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 Chamberof Commerce and Atlanta Women’s All About Business Networking. Full list.
Community organizations dedicated to LGBT health. Examples include: AID Atlanta, The 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 organizations. Examples include: Atlanta Pride, Charis Circle and Fourth Tuesday. 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.