LGBTQ Organization Guide

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The Dupont Circle Club is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a clean, organized, welcoming space for a variety of 12-Step Recovery groups. Just one block north of Dupont Circle, in northwest DC, we are near a wide range of coffee shops, stores, restaurants, galleries, a movie theater, yoga studios and many other attractions and gathering places. There’s always a meeting after the meeting. Currently, we rent our three meeting rooms to over a dozen different fellowships.

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The DC Radical Faeries is a community-based organization of men and women who explore queer spirituality. We promote an understanding of Earth-based religions and interfaith cooperation. We welcome all queer spirits, straight, gay, bi, trans, two-spirited or searching.

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B-WARM is the local organization that works hand-in-hand with (1) the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church and (2) Reconciling Ministries Network ( Reconciling Ministries Network ) who does advocacy within the greater United Methodist Church for toward full participation of GLBT persons within the life of the church.

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A ministry committed to bringing people into a true relationship with God through spiritual transformation

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DC’s Local Bear Community for gay, bisexual, and trans men.

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DC Front Runners is a running, walking and social club for gay people and friends in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Membership is open to all people regardless of race, pace, age, gender, sexual orientation, or athletic ability. Visitors to the DC area are always welcome to join our runs or walks.

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GU Pride is Georgetown University’s group for LGBTQIA students. We provide academic, political, and social programming for the whole Georgetown community. Throughout the year, GU Pride holds three themed weeks: Coming Out Week, known for the hundreds of free t-shirts we distribute saying “I Am” to bring visibility to LGBTQIA and allied students; Gender Liberation Week, in which we take a more theoretical approach to gender and sexuality; and Pride Week, which encompasses celebrations like a barb

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Capturing Fire is an international spoken word and poetry festival where queer-identified writers gather for a poetry slam* after 3 days of panels, workshops and performances.

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A social club for bears/cubs/admirers that creates and particpates in activites of companionship and fun within the bear community. Also being involved in a significant role in the gay community and acceptance from everybody in the National Capital Area.

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Programs and services for lesbian, bi, and trans women at the DC Center

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