Led by the tireless efforts of the Tennessee Equality Project, advocates and activists from around the state let their voices be heard that discrimination against any of our members is not acceptable. The collective power of so many voices for equality helped stop...
OUTLoud Comedy is back at OUTMemphis, and they are starting off 2017 with an all-star lineup! Jenn Snyder is coming all the way from Columbia, South Carolina, stopping in Memphis on her national tour. She will be joined by local Comedy legend Katrina...
The softball season is about to start! That means Bluff City Sports Association (BCSA) is gearing up to make sure players and teams are ready to go. Players of all skill and experience levels are welcome. And just to prove it BCSA is holding a softball Skills...
OUTMemphis is proud to be one of the 2017 Mojo of Midtown award Honorees. The Mojo of Midtown Awards is put on by the Midtown Memphis Development Corporation. The other 2017 Honorees are Central Gardens Neighborhood Association, Jim and Nancy Pettit, The Late...
OUTMemphis will be marching in this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cooper Young and we want you with us on Friday, 3/17! This will be the 2nd annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cooper Young. The parade will start on Cooper St at York and...
The softball season is about to start! That means Bluff City Sports Association (BCSA) is gearing up to make sure players and teams are ready to go. Players of all skill and experience levels are welcome. And just to prove it BCSA is holding a Clinic Skills Day to...
We are excited to announce a new addition to the OUTMemphis Staff Team: Jessie Claudio! Jessie is the new Men’s Sexual Health Specialist, but he isn’t new to OUTMemphis. A familiar face, Jessie has volunteered with the center and the Sexual Health...
Join us at OUTMemphis on Tuesday, March 14th at 6:30p. We’re focusing on one of the least talked about reasons for heartache in the LGBTQ community: Unhealthy Relationships. OUTMemphis Sexual Health staff and relationship experts from the Family Safety Center...
Every Wednesday night at OUTMemphis from 6:00 – 9:00 pm HIV testers and counselors are on hand to give free, rapid HIV tests. Each test takes 20 minutes, consists of a painless oral swab (no blood!), and comes with a short HIV prevention counseling session. Trained professionals are also on hand to answer related sexual health questions.
For more information, please contact our HIV Services Manager at 901-278-6422 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A support group for people who are affected by addiction (friends, family, and support people).
B&B, or Bold and Beautiful, is a group of Trans Women of Color who come together weekly for fellowship, dining together, and many other social events.
B&B meets on Thursdays from 7:30p-9:30p and will start meeting this Thursday, 3/3 at OUTMemphis.
Want more information? Email Kayla Gore, Transgender Services Specialist at OUTMemphis.
For more info: https://www.rhodes.edu/event/baldwin-now-symposium-keynote-lecture
Just For ToGay is a closed meeting of Narcotics Anonymous. It is for people drug addicts seeking recovery or think they may have a drug problem. We formed this meeting with outreach to the LGBTQ comuuniity in mind. We meet every Thursday at 7pm at Immaculate Conception, 1695 Central Avenue. (Entrance in the rear, through the carport in the small building.)
Join Opera Memphis and our event partners, as we engage and connect with many facets of the Memphis LGBTQA community and HIV/AIDS partners all around a production about family, loss, illness, acceptance, and forgiveness.
Three Decembers tells the story of a famous stage actress – Madeline Mitchell – and her two adult children: Beatrice and Charlie. Both children resent their mother’s long absences on the road and her lack of concern for the tragedies in their lives. Charlie believes his mother is distant because he is gay, even as his partner Burt, is dying of AIDS.
Meanwhile, Beatrice, trapped in an unhappy marriage, feels Madeline resents her enduring affection for their deceased father. As the story unfolds over the decades, long-simmering resentments surface, accusations are hurled and family secrets revealed, leading ultimately to a hard-won peace and forgiveness for both the living and the dead.
Before and after the preview performance of Three Decembers, we’ll host an organization fair, highlighting some of the Memphis groups working in the areas of HIV/AIDS and LGBTQA issues. Following the performance, guests are invited to join us in the Festival Lounge for cocktails and a chance to meet and mingle with fellow opera-goers.
Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling the Opera Memphis Box Office at 901.257.3100 or at the door the day of show.
Proceeds from this performance will be donated to benefit local LGBTQA and HIV/AIDS organizations.
For more info: http://www.operamemphis.org/out
MAGY strives to be a place of belonging and connection for youth ages 13-20 looking for a welcoming and safe environment where they can be themselves as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight. We believe this sense of place and diversity empowers youth to know they are valued.
MAGY advisors are committed to being positive roles models who offer consistent leadership mentorship, structure, education, and resources. This commitment is designed to offer MAGY youth and their peers the life skills that create a roadmap to individual success.