Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Gay Georgia

Georgia, the Peach State. Justice, wisdom, and moderation are your motto's. Noble things to aspire to. Today is your day.

PFLAG has chapters in Albany, Atlanta, Macon, Marietta, and Valdosta. PFLAG groups usually have good resources for most any need. So if you have a question or need help contact them. Some of these are only listings so you may have to do direct contact.

Georgia Equality is and advocacy group.

The Rainbow Center is a community center serving the LGBT community. They have many resources online. Check them out.

Gay Fathers of Atlanta is a support group dedicated to helping gay men who are married or going through divorce.

Stand Out Youth, Savannah is a group dedicated to youth ages 14 to 23. Education and support resources seem to be their focus.

South Georgia Pride is a social group dedicated to education and support.

Atlanta Pride offers social events to educate and support the LGBT community and raise awareness.

Atlanta Gender Explorations is a support group for anyone questioning gender.

The University of Georgia has three resources. The first is their LGBT Resource center. It offers education, support, and advocacy resources. The second is Lambda Alliance. It seems to be support and advocacy oriented. The final source is GLOBES. It is a group comprised of faculty and staff of the University to foster positive change and environments for our community.

Georgia Southern University has a Gay-Straight Alliance. Education, support, and advocacy with some social events thrown in are their mission.

Oglethorpe University has Oz. Education, support, and advocacy are their mission.

Emory University has their Department of LGBT Life. There is little directly online but they seem very Trans friendly.

Kennesaw State University has Pride Alliance. Little directly online but they do offer support and advocacy.

The Savannah College of Art & Design has Queers and Allies. It is support and social oriented.

Georgia Tech has Pride Alliance.  Simple and easy to navigate. They offer education, support, and advocacy resources.

Georgia College has Pride Alliance. It is little more than a listing. Support, education, and advocacy are their mission goals.

The University of West Georgia has Lambda. Education, support, advocacy, and social events are their offerings. They even have a video to direct you through the site. Simple and helpful.

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