Princeton University Links
Services: Information about LGBT
resources on campus as well as the events calendar. During the academic
year, Debbie Bazarsky, the current LGBT Student Services Coordinator,
brings a rich and diverse score of talks, socials, discussion groups,
and guest speakers to PU.
The queer undergraduate organization on
The website of the queer Princeton alumni group will inform visitors of
the current activities and upcoming social events organized by the alumni.
This is a great way to connect with the alumni as well as joining them
after leaving Princeton.
Graduate Student Government:
The GSG plays an essential role in communicating graduate student needs
and concerns to the university administration. They have funded many QGC events in the past.
Princeton Area PFLAG:
This is the local chapter of PFLAG, or Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. The name is historical; the organization also has a sub-group to serve families and friends of trans* or gender-variant individuals. PFLAG serves as a both a support and advocacy group, providing information to relatives of LGBTQ individuals while educating communities and advocating for equality.
The Pride Center: The Pride Center is a community center located in Highland Park that serves the local LGBTQI community. You can find links to the
queer dance clubs and local hang-outs as well as useful resources on this
NJ GayLesBiTrans Life:
This is a website where you can find local queer listings, infromation
about local queer businesses and events.
Garden State Equality:
New Jersey's largest civil rights organization, which fights to enact LGBT-equality civil rights legislation whether at state, county, or municipal levels. You may remember them featuring in the Academy Award-winning film Freeheld in 2007.
Jersey Pride: The organizers
of the annual NJ Pride Parade in Asbury Park.
New York Links
The LGBT Community Center:
Located in Greenwich Village at 208 West 13th Street, the center itself
provides health-related, civic, and cultural programs and social events.
It is a very good source of infromation and a good place to connect with
the queer NYC community.
Gay and Lesbian Film Festival: The annual film festival is one
of the largest queer film events in the country. Usually the festival
takes place in the first two weeks of June.
NYC Pride: The organizers
of the annual Pride Week events in NYC. NYC Pride Week is usually the
last week of June and the Pride March usually take place the Sunday of
that week. NYC Pride Week is packed with action, drawing huge crowds from
all over the US.
The Audre Lorde Project: A community organizing center geared towards LGBTQA people of color communities, the ALP organizes many activist events, especially in the NYC area. If social and economic justice is a concern of yours, please be sure to check them out.
TransJustice: A political group created by and for trans/gender non-confirming people of color, TransJustice seeks to mobilize local communities and allies on political issues ranging from access to jobs, housing and education, accessibility to trans-sensitive healthcare and HIV-related services, and resisting violence.
FIERCE: An NYC organization that aims to build leadership and power of LGBTQ youth of color through youth-led campaigns, leadership development programs, as well as arts and media.
MIX: New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental
Film/Video Festival: The annual festival is a chance to see more
radical and underground works with a stronger emphasis on video than other
festivals. Watch out for great short film/videos!
NYC Metro area Trans*/GNC community resource guide: This 28-page guide, compiled by the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, indicates organizations and social/supportive services in the NYC/metro area that either have experience working with the trans* and gender non-confirming community, or offer unique services for some trans*/GNC community members.
NY Subway Map
Equality Forum: Formerly
known as PrideFest America, Equality Forum is the pride week of Philadelphia.
The week is packed with events ranging from parties and socials to workshops
and talks. There is emphasis on international LGBT events and communities
and each year a country is highlighted.
QFest: The Philly QFest is always well attended,
always sold-out, and always happening! Be sure to catch the hottest new
documentaries and world premiers of full length features every year in
Mazzoni Center: The Mazzoni Center is the only health care provider in the Philadelphia region that specifically targets the unique health care needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.
Trans-Health Conference: Organized by the Mazzoni Center, PTHC offers an inclusive and accessible space for trans* people, allies, families, and providers to discuss their needs. Though originally targeted around healthcare and providers, the conference has since diversified, with the 2014 event featuring programs around activism, legal advice, ally training, and much more. Princeton typically sends a contingent to thisevery year.