LGBT Resources

BAD brings women of all ages together to meet, mingle and do good things. We connect the LGBT community by promoting inclusivity at all our events which means that LGBT and straight allies are welcome. We strongly believe inclusivity leads to better understanding and this will lead to equal rights for all LGBT. We encourage political candidates to attend our events so they can better understand our issues.

General Gay and Lesbian Resources

GLBT Center of Colorado

The mission of The Center is to engage, empower, enrich, and advance the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community of Colorado. The Center hosts Denver PrideFest and is the epicenter of Denver’s LGBT Community

The Center will be the premier gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) organization in the Rocky Mountain region. We will advance a vibrant quality of life for the GLBT community, inspired by the principles of leadership, excellence, integrity, equality, inclusivity, healthy living, and community connection.

Out Boulder

The vision of Out Boulder is that Boulder County serves as a model of equality, respect, and well-being for LGBTQ people. Out Boulder also hosts Boulder Pride every September and is the epicenter of the LGBT Comunity in Boulder County


The Center for School, College, and Career Resources

Resources and Expert Advice for LGBTQ College Students –

Resources for Transgender College Students –

College Scholarships for LGBTQ Students –

Accredited Schools Online, P.O. Box 77041, San Francisco, CA 94107. is a comprehensive accreditation resource that provides prospective students and families with the tools needed to make well-informed decisions about their education

The organization just  published a new guide with scholarship and financial aid information for LGBTQ students so check it out

Addiction Support

Recovery Village is an organization dedicated to helping individuals struggling with substance abuse into recovery. We feel that quality content is key in providing those struggling with addiction and their parents, families, and friends with educational information on how to get help.

Please check out the available resources for recovery:

Hip Chicks Out

is  a social group for women in Denver was founded in 2005. Since then HipChicksOut created a variety of events including Happy Hours in over 30 of Denver’s chic and hip venues, Kickball Tournaments, Golf and Bike Outings, Pride parties.

Bent Lens Cinema

Bent Lens Cinema is Boulder’s premier GLBTQ film society, hosting periodic screenings of the top in contemporary GLBTQ films from around the world. All screenings are in Boulder and happen every other month. See our web site at for the most current program coming up.

Contact: Gus Spheeris



GLS Sierra Club

The Sierra Club’s members and supporters are more than 1.3 million of your friends and neighbors. Inspired by nature, we work together to protect our communities as well as the planet. The Club is America’s oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization.

Out Spokin

The underlying mission of OUT Spokin’ is “GLBT visibility and philanthropy by bicycle” since we emphasize having a large presence at bicycling events (many of them charitable) throughout Colorado. However, many folks just come with us to get some exercise and meet other cyclists. We’re about 200 strong and 60% of our membership is women. During the spring through early fall, we offer 2-4 rides a week of differing levels of difficulty.


Denver Women’s Chorus (DWS)

The DWC is a nonprofit women’s chorus, whose goal is to enlighten the public through socially relevant, progressive, and feminist programming. It is important to us to build community inside and outside our membership; to serve as a bridge between gay and straight communities; to promote the work of contemporary composers; and to create beautiful music that both entertains and inspires our audience. The chorus is open to all women who are either lesbian or who are respectful of lesbianism.


Women’s Rugby Team

Black Ice Rugby is Denver’s premier women’s rugby team.



Stonewall Democrats statewide organization is an official arm of the state Democratic Party, focused on both educating GLBT community about the Democratic Party and candidates, ahttps://www.hrc.orgnd educating the party of GLBT issues. The group also sponsors non-partisan voter registration and education activities focused on the GLBT community. To get more information or join their e-list, go to


National Center for Lesbian Rights

The National Center for Lesbian Rights is a national legal organization committed to advancing the civil and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education.

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

Founded in 1973, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force is the oldest national organization working to eliminate prejudice, violence and injustice against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people at the local, state and national level. The Task Force trains activists and leaders and organizes broad-based campaigns to defeat anti-LGBT referenda and advance pro-LGBT legislation. The Task Force Policy Institute, the community’s premiere think tank, researches and reports on critical policy issues. As part of a broader social justice movement for freedom, justice and equality, the Task Force is creating a world that respects and celebrates the diversity of human expression and identity where all people may fully participate in society.

Contact: Margaret Burd

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC)

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is the nation’s largest lesbian and gay advocacy organization, providing a national voice on gay and lesbian issues. HRC effectively lobbies Congress; mobilizes grassroots action in diverse communities; invests strategically to elect a fair-minded Congress; and increases public understanding through innovative education and communication strategies. HRC Colorado creates a strong HRC presence in the Denver community and throughout the state; builds relationships and improves communications among the area’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and straight community leaders and organizations.


One Colorado

One Colorado PAC is our statewide political action committee dedicated to supporting fair-minded candidates and issues in our mission to secure and protect equality and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Coloradans and their families.

In 2010, One Colorado PAC endorsed over 50 candidates for state office, a number of whom won their races, including Governor-elect John Hickenlooper.

There is also a One Colorado Education Fund which is a 501(c)3 non profit. For more info – go to the web site link



ATL (All Terrain Lesbians)

The ATL Foundation assists lesbians in need of financial help because of ill health. Founded in 1994 as a 501(c)3, ATL has helped many lesbians face difficult life challenges. The foundation is managed by a volunteer board that reviews requests for assistance and organizes various fund raising activities.


Mile High Freedom Band

The Mile High Freedom Band is a non-profit organization providing community service and fundraising through concerts and other events. For additional information, please visit our web site at

Contact: Fred Rollenhagen at 303-986-0913 or Amanda Masters at 3030-984-2656

Mile High Youth Corps

Helping urban youth make a difference in themselves and their community through meaningful service opportunities and educational experiences, Mile High Youth Corps (MHYC) is part of a network of more than 100 youth corps nationwide that work to improve communities and the lives of youth by putting young people to work in urban neighborhoods, public parks and open spaces. MHYC serves Denver metro area youth ages 16-24. MHYC is the only accredited youth corps serving the Denver metro area.

Contact: Kelly Causey