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We hold meetings once to twice a month at various locations in the Bronx.
For more information contact Luz or Esther at 347-328-7470 or 347-328-7473.
GLAAD’s first report on primetime scripted programming on Spanish-language televison intends to inform regional conversations about inclusive LGBTQ representation, and also informs GLAAD’s own advocacy within the television industry.
GLAAD will use this report as a baseline to measure any progress made to the stories and images being presented by Spanish-language television networks, and to encourage networks to include representation that is inclusive of complex characters that are LGBTQ, racially and ethnically diverse and have visible and invisible disabilities.
Founded in 1989, Center Families programs include support groups for LGBT parents and prospective parents; trainings for teachers and school administrators; advocacy and activist efforts; support around alternative insemination and other biological parenthood options; forums on custody issues when LGBT parents separate; financial planning for alternative families; and recreational programs for children 8 and under (Halloween Parties, Holiday Parties, Play Days, etc.).
Center Kids offers the following groups: Wannabe Dads/Wannabe Moms, Parenting Partnerships (Co-ed group for couples and singles interested in the possibilities of creative family structures and who seek the presence and involvement of a father [for lesbians] or a mother [for gay men] in the lives of their children), Planning Biological Parenthood Group for Men (), Planning Biological Parenthood Group for Women, TLC for Women TTC (women who have been trying to conceive through alternative insemination for 6 months or longer), Transgender/Genderqueer Parenting Group, and Center Kids Family Play Days (play activities for 3-to-5-yearolds and 6-to-8-year-olds, and a chat room for parents)• Family Circle, Inc.
The group is an intentional multicultural space, but all queer and transgender people are welcome.
We intend to foster and be an advocate for the rights of LGBT families everywhere, but we don’t stop there.Supports LGBTQ individuals and LGBTQ headed families through a variety of services including counseling, workshops, parent coaching, social events, and more.Their knowledgeable, licensed counselors offer culturally sensitive, bi-lingual, LGBTQ-affirming care in accepting, nonjudgmental environment..Our goal is to build strong children by enhancing their self-esteem, sparking ambition for achievement, encouraging excellence, promoting life-long learning and by broadening their knowledge of the world around them. Email: , We are gay parents, gay couples and also open to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, teens, adults and their friends parents, family members. Albuquerque's Common Bond New Mexico Foundation's mission is to build and strengthen the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in New Mexico.We have social time, outing, events and guest speakers. Common Bond offers U21 to youth under 21, the Emergency Project, this web site, our information phone line (505-891-3647), the Center Without Walls, the monthly newsletter Community Voice, and Drops of Rain to you and anyone within our communities and their allies.
Front Range Gay Fathers (FRGF) is a family-oriented organization that understands the challenges of and welcomes two father couples/single gay fathers and their children wanting to build friendships, socialize, support, grow and promote our well-being with other like-minded families in a fun-focused and comfortable environment.