Arlington has long been a community that strives to embrace and equitably serve our diverse population that includes people from all walks of life — including those who identify as LGBTQ. We prohibit discrimination based on race, color, gender status, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religious observance, physical or mental ability and any other characteristic subject to marginalization. Our vision, which asserts that each of us is important, means that ours is a community where diversity is not simply tolerated, but appreciated and respected.
The organization seeks to foster a better understanding and appreciation of the lifestyles both among the members of the organization and within the community through social, charitable, educational endeavors and activities. How we got our start. The story of the organization began in February
The Roanoke Chapter Chair position is still open. We have been recruiting in the Roanoke area without success. The retreat is open to anyone who would like to participate in the discussion.
Seniors Youth. Ravensworth Baptist Church Ravensworth Baptist Church is an inclusive and welcoming Christian community where expressing the love of God to all people is central to our worship, study, and service. We are proud to be a part of the Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists. Primetimers of Central Virginia Prime Timers are older gay or bisexual men and younger adult men who admire mature men.
This is probably my favorite club in the area. Staff are always friendly and courteous. Anne-Marie in the back knows what drinks I like.
You might know us for our nightly drag shows - our famous drag queens are out on the floor every night we're open. We are a great place to come to if you want to get out there and meet someone. Loud beats and lots of action on the dance floor break any ice.
A recent night at The Cluba new gay bar in Martinsburg, W. Photo by Dale Gish. For decades, The Lodge in Boonsboro, Md.
Richmond is an old place, at least in American terms. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people have always been a part of its history. This exhibit is dedicated to all those who challenged the norms of society, who lived free and honest lives, and who moved us forward - maybe just a little, but always forward.
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By Andrew Collins. Although it's not the largest city in Virginia, the historic capital Richmond does have a population of over , and a metro population of more than 1. A prosperous business and government hub with a wealth of exceptional museums, several hip neighborhoods for retail and dining, and a growing GLBT populationthis lively city on the James River has a handful of popular gay bars as well as a few mainstream spots with very strong followings in the community. There's no specific gay neighborhood in Richmond, although funky Carytown is the area where you're most likely to bump into fellow GLBT folks while shopping, dining, or bar-hopping.