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|Gay Georgia organizations|
Use the links below to find information on many of Georgia's LGBT organizations. To add your listing, please e-mail [email protected] with your organization's details (including name, website, phone number, mailing address, and the category where it should appear).
You can also find our list of LGBT-friendly businesses here.
Local theaters, art galleries, musical groups and more. Examples include: Actor's Express Theatre Company, OurSong and the Savannah Gay and Lesbian Film Society. Full list.
Georgia groups dedicated to LGBT business professionals. Examples include: Atlanta Executive Network (AEN), Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and Atlanta Women’s All About Business Networking. Full list.
Community organizations dedicated to LGBT health. Examples include: AID Atlanta, Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative and Positive Impact. Full list.
Atlanta has dozens of LGBT bars and nightclubs. Also included are bars in cities like Augusta and Savannah. Examples include: Blake's on the Park, Jungle, My Sisters Room and Woofs. Full list.
Community, social and political organizations outside of Atlanta. Examples include: Augusta Pride, PFLAG Gainesville and the Valdosta State University Gay/Straight Alliance. Full list.
Georgia's LGBT political advocacy groups. Examples include: Atlanta Stonewall Democrats, Georgia Equality and Georgia Log Cabin Republicans. Full list.
LGBT-inclusive churches and congregations across Georgia. Examples include: First MCC of Atlanta, Gentle Spirit Christian Church, Congregation Bet Haverim and Saint Mark United Methodist Church. Full list.
Community service organizations. Examples include: Atlanta Pride, Charis Circle and Fourth Tuesday. Full list.
LGBT and gay-friendly athletic organizations. Examples include Atlanta Front Runners, Hotlanta Softball and Decatur Women's Sports League. Full list.
Groups dedicated to trans-persons. Examples include: Juxtaposed Center for Transformation, Southern Comfort and Transgender Individuals Living Their Truth (T.I.L.T.T.). Full list.
Groups dedicated to LGBT families and youth. Examples include: All My Children Project, MEGA Family Project and YouthPride. Full list.
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