JQ Youth
Social group made up of from/formerly from LGBT Jews, age 17-30. Monthly meetings and regular informal get togethers. Also offers anonymous online discussion group.
African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change (AALUSC) group.php?gid=53221651752
African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change (AALUSC) provides a community space for Lesbians of the African Diaspora, regardless of Language, Class or Culture. Come and experience discussions, workshops and cultural events for Black Lesbians by Black Lesbians. Thu 6-8pm.
Bi Women of All Colors
Sheela 917.583.1797 or Donna 212.479.7886
Discussion/social group for bisexual, bi-curious, and transgender-bi-women. Welcomes bi-friendly women who identify as lesbian, same-gender-loving (SGL), questioning or straight from all cultures and diversities. Discussion groups, dinners and brunches while providing safe spaces for women to exchange, share, eat, chat and make new friends.  For more info call or check website for event dates
c/o The Center 208 W. 13th St., NYC 10011
T. 917-885-0127
Social peer-support network for LGBT firefighters, officers, EMS workers. Meets 2nd Tuesdays, 7 pm, at the Center,* followed by social at Ty’s on Christopher Street.
Gay Asian & Pacific Islander Men of NY (GAPIMNY)
T. 212.802.7423
Safe space for gay, bisexual and questioning men and transgender people of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage. GAPIMNY seeks to empower GBT A/PI's through social, educational, cultural, and political activities. General Meeting 3rd Fri 8-10pm. Steering Committee 1st Monday, 8-10:00pm.
Gay & Lesbian Dominican Empowerment
Organization (GALDE)
c/o Francisco Lazala, 236 E. Gun Hill Road #55, Bronx,
NY 10467
T. 917-234-5559
F. 718-324-9823
Founded 2001 to increase political visibility of Dominican LGBT community, provide HIV/ health awareness, educational/ cultural activities. Fights homophobia through educational/ social activities.
Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD)
44 Court St., Suite 1000, Brooklyn, NY 11201
T. 718-222-6300
Education, social support, advocacy, health, wellness promotion, support, discussion groups, drop in center, HIV prevention, outreach. Capacity-building assistance.
Gay Men of the Bronx (GMOB)
841 Barretto St., Bronx, NY 10474
T. 718-542-0267
Committed to creating a supportive community.
Gay Officers Action league (GOAL)
P.O. Box 1774, Old Chelsea Station, NYC 10113
T. 212-691-4625
Fraternal organization for professionals now/ formerly in law enforcement/ criminal justice. Members include (but are not limited to) police, courts, corrections, probation, federal law enforcement officers, DA’s, judges. Supporters/ associate members (FOG). Advocates for members, social justice, empowering community.
I’m From Driftwood
A website aimed at helping LGBT teens feel not so alone by compiling true stories by gay people from all over the world.
Iranian Queer Railroad
Working to create a simple structure, focus on supporting Iranian queers to be safe on their journey, arrive in a new country to live and be free.
Irish Queers
T. 212-289-1101
Irish/Irish American LGBT activists working in progressive Irish community and connecting with radical movements in Ireland best known for fighting religious right’s stranglehold on NYC’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Las Buenas Amigas Lesbianas Latinas en Nueva York
T. 718.596.0342 x44
Formed in 1986 as group of US-born Latinas, immigrants from Latin America, working-class women, mothers, students, professionals, artists and activists devoted to creating visible presence in society and safe space to address, discuss, inform, action, empower ourselves. 1st Sun 3-5pm..
Latino Gay Men of New York
c/o ALP 85 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn, NY 11217
T. 718-596-0342 ext.36, 212-367-1092,
Consciousness-raising, education, support, cultural/ social/community development. Newsletter. Meets 1st Fridays at the Center.
570 Seventh Ave. 9th Floor, NY, NY 10018
T. 212-651-4236
Programming, scholarships and resources for LGBT youth.
Mateando NYC
T. 718-766-7500
Social, cultural and human rights group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Argentineans and Uruguayans living in New York State and their friends. Monthly open meeting: 2nd Sunday from 2-5PM.  No meetings in June, July and August.
P.O. Box 82069, Columbus, OH 43202
T. 614-267-0193
National support network for lesbian mothers.

New York Femmes
T. 212-388-2736
Femme support group of butch/femme society, primarily for self-identified femme lesbians attracted to butch women.

New York Area Bisexual Network
T. 212-459-4784

Northeast Two-Spirit Society
c/o American Indian Community House, 11 Broadway,
NYC 10004
T. 646-351-7360 (Harlan Pruden)
Info about and for LGBT and two spirit American Indians of NYC and tri-state area.
Other Countries: Black Gay Expression.
Peer-facilitated writing workshop for black gay men to present their writing (fiction, non-fiction, drama, etc.) and receive and provide critiques. Those interested in presenting are encouraged to confirm the week prior but walk-ins are accepted. 2nd/4th Sat. 6pm-9pm.
Dedicated to strengthening voices of lesbian/bisexual/ queer women/transgender/gender-variant people of Asian descent. Builds supportive, progressive community by promoting visibility/empowerment through social/ political/educational organizing.
Sistahs in Search of Truth, Alliance and Harmony (SiSTAH)
T. 212.479.7886, 917.623.7889
Support organization that addresses the needs of bisexual, lesbian, transgender and same-sex loving women of colour with a special focus on health, wellness, social and educational issues. SiSTAH's nurturing space affirms, rejoices and sanctions women of color in all of our diverse communities. 3rd Fri 6-8pm.
Sisters of Caribbean Ancestry (SOCA)
T. 646-578-9004
Outreach social/cultural/networking for LGBT, transsexual, two spirit, women-loving women of Caribbean ancestry, partners, families, friends.
Sophisticated/Aggressive Gents
T. 212-479-7886 (Donna) 646-330-8641 (Paris)
Social/support group for women who identify as butch, bois, AG’s, studs, daddis, gents. Meets 3rd Tuesdays, 6-8 pm.
South Asian Lesbian & Gay Association (SALGA) Support Group
208 W.13th Street, NY, NY 10011.
T. 212.358.5132
SALGA is a social and political organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people who trace their descent from South Asia. Support Group meets 2nd Sat 4-6pm. Mailing address: SALGA c/o The LGBT Community Center.
Social group for LGBT New Yorkers in and around their twenties (ages 18-33). Semi-monthly meetings to socialize and discuss important LGBT topics. $5. Meets every 1st Tuesday, 8pm


VegOut NYC
Monthly potlucks for LGBT vegetarians/vegans/friends. Meets 3rd Sundays, 5–7 pm, at the Center.* Bring vegan dish (no meat/poultry/fish/eggs/dairy/honey). Monthly VegOutings at vegetarian/veg-friendly restaurants.
Young Gay Veterans Group
VA NY Harbor Healthcare System 423 E. 23rd St., NYC, 10010
T. 212-686-7500 ext.3754 (Anthony J. Selvitella)
Weekly support group for young gay veterans (under 50) who wish to share their experiences and offer support to one another.