Resource Links

Below are a list of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Partners and Allies resource links.

  • BiNet USA BiNet USA, a 501C3 nonprofit organization, is the oldest national bisexual entity in the United States. It is a network of groups, projects and individuals, encouraging dialogue and participation as a way of creating and maintaining a cohesive bisexual community and empowering individuals to feel proud of their bisexuality.
  • GLAAD GLAAD had a strong presence in North Texas during the early to mid-1990s. Back then, volunteers held workshops with local media from editors to photographers. They aimed at filling the knowledge gap about the LGBT community and connecting journalists with expert sources on the subject.
  • Dallas Voice The Community Newspaper for Gay & Lesbian Dallas
  • Pegasus News Pegasus News is a local news and information service dedicated to bringing you everything — and we mean everything — you could possibly want to know about the things that most interest you about the place where you live.
  • Pride Radio DFW Pride Radio DFW celebrates Dallas/Ft. Worth’s GLBT Community… the 6th largest in the nation and GROWING! We strive to be your source for the local happenings, from news to events to entertainment to more.
    Listen on your HD Radio at 102.9 FM HD2 or via their website.
  • Human Rights Campaign The Human Rights Campaign is America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender equality. By inspiring and engaging all Americans, HRC strives to end discrimination against GLBT citizens and realize a nation that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.
  • Humane Society of North Texas The Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT) is a non-profit organization serving Tarrant and surrounding counties since 1905. We are supported solely by tax deductible donations and do not receive funding from county, state or federal entities, nor are we subsidized by any other organization.
  • Dallas Gay & Lesbian Alliance DGLA (Dallas Gay and Lesbian Alliance) is a 501(c)(4) non-profit political advocacy organization. DGLA advocates on behalf of the GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered) community and our allies through ongoing communication with elected officials and public staff, active leadership on public policy changes affecting our community, fighting acts of discrimination, and working with other organizations toward full GLBT equality in society.
    DGLA advocacy programs include:
    Advocating for domestic partnership healthcare benefits for City of Dallas employees.
    Founded the Resource Center of Dallas in 1983 as a spin-off of DGLA.
    Assisted in the establishment of other GLBT-related organizations, including the Collin County Gay and Lesbian Alliance (CCGLA), The Carrollton Project and other groups.
    Working with North Texas media outlets to promote fair press coverage of issues affecting the GLBT community.
  • Queer LiberAction In order to liberate ourselves from this oppression, we must directly, visibly, and publicly confront it along with organizations, institutions, groups or individuals who support or promote discrimination toward the Queer community. We are a direct action group dedicated to building the Queer civil rights movement in order to secure our equality and end our oppression.
    We do not ask for equality. We demand it.
    We are Queer Liberaction.
  • LULAC Council 4871 – The Dallas Rainbow Council Creating dialogue between the Hispanic and LGBT community which have a common goal: full equality.
  • Buli Cafe Gay-friendly cafe with desserts, sandwiches, killer coffee and lattes, events, art. Along Cedar Springs in Dallas.
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Encyclopedia Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Encyclopedia
  • Dallas Tavern Guild Presenting the Postive Image of the Gay and Lesbian Community of Texas and The 2008 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade.
  • Out & Equal DFW Out & Equal DFW works to promote GLBT workplace equality through networking and communications, community involvement, and visibility throughout the DFW Metroplex area. Out & Equal DFW educates and empowers organizations, HR professionals, employee resource groups (ERGs) and individual employees through programs and services that result in equal policies, opportunities, practices and benefits in the workplace regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, expression or characteristics.
  • Resource Center Dallas A nonprofit organization that operates the John Thomas Gay & Lesbian Community Center, the AIDS Resource Center and Nelson-Tebedo Health Resource Center. The Center seeks to create awareness, foster understanding and fulfill the needs of the gay and lesbian community through educational, health and social programs.
  • Jenny Block, author of Open Author, speaker, bi parent Jenny Block is local to DFW. Check out her website for more info on this educated author and dedicated freelance reporter and columnist. Her award-winning book, “Open: Love, Sex and Life in an Open Marriage” is available for sale.
    Her facebook:
  • Bi Pride Store The BiPrideStore sold the first one on the web and continues to offer the best selection of high quality Bi Flags custom made to the original specifications.
  • Its goal is to serve the worldwide bisexual community by providing a free Internet portal for bisexual individuals, groups and non-profit organisations.
  • American Institute Of Bisexuality The American Institute of Bisexuality encourages, supports and assists research and education about bisexuality, through programs likely to make a material difference and enhance public knowledge, awareness and understanding about bisexuality.
  • BiNet Austin The Bisexual Network of Austin is a volunteer-run organization whose purpose is to promote the understanding and acceptance of bisexuality as a sexual orientation and identity. We seek to provide a safe and confidential place for all people of any age, class, race, religion, culture or gender identity to explore bisexuality through our social events, educational programs and publications.
  • North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce
  • We empower GLBT businesses and promote economic development in North Texas. Our membership includes small businesses and Fortune 100 companies; businesses that are GLBT owned/operated and others that are our allies.
  • Creating Change 2010 The 22nd National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change will be held at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel in beautiful downtown Dallas, Texas, February 3 – 7, 2010. Produced by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, the Creating Change Conference (as it is affectionately known) is the nation’s pre-eminent political, leadership and skills-building conference for the LGBT social justice movement. Since 1988, Creating Change has been the opportunity for thousands of committed people to develop and hone their skills, celebrate victories, build community, and to be inspired by visionaries of our LGBT movement and allied movements for justice and equality.

    The primary goal of the Creating Change Conference is to build our movement’s political power from the ground up to secure our overarching goal of full equality, social justice and dignity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the United States.

    Please join us!
    Upwards of 2000 people attend the Creating Change Conference from all over the United States, with a few attendees from other countries. Attendees include:

    * people just like you who are creating change every day
    * young and old activists
    * organizers and activists of color
    * paid and unpaid staff people at LGBT political or community organizations
    * lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocates and straight allies
    * elected and appointed officials
    * leaders of campus communities and local community centers.

    Creating Change is an annual gathering of organizers and activists working to create a world in which our sexual orientations and gender expressions will be welcomed and celebrated. Please join us in Dallas, Feb. 3 – 7, 2009!

  • Equality March Texas Equality March Texas (EMT) is a direct action LGBT advocacy group based in Dallas, TX that seeks to recruit and empower activists from all over the Lone Star State.  We are a non-partisan, “radically inclusive” group which employs tried and true direct action tactics (rallies, protests, marches etc.) and a focus on community building by working to eliminate racial, social, religious, cultural and gender based barriers within the LGBT Movement.
  • is a very active internet community with personal ads, chat, articles, forums and much more – and all of it is COMPLETELY FREE. But we do require new users to register to access most of the features – it helps us moderate things and helps ensure that all personal ads are placed by seriously interested parties only. We have a comprehensive Privacy Policy that reflects the needs of even the most privacy-conscious folks. And, yes, of course we are 100% bi owned and operated.
  • Stonewall Democrats
    For Tarrant County:
    For Dallas County:
    For Denton County:
  • Bisexual Resource Center The Bisexual Resource Center envisions a world where love is celebrated, regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression. Because bisexuals today are still misunderstood, marginalized and discriminated against, the BRC is committed to providing support to the bisexual community and raising public awareness about bisexuality and bisexual people.
  • Robyn Ochs Robyn is published in numerous anthologies, including Bi Any Other Name: Bisexuals Speak Out (Kaahumanu & Hutchins, eds.); Closer to Home: Bisexuality & Feminism (Weise, ed.); Homophobia: How We All Pay the Price (Blumenfeld, ed.); Bisexuality: Identity and Politics of an Invisible Minority (Firestein, ed.); Women: Images and Realities: A Multicultural Anthology (Kesselman, McNair, & Schniedewind, eds.); Lesbian Histories and Cultures: An Encyclopedia (Zimmerman, ed.), Readings for Diversity and Social Justice (ed. Adam s, et al.) and of course Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World.
  • Lambda Weekly Radio Program The URL will allow live streaming. Once at the page, click on “Home” then choose “Listen Now” on the right to listen live at Noon CST every Sunday. Also, here is an iTunes archive of podcasts for the program. .David Taffet, Patti Fink, and Lerone Landis are the hosts.
  • Bi Tweens a resource center for Parents and Preteens (made by a supportive Mom of a Bi Tween/Teen)
  • I Think I Might Be Bisexual, Fluid, Pansexual or Queer-identified (So Now What?)
  • Scarleteen: Sex Positive Sex Education For The Real World
  • Sex, etc. Sex Education By Teens For Teens covers all the different sexual orientations and gender identities factually and respectfully
  • Thinking About (Bi)Sexuality: a BRC project for youth
  • The Trevor Project nationwide, around-the-clock crisis & suicide prevention helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender and questioning youth. If you or a friend are feeling lost or alone call.
  • New England Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Veterans a “grass roots” membership based, support organization for LGBT and “Straight-But-Not-Narrow”, active duty, reserve and veteran members of the United States Armed Forces, their families, friends and supporters
  • Service Members Legal Defense Network legal services, watchdog and policy organization dedicated to ending discrimination against and harassment of military personnel affected by “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT)
  • Transgender American Veterans Association works to insure that Transgender/Genderqueer Veterans are treated with the dignity promised those who have served our country.
  • Soulforce is determined to help end oppression against LGBT people & to help change the minds and hearts of religious and political leaders (Evangelical Christian)
  • Dignity USA celebrating the wholeness and holiness of Lesbian Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Catholics
  • Metropolitan Community Church an international fellowship of mainline protestant Christian congregations of over 250 member congregations in 23 countries that has a specific outreach to LGBT families and communities
  • The Unity Fellowship Churches ministers to openly LGBT people, families and communities from a primarily African American Baptist background but is open and welcoming to all
  • Alternate Path is a positive affirming group for women seeking help with finding alternative solutions to divorcing their Bisexual/Gay husband. They provide positive discussions that will help the wives adjust to the news that their husband is gay/bi.
  • Making Mixed Orientation Marriages Work (MMOMW) is for those who are in mixed orientation marriages. Straight spouses who are married to gays or bisexuals and also the married gays and bisexuals themselves. The group welcomes all those in this situation no matter how they have decided to deal with this within their own marriage.
  • HUGS Couples (Hope, Understanding Growth Support) is a list for couples of mixed sexual orientation who are working to keep their relationship strong and growing. It provides a positive environment where these couples can EXPRESS their concerns, SHARE their successes, and GIVE and RECEIVE support and encouragement.
  • Monogamous Mixed Orientation Marriages (MMOM) is a support group for either or both members of a mixed orientation marriage or relationship working to remain monogamous. “Mixed orientation”” means that the sexual orientations of the two persons involved do not match. This includes any combination of GLBTQS persons (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, straight). “Monogamous” means that the partners are sexually exclusive with each other.
  • Senior Action in a Gay Environment (SAGE) National social service and advocacy organization dedicated to LGBT senior citizens. Details on activities, timeline, and service directory.