Boston’s Transgender Day of Remembrance | Nov. 18

Boston’s Transgender Day of Remembrance

4p at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, 138 Tremont Street, Boston near Park St and Downtown Crossing subway lines.

Community Speak-Out, Candlelight Vigil, Hosted Reception. >> Read More

Community Dialogue at Fenway Health: "Celebrating Diverse Trans Masculine Sexualities" | Nov. 13

Living Well Presents: Celebrating Diverse Trans Masculine Sexualities

Fenway Health, 9th floor conference center, 1340 Boylston Street, Boston            

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 6 to 8 p.m.    

A Community Dialogue for Gay/ Bisexual/ Queer Transgender Men and Trans Men Who Have Sex With Men (TMSM). Includes dinner, resource fair, panel and discussion.

For more info click here.

Beyond the Stage Benefit for True Colors | Nov. 15

BEYOND THE STAGE BENEFIT
Supporting At-Risk LGBT Youth & Allies

 
MEET THE YOUTH. HEAR THEIR STORIES. IMPACT THEIR LIVES.
 
"BEYOND THE STAGE will recognize and honor the remarkable courage and strength of our youth; focus on this incredible and life-changing program; and show how your kindness impacts the lives of our youth. We invite you to meet True Colors members and hear their voices."

 
Thursday, November 15th, 6-8 pm
The Lenox Hotel (61 Exeter St, Back Bay)

 
More info: http://www.thetheateroffensive.org/2011/05/26/tamera-jackson/

The Theater Offensive Benefit for KOURAJ | Dec. 5

The Theater Offensive presents an event featuring performance, dance, song, and poetry primarily by Haitian artists. Complimentary Haitian cuisine will be served.

Where: Hibernian Hall- 182 Dudley St, Roxbury Crossing

PERFORMANCES BY ARTISTS INCLUDING: >> Read More

Boston FLAG Flag Football Tea Dance at dbar | Nov. 4

dbar and the Boston FLAG Flag Football league are teaming up on November 4th to bring you a Tea Dance to remember! 

Come on out and enjoy the fun! Meet new people, enjoy a signature cocktail, bid on some awesome auction items and enjoy music by DJ Jay Ine. 

$10 suggested donation at the door. We hope to see you there! Happy Fall!

 

To RSVP or for more info:  http://www.facebook.com/events/125275327622573/

Strength & Soul: A Celebration of Survivors | Oct.16

STRENGTH & SOUL: A CELEBRATION OF LGBQ/T SURVIVORS OF COLOR

In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, join TOD@S for a night of poetry, performance, and food. Tuesday Oct. 16th 6-8pm at the First Church in Roxbury (10 Putman Ave, Roxbury).

More info: http://hbgc-boston.org/events/strength-soul-celebration-survivors

National Coming Out Day Celebration | Oct. 11

Celebrate National Coming Out Day with Fenway Health's Young Leaders Council this Thursday, October 11th beginning at 7pm. A panel of speakers from all over the LGBT spectrum will share their stories of coming out, followed by a catered reception and tours of the Ansin Building.

You can RSVP and invite friends via Facebook.

Date: Thursday, October 11, 2012
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Address:
1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215
 

Spirit Day | Oct. 19

From http://www.glaad.org/spiritday:

What is Spirit Day? 

An annual day in October when millions of Americans wear purple to speak out against bullying and to show their support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth.

Who participates? 

Students, schools, organizations, corporations, media professionals, celebrities, parents and many more. Everyone from Oprah to the cast of Jersey Shore went purple last year. Even the White House joined the cause!

 

 

Kaleidoscope | Oct. 23

Tues., Oct. 23, 7:30-9 pm
Gender Discussion Group by and for People of Color, sponsored by Kaleidoscope and MTPC >> Read More

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