Monday, November 15, 2010

Gay South Carolina

From the mountains to the low country South Carolina has many natural wonders to occupy you. City life to rural it's a well balanced state. So today is for you.

The Alliance For Full Acceptance (AFFA) advocates for LGBT equality in the state.

The Citadel Gay and Lesbian Alliance (CitidelGALA) offers support and advocacy for Citadel community. It is a gay-straight alliance.

South Carolina Equality advocates for LGBT equality.

The South Carolina Gay & Lesbian Business Guild serves to foster gay business and their allies.

We Are Family is based in Charleston. It supports the LGBTQ youth between the ages of 16 and 23.

The Charleston Area Transgender Support is more a link than a site. Since I find so few Transgender sources I am listing this. If someone could provide more info on them please let me know.

The College of Charleston Gay-Straight Alliance offers education and support.!/group.php?gid=18625392935&v=wall

The Medical University of South Carolina Gay-Straight Alliance offers education, support, social events, and some advocacy.

Charleston Pride seeks to educate and offer social events for the LGBT community. They also fund scholarships to teens.

The Clemson Gay-Straight Alliance offers education and support. Not a lot of online material but check them out.

PFLAG has a chapter in the Anderson/Clemson area. Like most PFLAG sites they offer a variety of resources.

The Harriet Hancock Community Center is in Columbia. It serves the LGBT community by offering education, support, social events, and some advocacy.

South Carolina Pride offers education, support, and advocacy.

PFLAG has a chapter in Greenville. A variety of resources are available.

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