Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 7:30pm to Sunday, September 11, 2016 - 2:00pm
Cat On a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams was the first play to ever try and portray the reality of the gay experience in America. It's a play without heroes or villians; just broken people trying to make the best of their lives. And for all that has changed since 1955, it's good to remember how the conversation we are still having today about the place of LGBT people in America began.
Repeats every 2 weeks every Thursday until Sat Dec 31 2016.
Thursday, July 21, 2016 -
4:00pm to 5:30pm
This group is intended for anyone ages 13-18 who is struggling with their gender identity, exploing new ways of expressing their gender, or who identify as transgender, gender queer, gender fluid, agender, and any other non-cisgender identity.
This group meets on the first and third Thursday of every month at Out Boulder, 2132 14th St Boulder, CO.
This group is meant to be social, informational, and while it may be thereputic to talk and hang out with other trans people, it is not a support group.
Repeats every week every Thursday until Mon Dec 31 2018 except Thu Nov 23 2017, Thu Dec 28 2017.
Thursday, July 28, 2016 -
4:00pm to 6:00pm
Out Boulder, the YMCA, and OASOS collaborate to hold the QT's youth group that meets in Longmont every Thursday!
This group meets at the Longmont YMCA on Lashley and 9th from 4 - 6 PM.
We bring in community speakers, do small group activities, social events, art activities, and so much more. Every week is focused on a different topic, previous weeks have been about GSA leadership, Day of Silence, and strategies for coming out.
Allies and welcome and encouraged to join this space!
Home O' Hope was founded in 2008 from the combined passions of two therapists in the Boulder community, SE Rafferty, LPC, LAC and Amy Winchester, MA, LPC. Both women have similar experience working within the Department of Human Services and Foster Care systems in Boulder and Denver. Before coming together on Home O' Hope, they had independently worked with LGBTQ kids who were struggling with their identities within the system.
This past year has been an unprecedented year of visibility for the transgender community. Janet Mock started her show on MSNBC, the first in history hosted by a transgender person. We also saw trans people honored by awards, shown in film, portrayed on TV, and we even saw our stories told to the next generation through children's books.
On October 15, 2015, millions of people across the country will wear purple to take a stand against bullying -- and in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender young people. We are encouraging all Coloradans to wear purple and participate in Spirit Day with One Colorado and GLAAD. Take the Spirit Day Pledge today.
This group is intended for anyone ages 13-18 who is struggling with their gender identity, exploing new ways of expressin their gender, or who identify as transgender, gender queer, gender fluid, agender, and any other non-cisgender identity. This group meets on the first Thursday of every month at Out Boulder, 2132 14th St Boulder, CO.