Gay District is a community-based organization focused on building understanding of gay culture and personal identity, awareness of community events and civil rights for gay, bi, trans, queer and questioning (GBTQQ) men between the ages of 18 to 35 in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
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.
Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity, Incorporated (DPhiU) is an international service organization founded on the campus of Florida State University in 1985. It is the oldest Greek-lettered organization established by gay men of color. Its membership now includes gay, bisexual and progressive men who exemplify its motto of ?Service Without Expectation?, through academic excellence, certified leadership skills, and being consistently involved in creating change in the global community through the pro
The Dulles Triangles is a well rounded social club for area gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendered and their family and friends whose purpose is to offer an alternative outlet for social activities, to promote both physical and mental well being and to participate in gay community activities and services. (..oh, and have fun!)
The BI Men Network is a free worldwide social & support organization for bi men, bi-curious males, gay men, and bi couples. Local discussion forums are available. We provide resources, information, events, and personals for our membership. Today bisexuals are estimated to represent 10-20% of the adult population. Our motto is:
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.
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.