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Information for Parents: Find information and resources for parents who have gay or lesbian children.
Wake County HIV/STD Community Program: Wake County's HIV/STD Community Program offers a comprehensive continuum of care including prevention education, HIV/STD counseling and testing, and treatment and supportive services for people with HIV/AIDS.
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For general information about Wake County’s HIV/STD program and testing, please call 919-250-3950.
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Community & Support Organizations
To strengthen individual and community development through social and educational activities; to facilitate the incubation of supportive services and groups; and to identify needs and advocate for resources benefiting the diverse population of lesbian, gay, trans-gender and bisexual people, their friends and supporters within and beyond central North Carolina.
LGBT Resource Helpline: Sun-Thu 6:30p-9:30p (919)-747-4123
Hopeline: A 24 Hour Youth Crisis Line (919)-231-4525
Toll Free: 1-877-235-4525
Wake County's HIV/STD Community Program offers a comprehensive continuum of care including prevention education, HIV/STD counseling and testing, and treatment and supportive services for people with HIV/AIDS.
The mission of the AAS-C is to serve people living with HIV/AIDS, their loved ones, caregivers and communities at large, through compassionate and non-judgmental care, prevention, education, and advocacy.
Their mission is to celebrate and honor the diversity of the African American LGBTQ community in the Triangle through events open to all. Whether you're visiting for business or pleasure, you'll sense the fun and lively vibe that makes Raleigh a one-of-a-kind capital and a cultural center—no matter what culture you come from.
M Club is a community building program for young gay and bi men ages approximately 18-29 in the Raleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill area of North Carolina. Its a program of the LGBT Center of Raleigh. They are part of the nation wide network of groups, the Mpowerment Project.
iNSIDEoUT is a youth-founded, youth-led organization that provides leadership opportunities & a safe space for North Carolina's LGBTQISA-queer youth, both in & out of schools. By providing educational-, social-, & activism-oriented programs, iNSIDEoUT strives to form, strengthen, & network Gay-Straight Alliances while connecting & empowering youth, seeking to expand beyond the Triangle. iNSIDEoUT encourages you to become a part of our family & community.
The Pride Committee of North Carolina's mission statement reflects the fact that despite many social, political and economic gains that have been made by individuals and institutions in various LGBT communities throughout North Carolina, much work still needs to be done. At the same time, however, we understand the need to celebrate our victories and accomplishments.
Their mission is:
*to promote unity and visibility among lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgendered people
*to promote a positive image through programs and public activities that foster an awareness of our past struggles
* to be recognized as an important and talented sector of our diverse state.
* to support and encourage HIV/AIDS education, breast cancer awareness and basic health education
The mission of the NC State GLBT Center serves the mission of NC State University by creating, maintaining, and strengthening an inclusive and safe campus environment for people of all sexualities, gender identities, and gender expressions. This is accomplished through awareness and educational programs, individual consultation and referral, student organization advisement, advocacy, ally support and development, and community outreach on and off campus.
The Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans-gender Life provides education, advocacy, support, mentoring, academic engagement, and space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gender, transsexual, questioning, and straight-allied students, staff, and faculty at Duke. The Center for LGBT Life also serves and supports Duke alumni and the greater LGBT community.
Through its services, the Center encourages critical thinking about the intellectual, cultural, and political ramifications of sexual and gender difference at Duke and beyond. They seek to challenge bias and intolerance in order to promote affirmation and support a more hospitable campus climate.
PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and trans-gender persons, their families and friends, through:
Advocacy: to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights
Support: to cope with an adverse society
Education: to enlighten and ill-informed public
Crisis Help Lines/Hot Lines
HopeLine of North Carolina (24 Hour Crisis Line) is a family of confidential services offering caring, non-judgmental listening and resource information in an effort to improve the overall well-being of people in the community.
Crisis Line/ Teen TalkLine
877-235-4525 (toll free)
Project Rainbow Net, is a grassroots effort based on the insight of an advisory council made up of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who have an understanding of domestic violence in LGBT relationships and a desire to end it.
Project Rainbow Net will provide a series of trainings to LGBT community groups and domestic violence service providers across the state in order to improve our state's response to LGBT survivors of domestic violence. Information will be gathered and disseminated to domestic violence programs and LGBT community groups working to address domestic violence in LGBT relationships.
Qnotes is the LGBT arts, entertainment and news publication based in Charlotte, N.C. With a strong and robust presence online at goqnotes.com, and a free print circulation of approximately 10,000 distributed every other week, we are the largest and most trusted source of news, politics, opinion, entertainment, art, lifestyle, community events and more for LGBT North Carolinians and South Carolinians.
Their print edition is distributed in major cities and small-to-medium sized cities and towns in the Carolinas including the greater Charlotte metro area, and in Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Chapel Hill, Hickory and Carrboro.
Their online edition receives tens of thousands of hits each month and offers daily news, arts and entertainment updates and upcoming events.
The Triangle is a monthly LGBTQ publication that lists resources for the Raleigh, Durham & Chapel Hill Area. The print edition is distributed at many different locations throughout the triangle area. It is filled with news articles, arts and entertainment news, local events and programs and local resources. Their publication can also be seen online.
A weekly GLBT community report that is a news resource, brought to you in a weekly e-mail report along with a website, that has current up-to-date information about everything GLBT going on in the Triangle area. The success of this Raleigh GLBT Report community news resource depends on the total community using it, informing others and helping supply information to it … as in the past here at the Report, you are being asked to help them keep others informed. Remember, ALL GLBT VOICES ARE IMPORTANT, DESERVE TO BE HEARD AND DESERVE RESPECT … It has been their goal to help make this possible.
The Annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (NCGLFF) is the second largest gay and lesbian film festival in the Southeast, attracting thousands of patrons yearly. Since its beginning in 1995, the Festival has featured a diverse array of shorts, documentaries and feature films. The Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau named the NCGLFF a Signature Event for Durham, the highest honor bestowed on a cultural event or attraction by the organization.
The NCGLFF celebrates a worldwide glimpse of today's gay and lesbian life, helps bring the community together and features entertaining and sophisticated films and filmmaking.
The Triangle Gay Men's Chorus provides a venue for gay and gay-affirming individuals to develop their interests and display their musical talents in a professional manner. The goals are to strengthen the spirit and open presence of the gay community and to provide to the public-at-large a positive image of this community. Brothers Singing, Declaring Pride, Touching Lives.
Equality NC is a statewide group dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans-gender (LGBT) people. We work toward that goal by effectively lobbying the North Carolina General Assembly, executive branch, and local governments on issues like inclusive anti-bullying policies, employment discrimination, hate violence, privacy rights, sexuality education, adoption, domestic partnership, HIV/AIDS, and more. We also work to engage North Carolinians with educational programming and outreach efforts.
The North Carolina Steering Committee of the Human Rights Campaign is a diverse volunteer group of individuals working each and every day to bring the mission of HRC to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and trans-gender and straight-supportive people in this area.
“Get Real, Get Tested.”is a statewide HIV educational and testing campaign to encourage everyone to get tested for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. The project includes television and radio messages, and a toll-free HIV/AIDS Hotline, 1-888-HIV4REAL (1-888-448-4732).
The project is a collaborative effort involving the North Carolina Communicable Disease Branch, WRAZ/FOX 50 and other industry partners, with the cooperation of community-based organizations and local health departments.
Epidemiology is the branch of public health that works to understand the causes and effects of disease in communities. They look for ways to prevent or control those diseases and their negative effects on people and society. Epidemiologists study the factors and relationships that determine the presence, numbers, trends and distribution of diseases in communities and certain populations. The HIV/STD Prevention & Care Division eliminate morbidity and mortality due to sexually transmitted diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV/AIDS) and assure that an up-to-date continum of care services is available for all HIV-infected individuals residing in North Carolina. They also track newly diagnosed HIV/STD infections and gather state-wide statistics.
National Organizations, Resources & Links
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Your Online Source for Credible Health Information.
Need to Talk?
Call the CDC Hotline
AIDS.gov works to increase HIV testing and care among people most at-risk for, or living with, HIV, by using emerging communication strategies to provide access to Federal HIV information, policies (e.g. the National HIV/AIDS Strategy), programs, and resources.
A very thorough HIV/AIDS resource.
DCtoolkit.org/DCfukit.org is a grass roots community based prevention program developed by men who have sex with men specifically for our community. Our mission is to stop the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in our community by teaching the facts about sexually transmitted infections and by providing free condom/lube kits to the community as tools to help reduce the spread of these infections. DCfukit.org was developed by members of the Washington DC GLBT community and is supported by private donations and The Metro DC GLBT Center. Enjoy your sexuality responsibly: choose condoms and other safer sex practices, or monogamy, or abstinence. Love yourself. Love your partners. Love our community. Stop HIV/AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Infections.
GMHC is the world’s first and leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy. Building on decades of dedication and expertise, we understand the reality of HIV/AIDS and empower a healthy life for all.
GLMA's mission is to ensure equality in health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gender individuals and health care providers.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched a new national domestic campaign for HIV/AIDS called "Act Against AIDS" that aims to contribute to reducing HIV incidence in the United States because every nine and a half minutes, someone in the U.S. is infected with HIV. "Act Against AIDS" is a multi-year, multi-faceted communication campaign that is being planned and released in phases. Each phase, with its own unique objectives and target audiences, will utilize mass media and direct-to-consumer communication channels to deliver important HIV prevention messages in a manner designed to be compelling, credible, and relevant. Some campaign phases will influence knowledge and information-seeking behaviors, while other phases will influence complex prevention and testing behaviors.
Crisis Help Lines/Hot Lines
The Trevor Project is determined to end suicide among LGBTQ youth by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including our nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention lifeline, digital community and advocacy/educational programs that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone.
The It Gets Better Project has turned into a worldwide movement, inspiring over 5000 user-created videos and over 15 million views. To date, the project has received submissions from celebrities, organizations, activists, politicians and media personalities, including President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Adam Lambert, Anne Hathaway, Colin Farrell, Matthew Morrison of "Glee", Joe Jonas, Joel Madden, Ke$ha, Sarah Silverman, Tim Gunn, Ellen DeGeneres, Suze Orman, the staffs of The Gap, Google and Facebook, the Broadway community, and many more. For us, every video changes a life. It doesn’t matter who makes it. The website www.itgetsbetterproject.com is a place where young people who are lesbian, gay, bi, or trans can see how love and happiness can be a reality in their future. It’s a place where our straight allies can visit and support their friends and family members. It’s a place where people can share their stories, take the It Gets Better Project pledge, watch videos of love and support, and seek help through the Trevor Project and GLSEN.
GLBT National Help Center
The GLBT National Help Center is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization that is dedicated to meeting the needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community and those questioning their sexual orientation and gender identity. They offer several different programs including two national hotlines that help members of our community talk about the important issues that they are facing in their lives. We help end the isolation that many people feel, by providing a safe environment on the phone or via the internet to discuss issues that people can’t talk about anywhere else.
GLBT National Hotline: Toll-free (1-888-843-4564)
GLBT National Youth Talk Line: Toll (1-800-246-7743)
Campaigns & Support Organizations
The Human Rights Campaign is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gender (LGBT) equality. By inspiring and engaging all Americans, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBT citizens and realize a nation that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) is a national organization that promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights. PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.
GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, is the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe schools for all students. Established in 1990, GLSEN envisions a world in which every child learns to respect and accept all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. GLSEN seeks to develop school climates where difference is valued for the positive contribution it makes to creating a more vibrant and diverse community.
The Matthew Shepard Foundation was founded by Dennis and Judy Shepard in memory of their 21-year old son, Matthew, who was murdered in an anti-gay hate crime in Wyoming in October 1998.
Created to honor Matthew in a manner that was appropriate to his dreams, beliefs and aspirations, the Foundation seeks to “Replace Hate with Understanding, Compassion & Acceptance” through its varied educational, outreach and advocacy programs and by continuing to tell Matthew’s story.
Their vision is to educate and enlighten others on the importance of diversity, understanding, compassion, acceptance and respect. Everyone must participate in developing solutions to problems that are rooted in ignorance and hatred.
The International Day Against Homophobia, held on May 17 every year, is a rallying event offering an opportunity for people to get together and reach out to one another. Fondation Émergence promotes, mainly on a pan-Canadian level, the International Day Against Homophobia and encourages organizations and individuals to highlight this event in their environment.
AVERT is an international HIV and AIDS charity, based in the UK, working to avert HIV and AIDS worldwide, through education, treatment and care.
Together, we can become a powerful threat against the AIDS epidemic by turning our knowledge of HIV into action - and this action starts with each of us. That's the philosophy behind We Make The Change. We can make changes in our own lives - and in our community - to stop the spread of HIV infection. By coming together, and sharing information, we build the foundation for a stronger neighborhood, a stronger family, and a stronger message: We are more powerful than the disease.
Knowledge > Ignorance
When it comes to HIV/AIDS what we don't know can hurt us...Be Greater Than AIDS, know the facts.
Greater Than AIDS is an unprecedented collaboration among a broad coalition of public and private sector partners united in the response to the AIDS crisis in the United State, in particular the severe and disproportionate epidemic among Black Americans and other heavily affected groups. Through a national media campaign and targeted community outreach, Greater Than AIDS aims to increase knowledge and understanding about HIV/AIDS and confront the stigma surrounding the disease.
The Mpowerment Project is a model HIV prevention program that has been specifically designed to address the needs of young gay and bisexual men. Scientific studies demonstrate that the program reduces the rates of unprotected anal intercourse among this group, and thus lowers the rate of new HIV infection.
Find out more about the Project or read some of the research papers on the Project's effectiveness.
My Ballroom Life is a program of the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC). The Ballroom CARES! program is a partnership between the House and Ball community (HBC) and community organizations, in an effort to provide the foundation for community mobilization and improve the health and well being of everyone in the House and Ball community. GMHC’s Ballroom CARES! program provides leadership trainings, empowerment workshops, and community events and activities, to support community networking, community mobilization, and to promote a healthy community.
For more information about Ballroom CARES, please contact Luna "Legacy" Ortiz at 212-367-1017 or at email@example.com
The Latino Commission on AIDS is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Latino community.
The Give a Damn Campaign is for everybody who cares about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender equality. The Give a Damn Campaign is a project of the True Colors Fund, founded by Cyndi Lauper. The True Colors Fund works to inspire and engage everyone, especially the straight community, to get involved in the advancement of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender equality. As an advocate for more than 25 years, Cyndi has worked to bring her straight peers on board in support of equality. As she says, “If one of us is not equal, none of us are.”
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Social - Men’s Groups
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- The Triangle Newspaper: www.trianglelgbt.com
- Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau: www.visitraleigh.com
- Triangle Local Events: www.trianglelocalevents.com
- Raleigh GLBT Report: www.raleigh-glbt-report.com - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Qnotes Newspaper: goqnotes.com
- NC State University GLBT Center: www.ncsu.edu/student_affairs/glbt
- Duke University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Life: http://www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/lgbt
- UNC LGBTQ Center: lgbtq.unc.edu/
- Artspace Visual Art Center: www.artspacenc.org
- Litmus Gallery & Studios: www.litmusgallery.com
- John Gaitenby: Painter of Landscapes and Figures - www.theshoppegallery.com
- The Raleigh Area Gay Parents Meetup Group: www.gayparents.meetup.com/78
- Crape Myrtle Festival: www.crapemyrtlefest.org
- Glaxo Smith Kline: Jack Modell — E-mail — 919-483-2328
- Dr. Carol Hipps, DDS: 919-844-8833
- Paul E. Coggins, DDS, MPH: 1203 Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27607 - www.paulcogginsdds.com - 919-832-0168 - email@example.com
- North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival: www.carolinatheatre.org/ncglff
- Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus: www.tgmchorus.org
- Triangle Financial Advisors: Lorraine Johnson
- Matthew Unger, Financial Advisor, Ameriprise Financial
3600 Glenwood Ave., Suite 130
Raleigh, NC 27612
- MassMutual Financial Group
- Cameron Financial
Tom Cameron, CLU, CFP, President
1304 Ventnor Pl, Cary 27519
- Ms Thom Nguyen, Financial Advisor
150 Fayetteville St #2000, Raleigh, NC 27601
- Raleigh Hair Concepts — 128 Mine Lake Court Raleigh, NC 27615 — www.raleighhair.com
- ExcelLase Laser Hair Removal — Houshi Haeussler — 919-833-8484 — www.lasernc.com
- ROI Salon — Cameron Village, 817 Oberlin Road, Raleigh — 919-413-2406
- Firebrand Legal Services, 410 N Boylan Ave, Raleigh, NC 27603, 919-886-5294, Michael L. McMullan, Jr., firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lambda Law Students Association, UNC School of Law — studentorgs.law.unc.edu/llsa/default.aspx
- The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Marsocci — www.livingtrustlawfirm.com — 919-844-7993
- Mary Guy Mendini, Attorney at Law — PO Box 15025, Durham NC 27704 —(919) 220-2563
- Daire Roebuck, Roebuck Law, PLLC - 3700 National Drive, Suite 112, Raleigh, NC 27612 - (919) 714-6292 - specializing in estate planning
- Sharon Thompson Law Group - www.stlawgroup.com/ - 400 W. Main St. #502, Durham, NC 27701 - 919-688-9646
- Angela Haas, Haas and Associates - 230 Fayetteville Street, Suite 211, Raleigh, NC. 27601 - 919-783-9669 - specializing in family law
- D. Shay Corbett II, 19 West Hargett Street, Raleigh 27601 - 919-912-9764, fax 919-882-1127. email@example.com www.thecorbettlawfirm.com
- Tiffany A. Lesnik Law Offices - www.lesnik-law.com - firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-906-8988 - Domestic contracts, wills, powers of attorney, domestic violence, juvenile law, and tort litigation.
- Ms Thom Nguyen, email@example.com
- Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina (AASC): www.aas-c.org
- Wake County Human Services HIV and STD Testing Information: www.wakegov.com/humanservices/publichealth/information/hiv/Pages/hivstdprogram.aspx
- Planned Parenthood (Chapel Hill Health Center) - offering testosterone therapy for trans men and trans masculine clients over the age of 18.
- T. Jason Lane, MSN, FNP. Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. Wake Internal Medicine Consultants, Inc., 3100 Blue Ridge Rd., Ste 300 Raleigh 27612. 919-781-7500 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) Raleigh: www.camraleigh.org
- North Carolina Museum of Art: www.ncartmuseum.org
- Christopher Murray, CRMS Corporate Investors Mortgage Group, Inc - 1121 Situs Ct Ste 100, Raleigh, NC 27606 Office (919) 676-1111 www.trianglencmortgage.com
- 313 (Raleigh Downtown): 313raleigh.com
- Flex (Raleigh Downtown): www.flex-club.com
- Legends (Raleigh Downtown): www.legends-club.com
- Club Icon (Cary): iconraleigh.com
- the bar...Durham (Durham Downtown): thebardurham.com
- Stir (Sundays in Chapel Hill): www.myspace.com/stireastend
- Warehouse29 (Greensboro)
- Log Cabin Republicans: www.groups.yahoo.com/group/lcrnorthcarolina
- ACLU of North Carolina: www.acluofnorthcaronlina.org
- Equality North Carolina: www.equalitync.org
- Human Rights Campaign Triangle Chapter: northcarolina.hrc.org
- NARAL Pro Choice N.C.: www.prochoicenc.org
- National Organization of Women (NOW): www.raleighnow.org
- Narrow Path Publishing — Stephanie Silberstein — 919-710-0473 — www.narrowpathpublishing.net
- Allan Feinstein — ReMax/United, Cary — 919-218-2839 — www.triangleregionliving.com
- Tim O'Brien — O'Brien & Associates Realty, Inc., Raleigh — 919-332-1070 — www.yourraleighhome.com
- Karen Huckabay – Keller Williams Realty – 919-862-3295 – www.BuyandSellTriangleHomes.com
- St. John’s Metropolitan Community Church: www.StJohnsMCC.org
- Imani MCC, Durham: www.ImaniMCC.org
- Calvary United Methodist Church, Durham: www.calvarync.org
- Amity United Methodist Church, Chapel Hill: amityumc.org
- Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Raleigh: www.pullen.org
- St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, Durham: www.stphilipsdurham.org
- Umstead Park UCC, Raleigh: www.upucc.org
- Chapel Hill Christian Church: www.chapelhillchristianchurch.org
- St. Mark’s Episcopal Parish, Raleigh: www.stmarks-ral.org
- Binkley Baptist Church, Chapel Hill: www.binkleychurch.org
- United Church of Chapel Hill: www.unitedchurch.org
- Episcopal Church of the Advocate, Chapel Hill: www.ouradvocate.org
- St. Francis of Assisi, Raleigh: www.stfrancisglbt.org
- Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Raleigh: www.htelc.org
- Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Durham: email@example.com
- Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh: www.uufr.org
- Community United Church of Christ: www.communityucc.org
- Unity Church of the Triangle: www.unitytriangle.org
- Judea Reform Synagogue, Durham: www.judeareform.org
- Temple Beth Shalom, Cary: www.carytemple.org
- Temple Beth Or, Raleigh: www.templebethor-raleigh.org
- Rainbow Community Cares: www.rccares.org
- Green Monkey: NC Fairgrounds Flea Market and www.thegreenmonkeyonline.com
- Quail Ridge Books and Music — 3522 Wade Ave., Raleigh: 919-828-1588 www.quailridgebooks.com
- Its a Grind Coffee House — 5001 Falls of Neuse Rd., Raleigh, NC 27609 — 919-239-4612
- Our Place Adult Books & Video- 327 West Hargett St, Raleigh NC - 919-833-8986
- White Rabbit: www.whiterabbitbooks.com
- Crape Myrtle Festival: www.crapemyrtlefest.org
- PFLAG: www.pflagtriangle.org
- Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina (AASC): www.aas-c.org
- Wake County Human Services: www.wakegov.com/humanservices/default.htm
- Hopeline, Inc.: www.hopeline-nc.org
- NC Pride Band: www.ncpmb.org
- Triangle Area Gay Scientists (TAGS): www.tags.zuberfowler.com
- Raleigh Business and Professional Network: www.raleighnetwork.org
- NC Pride Travel Club: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Geeks and Gaymers: www.meetup.com/GeekNC/
- Mclub: www.lgbtcenterofraleigh.com/site/m-club.html
- Holly Springs Gay and Lesbian Group: www.groups.yahoo.com/group/hollyspringsncgl
- GSK Gay and Lesbian Support Group: email@example.com
- IBM: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Raleighwood Squares Squaredancing: www.iagsdc.org/raleighwood
- 6 Colors LGBT Center in Raleigh: email@example.com
- Infinity Diamond Club: www.infinitydiamondclub.com
Social - Women’s Groups
- Silver Roses (Senior Lesbians): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lesbian Reading Group: email@example.com
Social - Men’s Groups
- Men’s Abuse Survival Tools: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gay Men’s Writers Group: email@example.com
- Primetimers: www.meetup.com/rdu-pt
- Single Gay Professionals Raleigh Meetup Group:www.meetup.com/trianglegayprofessionals
- Raleigh Den, Carolina Bear Lodge: groups.yahoo.com/group/RaleighNCBears
- Triangle Area Softball Association
- Triangle Tennis Club: www.triangletennisclub.com
- Kings and Queens Bowling: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Triangle Rainbow Bowling League: Trianglerainbowbowling@gmail.com; http://www.trianglerainbowbowling.com/
- Raleigh-Durham Gay Softball League: www.groups.yahoo.com/group/rdugaysoftballleague/join
- Frisbee: email@example.com
- Softball League: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kodiaks Rugby Team: www.kodiaksrfc.org
- Our Group (LGBT Student Athletes): www.lgbtathletes.org (main site) — Forums — Facebook page
- Durham Gender Alliance Group: www.groups.yahoo.com/group/durhamgenderalliance
- Lundy Charters: www.lundycharters.com
- Triangle Travel Service: Alex Jones — email@example.com
- Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau: www.visitraleigh.com/glbt
- Holly Springs Veterinary Hospital: 1050 N. Main St., Holly Springs, NC 27540 — 919-567-1775 — www.hollyspringsvet.com
- The Trevor Project: Call 866-488-7386 or go to www.thetrevorproject.org
- Hopeline: A 24 Hour Youth Crisis Line 919-231-4525
- Triangle PFLAG: www.pflagtriangle.org
- Hope for Teens - anti-bullying organization located in Wake County - www.hopeforteens.info
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