LGBTQ+ Support Group
Caracole is Greater Cincinnati's nonprofit AIDS Service Organization, devoted to positively changing lives in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Founded in 2018, and active year-round, Cincinnati Black Pride aims to mobilize the Black LGBTQ+ community to promote health, education, and awareness, as well as social and cultural wellness, to the people in the Tristate living at the intersection of Black and LGBTQ+ identity.
The Cincinnati Men’s Chorus is a voluntary, nonprofit community chorus organized to provide the opportunity for individuals identifying as male, whether gay, bisexual, transgender or straight allies, to sing together.
Founded in 1973, Cincinnati Pride is responsible for planning the city's official annual Pride Parade and festival.
A not-for-profit social support organization serving transgender individuals in the Greater Cincinnati area, including partners, families, friends, and other allies. Learn More
Girls Rock Cincinnati, opens a new window is a summer camp for girls and gender variant youth in Greater Cincinnati to learn and grow through music, art, and community-building.
The Gay Chamber of Commerce forges strategic alliances with other professional and business organizations and creates networking opportunities for LGBTQ and allied businesses. Its goals are to strengthen relationships, create networking opportunities, promote Greater Cincinnati, and increases the visibility of the area's LGBTQ community.
Greater Cincinnati GLSEN is the local chapter of a national organization that fights for every student's right to a safe, supportive education. It is a grassroots initiative working in the community to ensure safe schools for all students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Supporting transgender youth and their families in their Living With Change journey.
We envision a community where transgender youth are valued, thriving, and fully integrated as equitable members.
MUSE is an inclusive and feminist choral community advocating for peace and social justice by uniting voices to raise awareness and inspire change in the choir, audiences, and the world through partnerships that honor the humanity and enduring spirit of all people.
One of a handful of lesbian archives in the United States, the Ohio Lesbian Archives is open by appointment to students for research, anyone curious about lesbian culture, and/or anyone wanting lesbian empowerment. We have books, magazines, photographs, albums, CDs, and much more.
PFLAG Cincinnati is a nonprofit organization of volunteers who offer support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex individuals, families, and friends in a safe and caring environment.
A social justice organization committed to changing the face and practice of leadership by recruiting and training talented young leaders, with a passion for social impact, to create meaningful change in our community. Part of AmeriCorps. Learn More
Transgender Advocacy Council was formed to act as an umbrella organization supporting both individuals as well as new and long-existing grassroots transgender support organizations in the Greater Cincinnati area. Support includes policy advocacy, direct services, outreach to encourage culture change, community organizing, and other key strategies.
The Transgender Health Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s provides an accepting atmosphere and services for patients 5-24 years old. Our team of specialists is in a unique position to provide medical and psychosocial support for these children and their families.
Founded in 1991, Women Writing for (a) Change offers supportive writing circles to nurture and celebrate the individual voice. Classes encourage self-expression through the art of writing and other creative processes. The focus is on process rather than product; believing that practicing and sharing writing in a non-competitive community is enriching, and that writing can be a tool for transformation and change.
Founded in 2012, WordPlay gives young people a safe, inclusive and inspiring place to come together, uncover and share personal narratives, and determine how their creativity and voices contribute to a more just and equitable community and grow into lifelong learners so they can break the generational cycles of poverty.