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Philadelphia is known for it's vast array of organizations dedicated to the LGBT community. Philly Gay Calendar has 571 organizations in the area ranging from social organizations, to support groups, to organizations that deal with politics, health, and even local sports teams.

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Greater Philadelphia Flag Football League
Type: Sports
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, transgendered and straight allies flag football league. All skill levels welcome.

We play in the Fall and the Spring and all are welcome to join and play, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or skill level. Games are on Saturday mornings from 10AM-1PM. The GPFFL sends a representative team, the Philadelphia Revolution, to the annual Gay Bowl hosted by the National Gay Flag Football League
Greater Philadelphia Flag Football League
Type: Sports
Registration is open for GPFFL's Fall 2014 Season. Join the men and women of the Greater Philadelphia Flag Football League as we celebrate our 5 Year Anniversary! We play American Flag Football each Saturday at FDR Park from September until November. Ten teams compete for the Championship. We play 2 games each Saturday starting from 9 am until 1PM. Step off the side lines, play a great game and meet new friends. Fall registration closes on September 14.
Greater Philadelphia Professional Network (GPPN)
Type: Professional
GPPN is an acronym for the Greater Philadelphia Professional Network. Our members reside in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware and represent a diverse array of industries and professional experiences.

How did GPPN get started?
In March of 1993, Scott Laughlin, a 29-year-old account executive at Boston Coach, spearheaded efforts to start a gay professional association with then Assistant Deputy Mayor John Herzins. Nine months later, the organization had over 120 members.

GPPN has since doubled in size and has hosted events throughout the city, including one at The Prime Rib with Temple University President David Adamany and another at City Hall for gay and lesbian members of city government.

What is GPPN's mission?
GPPN's mission is to provide a social, career and business development channel for the gay and lesbian professional community.

What does GPPN do?
For 10 years, GPPN has sponsored regular networking events, speakers, workshops, summertime fun, and a newsletter serving the region's gay professional community.

Each month, our networking events attract between 40 and 100 professionals to some of the region's hottest restaurants.

For more information on recent and upcoming events, visit our events page.

Who is behind GPPN now?
Visit our contact page for information on the people behind GPPN.

Why should I join?
Visit our membership page for a reason to join. We encourage you to "test drive" GPPN before you join. All networking event couverts are waived for all first-time guests.
Gryphons Rugby Football Club
Type: Sports
The Philadelphia Gryphons Rugby Football Club has established itself as the first gay-friendly men's rugby club in the Philadelphia area. This RFC welcomes new players, experienced ruggers, coaches and fans of all ages, races, sexual orientations, beliefs and national or ethnic origins to the world's third most popular team sport.
HAVEN (Lehigh Valley)
Type: Youth
HAVEN is the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered (GLBT) Youth Group hosted by the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Lehigh Valley (UUCLV). Meetings are open to GLBT youth, their Allies & those Questioning (ages 14-20 yrs.). The mission is to provide a safe, supportive environment, provide positive role models and peer support, & sponsor social and recreational activities in addition to weekly meetings.
Healing After Loss
Type: Support
Support group for people grieving the death of a same-sex partner meets at 7 p.m. Mondays
HIV Prevention Research Division (Perelman School of Medicine, UPenn)
Type: Art & Culture
Conducting behavioral and biomedical HIV prevention trials at the Univ of Penn.
Hot Ash Philadelphia
Type: Social
Philly's group for men into smoke and cigar/pipe play and socialization
Hot Flash Dance Party
Type: Lesbian
Hot Flash Dances are designed for lesbians mid-30s+ (and the women who love us!) We meet the second Saturday of each month at Pure Nightclub from 6-10pm. Join our email list for more info: www.hotflashdances.com
Hotel Obligado Physical Theatre
Type: Art & Culture
Hotel Obligado Physical Theatre is passionately dedicated to the creation of innovative and outrageous new works of theatre that touch the soul. We are committed to the artistic enrichment and development of our members and the community that surrounds us. Part of an international dialogue on theatre and theatre training, Hotel Obligado's work is created using unique processes not limited by existing theatrical styles.
Hottracks
Type: Hotline
Telephone resource for support and sexual health information for men-who-have-sex-with-men, gay, and bisexual men of color. Multilingual, run by GALAEI, ASIAC, and COLOURS.
HRC (Human Rights Campaign)
Type: Political
The Human Rights Campaign, the largest national gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender advocacy organization, envisions an America where GLBT people are ensured of their basic equal rights, and can be open, honest and safe at home, at work and in the community. HRC has close to 600,000 members all committed to making this vision of equality a reality.

HRC's Philadelphia Steering Committee works to support the missions and goals of HRC, and to provide local leadership and advocacy for HRC objectives.
Human Rights Campaign (Philadelphia Region)
Type: Political
The Human Rights Campaign is the largest civil rights organizations working toward LGBT equality. HRC's Philadelphia steering committee supports its mission locally, bringing together equality-minded people from the region, which includes Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.
Humboldt Society
Type: Social
LGBT naturalists, monthly meetings on the second Thursday and monthly field trips.
Illusionz Entertainment
Type: Art & Culture
Illusionz Entertainment is the owner and national promoter of the Illusionz National Pageant, a new national female impersonation competition system. As a strong supporter of the art, Illusionz is proud to join the existing systems in the tradition of excellence and recognition of the artists which embody and symbolize this art form.

Illusionz welcomes all visitors, competitors, etc to visit its national pageant website at http:///www.MissIllusionzNational.com for the latest information regarding local/state/regional competitions and on sponsorship/promoter/competitor requirements and eligibility.
Imagenes (Images)
Type: Social
Explores, through film and video, experiences of men who have sex with men, meets from 6 to 8 p.m. one Wednesday monthly at GALAEI
Imago Dei
Type: Religious
Imago Dei Metropolitan Community Church of suburban Philadelphia is a loving, diverse Christian Community of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, Intersexual, Questioning, and Heterosexual allies providing transforming worship and small group experience
In the Life - WYBE TV Channel 35
Type: Media
Airs the first Wednesday of the month, 9pm-10pm. Taped in New York and on the West Coast, featuring national performers and is also periodically seen on WHYY TV 12.
Independence Business Alliance
Type: Professional
The Independence Business Alliance (IBA) is the new Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Chamber of Commerce for the Greater Philadelphia region. The IBA serves the LGBT and business communities of:

* Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania;
* Mercer, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties in New Jersey;
* and, New Castle County in Delaware.

The Independence Business Alliance is a membership-based business advocacy organization dedicated to making the Philadelphia region an influential and diverse LGBT business community with an impact on economic development, equal rights and policy issues. The IBA is an official affiliate of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC).
Independence Squares
Type: Social
The club teaches classes in the Mainstream, Plus, Advanced and Challenge programs of modern Western square dancing. The call lists are those used by Callerlab. Classes are open to all, and membership is contingent on completing the Basic program and paying dues. Classes and dances are open to all dancers who have proficiency up to the level being taught/danced. Current membership is approximately 80 dancers with a 60/40 male/female ratio.
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