Binghamton Pride Coalition
The Binghamton Pride Coalition is an organization of LGBTQ individuals, groups and allies established in 2005. The Coalition works to end oppression based upon sexuality and gender, promotes pride and visibility, and celebrates lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer lives, communities, and cultures in the greater Binghamton area.
Their main page (loads slow) consists of an up-to-date calander of events, but they also have a very active Facebook page.
Cube Open Hours
Come in and challenge us to a game of Mortal Combat vs. DC Universe or Halo on Xbox 360; Bowling or Tennis on Wii; or demand that we play Clue! Whatever you guys want! 5:00 - 9:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Community Art Night
STAP Board Member and Volunteer Angelo Fiori is starting a Community Art Class. It will be held at The Cube on Thursday Evenings, 7-10 PM starting March 4th, as a weekly class at first. Depending on the funds raised and interest, it would be weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. The class would be open it all groups: HIV positive, HIV negative, LGBTQ community, gay or straight.
His vision of this art class is to be one of and about our community and coming together to respect each other’s differences. Please show up if you are interested in participating in this Community Art Class. The class will include drawing, collage, watercolor, painting and more. Beginners and all are welcome to participate to bring out their artistic possibilities and great discussions.
First Friday & The Cube
Every First Friday of the month galleries and community centers around Binghamton display art. We are a part of this wonderful tradition and every First Friday we open our doors to the community and display art. If you are interested in showing your art please contact us at email@example.com.
BLTQ's Women's Group
Meets every 2nd and 4th Friday at The Cube - 208 W. State Street in Binghamton from 7-9. Free pizza, games, discussions, movies, conversation, and fun!
Binghamton Area Ladies Gathering
Meets on the 1st and 3rd Friday
Cyber Cafe, Binghamton
AVEN - Asexual Visibility and Education Network. Online community and forum for asexuals. The site includes information for sexual, asexual and questioning people. All are more than welcome to post!
Friends Dinner - For those infected or affected by HIV/AIDS - Tuesdays 5 pm -Call Bill H. 724-0103.
Men's Peer Discussion Group
The Cube has a men's peer discussion group for gay, bisexual, or Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and questioning guys. Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 7:00pm.
P-FLAG Parents, Friends, Family of Lesbians and Gays PO Box 728 WVS Binghamton 13905.. Karen Erdman 748-3984 meets 3rd Monday of ea. month at Unitarian Universalist 183 Riverside Dr. Binghamton
P-FLAG Sponsors AGAPE support group for high school age youth and the Safe School Coalition of Broome County.
Interfaith Coalition on Sexual Identity - Meets monthly at the Unitarian Universalist Church or Centenary Chenango Street United Methodist Church. Produces events, concerts, and religious services to celebrate diversity. Call 607-729-1541 for more information.
Gay Lesbian Bi Social Group (GLSG) - Holds monthly potluck dinners. Contact Tom E. 786-5669.
Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project - See the listing under Teen/Youth/Family Services for details on this organization.
This group has a long history. it first started out with 2 or 3 folks meeting in the Elmira-Ithaca area . It soon grew and met in a church in Ithaca, NY and became the Southern Tier Gals. As part of its growth over the years a Binghamton group formed and we became the Southern Tier Gender Alliance. Many folks have enjoyed thier expierence and have valued the support of community. Our hope is to continue to serve each other in this journey to our true selves.
SAGE - Upstate Senior Action in a Gay Environment
Serves LGBT people in Central New York as they age
Sage Upstate Center: 501 James Street, Syracuse
Mailing Address: PO Box 6271, Syracuse, NY 13217
Web Site: www.sageupstate.org
The B.C. Bears, M.C. was formed in January, 1990 by a group of Binghamton residents looking to present a positive Leather Brotherhood presence in the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes of New York State and Northeast Pennsylvania. Meetings and monthly leather/bear nights held at Squiggy's.
The Center for Crime Victims and Sexual Assault of Tompkins County is pleased to announce the formation of a new support group. This group is tailored for the Tompkins County lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender community.
Persons who have been the victims of a hate/bias crime due to their sexuality and/or gender related issues are encouraged to contact CVSA. The group will be a combination of support and information, and will be facilitated by Matthew Knapp, Crime Victim Services Coordinator, and Marisa Avery, Education Director. This service is free and confidential. The group will meet on Tuesday evenings, with the first meeting scheduled for December 3rd. Pre-registration is required.
For more information or to register, please contact Matthew Knapp or Marisa Avery at 273-5589.