GLBT Resources for the Brazos Valley and Beyond

 
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GLBT PN (http://glbtpn.tamu.edu)
The GLBT Professional Network is an officially recognized organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered Texas A&M University faculty, staff, and graduate students, and professionals within the Bryan/ College Station community.

GLBTA (http://glbta.tamu.edu/)
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Aggies is predominantly composed of undergraduates at Texas A&M University and has three goals: to provide support, to provide educational information, and to create opportunities for welcoming, safe, and supportive social gatherings.

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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center (http://glbt.tamu.edu)
Cain Hall, B-107
Phone: 979-862-8920
E-Mail: GLBTResourceCenter@tamu.edu
The GLBT Resource Center is a resource and referral center for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Aggies and their straight supporters. The Center educates campus and community constituencies on GLBT issues through programming about sexual orientation and gender identity/expression, advocacy, leadership, and visibility. The GLBT Resource Center also collaborates with student organizations, campus departments, and local community organizations to provide students with access to resources, activities, and support services.

ALLIES (http://allies.tamu.edu/)
979-845-1107
ALLIES include staff, faculty, and students at Texas A&M University who identify themselves as individuals who are willing to provide a safe haven, a sympathetic ear, and support for LGBT or anyone dealing with sexual orientation issues. Members display an ALLY placard outside their offices or residence hall rooms.

Department of Multicultural Services (http://dms.tamu.edu/)
979-845-4551
Provides support and retention services to African American, Hispanic, Asian American and Native American students, as well as diversity education opportunities for the entire campus community.

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Student Counseling Services (http://www.scs.tamu.edu/)
979-845-4427
24-hour Student Counseling Helpline: 979-847-2700
Offers a great range of services to help TAMU students deal with personal crises. Many of the Counselors are ALLIES.

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Queer Studies Working Group
Krista May: 979-845-3400 or k-may01@tamu.edu
Texas A&M's Queer Studies Working Group is an interdisciplinary research community of faculty and graduate students whose work questions the meaning of sexual identities, performances, discourses, practices and representations. We are particularly interested in engaging work that rejects and destabilizes essentilaized ideas about sexuality, gender and race.

B/CS Gay Men’s Listserv (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Bcsgaymen/)
A yahoo group for gay men in the B/CS and surrounding area seeking to make friends.

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Friends Congregational Church (http://www.friends-ucc.org/)
979-693-7021
Local United Church of Christ congregation.

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (http://www.ipt.com/uuf/)
979-696-5285
Non-denominational worship.

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The Progressive Coalition (http://www.brazosprogressives.org/)
The Progressive Coalition consists of various local progressive groups. It works at the grassroots level to build support for and bridges to a broad cross-section of lifestyles, racial and economic divisions, communities of faith, and among member organizations.

ACLU
William Wurtz, President 260-2640
The ACLU works to protect all citizens’ First Amendment rights, equal protection under the law, right to due process, right to privacy, and supports segments of the population that have been traditionally denied rights including LGBT people.

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AIDS Services of Brazos Valley
979-260-AIDS
Free and anonymous HIV testing, counseling, and education.

Lambda AA
979-220-6626
Alcoholics Anonymous group for GLBT individuals in the Brazos Valley.

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The Touchstone (http://www.rtis.com/reg/bcs/pol/touchstone/)
The Touchstone magazine provides alternative news and viewpoints. It is printed five times a year and distributed by some local businesses and found in the blue newsstands.

KEOS Radio Station (http://www.keos.org/)
KEOS is 89.1 FM. It is a listener sponsored, commercial-free, non-profit, all-volunteer community radio and airs several GLBT programs.

Halo (http://www.halobcs.com)
E-mail: halo@halobcs.com
Phone: 979-823-6174
121 North Main Street in Downtown Bryan at the corner of William J. Bryan Parkway and Main