Bay Windows: New England's Gay and Lesbian Newspaper.

Boston Living Center: The Boston Living Center is a non-profit community and resource center dedicated to serving all people infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS. With more than 1,600 members, it is the largest member-led organization for people with HIV in New England.

The Boston Queer Asian Pacific Alliance: Founded in 1979, the Alliance, formerly AMALGM, is committed to providing a supportive social, political, and educational environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning women and men of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage (this is inclusive of A/PIs, A/PI Americans and those who are of mixed A/PI heritage). We come together to affirm our lives and to combat the isolation we face as a result of our invisibility within lesbian/gay/bisexual and Asian/Pacific Islander communities. We strive to implement a political agenda that includes organizing ourselves and working in conjunction with other groups against racism, homophobia/heterosexism, sexism, and HIV/AIDS.

Fenway Community Health Center: Fenway Community Health Center (also called "Fenway") provides health care that is sensitive to the needs of lesbians , gay men, and bisexuals. In addition to its role as a primary care facility, Fenway is internationally known for its work on HIV prevention, treatment, and research. Fenway also supports two national toll-free helplines for the GLBT community:

The Gay and Lesbian Helpline offers information, support, and referrals to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning community nationwide through its toll free number. Fenway's trained GLBT volunteers can help you find a service, phone number or just be a friendly and nonjudgmental person to talk with. You can call them at 1-888-340-GLBT (4528) Monday - Friday from 6:00pm till 11:00pm and Saturday - Sunday from 5:00 pm till 10:00 pm.

The Peer Listening Line offers information, support, and referrals to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning youth nationwide through its toll free number. Fenway's trained GLBT youth volunteers can help you find a service, phone number or just be a friendly and nonjudgmental person to talk with. You can call them at 1-800-399-PEER (7337) Monday - Friday from 4:00pm till 10:00pm.

The Greater Boston Business Council (GBBC): New England's largest association of gays and lesbians in business and the professions. Our diverse membership includes people who work for organizations as well as self-employed individuals. We are doctors, lawyers, managers in Fortune 500 companies, contractors, educators and students. Founded in 1990, our mission is to provide members opportunities to network, receive information, develop business, reinforce self-esteem and have fun.

JRI Health Resources Institute: JRI Health was established by Justice Resource Institute in 1991 to provide services to people with HIV disease and AIDS, and those at greatest risk of infection, who were least likely to be served effectively by other health and human service organizations.

MassEquality.org: a coalition of local and national organizations defending equal marriage rights for same-sex couples in Massachusetts. We are working to protect the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's decision on marriage equality and to defeat any discriminatory amendment to the Massachusetts state constitution in the Legislature.

The Massachusetts Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth: The Commission is an independent agency of the Commonwealth and has a mandate to create school-based and community-based programs focusing on suicide prevention, violence intervention, and the promotion of zero-tolerance policies regarding harassment and discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth. The Commission also has a mandate to make recommendations about policies and programs supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth.

The Tiffany Club of New England: The Tiffany Club has been in existence for 21 years with its focus on helping others with issues of gender confusion, cross dressing, and transsexuality. Tiffany welcomes any and all contacts from people interested in support or information.

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