2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations
We are a non-profit social services organization whose membership consists of Aboriginal gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Toronto.
Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line
You are not alone! Confidential, non-judgemental peer support that affirms the experiences and aspirations of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, two-spirited and questioning youth in Ontario. Sunday to Friday, 4:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Serving All of Ontario
Toll-free 1-800-268-9688In the Greater Toronto Area 416-962-9688
The 519 is a meeting place and focus for its vital and varied downtown community. Within a supportive environment it responds to community issues and needs by supplying the resources and opportunities to foster self-determination. It is committed to principles of accessibility, voluntarism, individual dignity and value, participation and celebration.
Calling bisexuals ‘fencesitters’ has been a way of marginalizing us, of placing us outside gay/lesbian and straight cultures by saying that we haven’t made a decision about our sexuality. “The Fence” is all about bisexual women reclaiming this position and speaking from our unique viewpoints that traverse straight and gay/lesbian cultures, but also allow us to have spaces of our own.
Forum for the Empowerment of Women
Forum for the Empowerment of Women (FEW), established in January 2002, is a networking, empowerment and support organisation of and for black lesbians in and around Johannesburg, though we intend to go national in a few years.
Our objectives include the provision of a safe space, social and otherwise, in which black lesbians can be free to express themselves, and interact in healthy, non-threatening ways; development, empowerment and skills education for black lesbians; and political representation of their interests.
Among our core values are the constitutional principles of equality and dignity, and the idea that a better quality of life is possible for all persons, through self-empowerment, and reasonable enjoyment of the rights of self-determination and self-actualisation.
Alliance for South Asian Aids Prevention (ASAAP)
“The Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention is a community-based, non-profit, charitable organization committed to providing health promotion, support, education and advocacy in a non-discriminatory manner for those who identify as South Asian living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
An online resource of events, pictures and community information.