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Philadelphia is known for it's vast array of organizations dedicated to the LGBT community. Philly Gay Calendar has 618 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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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:/// 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.
Type: Religious
Lesbian and gay Episcopalian group, meets from 7 to 9 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at Holy Trinity Church
International Women's Day Philadelphia Coalition
Type: Health
Celebration equality and justice for all women and girls
Interweave - Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill
Type: Religious
We, as a Unitarian Universalist community, gather to worship, celebrate life, grow spiritually, seek truth, experience fellowship, serve others and strive to build a just society. We provide sanctuary for the expression of individuality and welcome all who value and honor the richness of diversity.
Interweave at UUCDC
Type: Religious
UUCDC's Interweave Chapter is a subgroup of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County. The group is dedicated to the spiritual, political, and social well-being of everyone are confronting oppression as lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender persons and their heterosexual allies. Interweave celebrates the culture and lives of all of its members and its friends.

We invite your participation at our Interweave Committee's meetings, first Sundays monthly at noon (Sept- June, BYO Lunch), where we plan social gatherings, small service projects and support one another in the continuation of our spiritual growth. Interweave is for everyone and we welcome your curiosity, your creativity, and your company. Working together we can accomplish great things.
Interweave of First Unitarian Church
Type: Support
A non-denominational church organization for glbt members and friends.
Type: Religious
J-BaGeL (Jewish Bisexuals, Gays and Lesbians) is a Philly-wide student group dedicated to serving members of the LGBT community. J-BaGeL runs events for the Jewish and/or gay community, including social gatherings, panel discussions, and Shabbat dinners. J-BaGeL keeps an active online listserv where privacy is deeply respected.
J.Proud Philly Jewish LGBTQ Consortium
Type: Professional
J.Proud is a consortium of agencies who have come together with the shared goal of better serving the Jewish LGBTQA community. The mission of J.Proud is to work together as a collective agent of change to raise awareness, educate, and advocate for the diverse needs of the Jewish LGBTQ community while building relationships with allies in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Jefferson Lambda Alliance
Type: Social
The Jefferson Lambda Alliance (J.L.A.) was created to serve as an educational resource, support and outreach group, and a social/professional networking organization for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender students. Formerly known as the Gay & Lesbian Medical Student Association (GLMSA), J.L.A. is a University-wide organization open to all students in the Jefferson College of Graduate Studies, Jefferson College of Health Professions and Jefferson Medical College, regardless of sexual orientation. Some functions of the organization include coordinating educational events and providing speakers to increase awareness within the Jefferson community regarding gay and lesbian healthcare issues, community outreach and professional development, as well as providing support for students addressing sexuality issues. The J.L.A. works closely in partnership with the city-wide AMSA Organization Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Professionals in Medicine (LGBTPM). The Jefferson Lambda Alliance was re-established in the Spring of 2000 but existed as GLMSA since 1994. There are no dues or fees associated with membership.
Jersey City Lesbian and Gay Outreach
Type: Support
JCLGO has continued to be as influential and proactive as it was when it was first founded in 2001.

Profound events such as Jersey City Pride, Jersey City Mayoral Forum, LGBT Health Fair, and Getting To Know You are testaments on how JCLGO is truly the voice of the Jersey City LGBT community
Jersey City Pride
Type: Pride
JCLGO has been as influential and proactive as it was when it was first founded in 2001. Profound events such as Jersey City Pride, Jersey City Mayoral Forum, LGBTI Health Fair, and Getting To Know You are testaments on how JCLGO is truly the voice of the Jersey City LGBTI community.
Jersey Lyfe
Type: Pride
Jersey Lyfe was established in an effort of offset some of these devastating statistics in the the GLBTIQ community. We feel that it is paramount to contribute toward rebuilding these areas to include self-sustaining communities and businesses through donations, education and volunteerism. By rebuilding our communities, hosting educational and social events, and supporting our local businesses, we believe that our influence will be felt where it is needed most, with our GLBTIQ community and its youth.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service
Type: Family
Offers counseling and support groups for the LGBT community. Call the above number or contact Debbie Aron at ext.101.
Join The Impact - Philadelphia Chapter
Type: Social
In an effort to make a positive impact in the lives of our community, our allies, and even our opposition, emerged. Our movement seeks to encourage the LGBTQ community not to look towards the past and place blame, but instead to look forward at what needs to be done now to achieve one goal: Full equality for ALL. We stand for reaching out across all communities. We do not stand for bigotry, for scapegoating, or using anger as our driving force. Our mission is to encourage our community to engage our opposition in a conversation about full equality and to do this with respect, dignity, and an attitude of outreach and education.

JoinTheImpact, as an entity, will not encourage divisiveness, violence, or disrespect of others and we do not approve of this. We do not stand for pointing the finger at one group and placing blame. The LGBTQ community comes in all different colors, creeds, religious beliefs, and political parties. If we allow ourselves to place blame on one community or another, then we are no better than those who oppose us. We will not pit one community against another.

At JoinTheImpact, we are all inclusive. As such, we will continue to encourage debate from all sides of the conversation provided it is civil and respectful. We will encourage our community to not let anger steer the conversation, but with an understanding that anger is a human reaction and we hope that it can be used as a catalyst toward positive change.

Finally, we stand for national unity in the face of opposing forces that have steered the conversation into a state by state issue. We will celebrate our state by state wins, but work as one large entity to help gain these wins and will unite in the conversation against us to plant the seed of change and community.
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