OUTMemphis is teaming up with The First Family of Memphis to get people talking about porn, ethics, and sexpectations. Special guests Bobby Blake and Bam Bam will be on hand to talk about their experiences in the industry and help kick off what will undoubtedly be a...
The We Care Call program is looking for volunteers! The We Care Call program is an OUTMemphis project created by the Senior Services committee. The program is free to all Senior clients. The program is operated by volunteers who are available to make weekly phone...
Need an HIV test but can’t get to the center? You’re in luck! OUTMemphis is partnering with Spectrum to provide free HIV testing on Friday, February 24th from 11:00p to 2:00a. For more information contact Martavius Hampton, Sexual Health Program Manager at...
The Spring schedule for Meristem Book Club is now posted! Meristem Book Club explores written works by women and LGBT authors, and to foster a community of support with like-minded women. Membership is open to women (LBT and straight-identified) in the...
Interested in playing soft ball with us? The season is going to start soon so now is the time to get more information and sign up. Click here and register with Bluff City Sports Association!...
OUTMemphis will be marching in this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cooper Young and we want you with us! This will be the 2nd annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cooper Young. The parade will start on Cooper St at York and proceed to the...
This summer the Metamorphosis Project will roll out some new services for young adults experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity. To make this happen we are looking for local landlords who want to partner with us on this new program. If you are a landlord who:...
Looking for love in the LGBTQ community? Mark your calendars and pick your outfits, because it is almost time for LGBTQ Speed Dating! Join us for this Valentine’s Day event for LGBTQ+ singles. OUTMemphis Youth Services, Sexual Health Services, and Transgender...
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.
Weekly social and supportive group for masculine transgender individuals.
For more information, email Kayla Gore, Transgender Services Specialist at OUTMemphis.
OUTMemphis’s social group for 18-25 year olds. Looking for something to do on Friday nights that isn’t a bar or club? Come hang out, bring your friends (and your appetite), and meet new people in your community. Free food and adventure! 🙂
Look us up on Facebook for more details: https://www.facebook.com/genqoutmemphis/ or contact Stephanie Reyes, Youth Services Manager at OUTMemphis.
OUTMemphis staff will be on hand providing free, 20 min HIV tests.
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.)
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.
Seriously Sober AA – an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous with special outreach to the LGBTQI community. Every Friday at 8pm at Holy Trinity Church, 685 S Highland.
Cum one, cum all. No matter what you do just CUM! The Blue Suede Sisters, in our quest to Spread Joy and Banish Stigmatic Guilt, are inviting you to “Go F&@% Yourself”!
This event is all about loving yourself, in whatever form that takes. Information about masturbation and healthy techniques? Yes! Guided meditation and yoga? Hell yeah! Information on mental health and treatment? Oh yeah! Sex toys and fetish gear for sale? You bet your ass! Education on reproductive health and safe sex? Naturally!! And much much more!
Event starts at 7pm in the dance hall of Spectrum and goes until 9pm. Must be 18+ to attend. This event is free to attend, but the Sisters will be accepting donations to our General Operating Fund to allow us to throw more joyful events like this. Entry to this event also includes free admission to Spectrum that evening, so come and learn about loving yourself and then dance the night away!
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1846066715604739/
Hello Out There!
I have written and will perform a piece, “Good People,” about my childhood introduction to racism, violence and injustice. My performance will be enhanced by the beautiful bass-baritone singing voice of Laurence R. Albert. We will be on stage at the library (Benjamin Hooks Central Library) on Sunday afternoon, February 26, at 2:00. The performance is sponsored by Grace St Luke’s Episcopal Church and by the Memphis Library. The piano is being donated by Amro Music. There is no admission fee. Blanchard and Albert will engage the audience in a conversation immediately following the performance. This is an important story. All forms of “isms” hurt all of us. We cannot know our own beauty, power and goodness until all people are free to share the experience.