Alpha Psi Kappa is an Non-Profit, Non-Collegiate, Social, and Service Organization for Dominant WoMen. Recruitment for the Fraternity is an ongoing process and we strive to maintain a roster of WoMen that have high ideals and moral standards. The least of our requirements are that you pride yourself on having strong leadership ability, are at least 18 years old, and have a high school diploma, GED, or are enrolled in an institution of higher learning.
DCBiWomen is a social and support group for bisexual and bi-curious women in the DC metro area including northern VA and MD. Our goal is to create an accepting, encouraging environment for bisexual women regardless of the gender of their partner or what they are looking for, meet other cool bi women, and affirm the existence of the bi-identity. All women are welcome, regardless of relationship status or orientation.
Book Men DC is an informal group of men who are interested in gay literature (both fiction and non-fiction). Most of the men live in or near Washington DC, but a few members bring a breath of fresh air to our meetings from outside the Beltway, and visitors to DC are always welcome to drop in and join the discussion.
The Atlantic States Gay Rodeo Association (ASGRA) is a charitable and social organizatino whose primary purpose is to promote the sport of rodeo and foster country and western lifestyles in the gay and lesbian community. ASGRA members enjoy the fellowship of numerous social, recreational and educational activities. The organization’s primary event is the Mid-Atlantic rodeo and the organization raises money throughout the year to support community organizations
We began as the DC Area Feminist Chorus, were known as Bread and Roses Feminist Singers from 1983 to the fall of 2009, and became Fortissima in October 2009. We have the same committment to music and social justice regardless of the name. We are open to all sopranos and altos, regardless of gender, and without audition.
The mission of the Imperial Court of Washington, D.C. is to raise funds for organizations, including but not limited to those supporting just the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community: HIV/AIDS services organizations, social service organizations and youth enrichment programs. We seek to provide a safe, social environment for people with the same interest as those of the membership and to create and promote positive community awareness of the ideals of the International Court System.
Women in Their 20s is a a social discussion group for lesbian, bisexual, transgendered & other interested women in Washington, D.C. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month. All are welcome to join us. WiTT is a great way to make new friends and meet other queer women in a fun and friendly setting.
The mission of the National Friendship Movement is to provide a national platform for professional and retired African-American lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons to network both professionally and socially.