LISTS AND GROUPS
MIT supports a set of e-mail lists which service MIT as well as the
Greater Boston LBGT community. These lists are
private. To be added to any of these lists, contact lbg-
- firstname.lastname@example.org is for news of
interest to the greater Boston queer community.
- email@example.com is for discussion of
interest to the greater Boston queer community.
- firstname.lastname@example.org is for MIT-related
- email@example.com is for MIT-related
E-mails to the staff of lbgt@MIT, centralized in Student Life Programs
(W20-549, 617-253-6777), who serve as the administrative
hub for LBGT support on campus and who coordinate the LBGT
E-mails all the members of the LBGT Issues Group. To join the
Issues Group, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership list of Queer Women Looking for Life in Technical School
Subscribe to QWiLLTS Coordinators.
MIT Friendly Alliance of Queers and
Straights (FAQS) lists
To be added to any of these lists, contact email@example.com.
- mit-faqs is the mailing list for the members
of FAQS. Only to be used for official postings from the officers or
- faqs-discuss is the discussion list for
general business, posting, or discussion.
For GaMIT specific news & event postings as well as general
Subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sends to all of GABLES members. To subscribe, please go to mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/gables/
or e-mail email@example.com.
[May not currently be active] A women-only list just for women only
discussions and event postings. Subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to all ULC members. Subscribe to email@example.com.
For general posting for women at MIT and the greater Boston area.
MIT BGALA (alumni) Listserv
Information on list subscription is available at their
New England Queer College
Publishes a newsletter of queer events at New England colleges to
encourage cross-campus dialogue. To subscribe, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "subscribe" in the
(Boston's Queer Agenda)
Visit their website to subscribe. The List ntegrates the arts,
Internet technology and social change to create cultural activism with
a particular eye towards lesbian, bisexual, transgender, alternative,
women's, and progressive communities, including our gay male and
631 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02118
617-266-6670, Fax 617-266-5973
A weekly paper covering regional and national LBGT news; it includes
and events listings for the Boston/New England area. Distributed
for free on Thursdays in Lobby 7 and in the MIT Student
BBWN, P.O. Box 639, Cambridge, MA 02140
A bi-monthly publication for bisexual women in the Boston area and
the world. The suggested subscription price is $20-30 per year
but you can pay more or less depending on what you can afford.
send a check (along with your name and address) to the address
126 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
617-536-5390, Fax 617-536-1463
A popular alternative Boston paper which occasionally publishes a
pull-out section called One In Ten focused exclusively on
issues. Often has gay-oriented articles in main publication.
for free weekly in the MIT student center.
24 Castleton St., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
A locally produced zine and journal of dyke dissent. Poetry, fiction,
nonfiction, artwork, and photography produced by progressive
(Gay Community News)
BSEF, 29 Stanhope Street, Boston, 02116
A quarterly news magazine for the whole community.
Mondays 6:30-8 PM on WMBR (88.1 FM), or on the web.
The only weekly radio program that talks about transgenderism in the
first person. Each week it presents news, information, music,
voices that challenge the traditional view of gender. Presented
A gay news and entertainment site for the Boston area.
450 Harrison Avenue, suite 414, Boston, MA
617-426-8246, Fax 617-426-8264
A gay weekly with news and club listings for New England.
England Community Guide - Pink Pages
A directory of local businesses owned by gay or gay-friendly
Mondays, 10 PM-midnight on WFNX (100.7 FM)
The radio show for the gay and lesbian community, One in Ten always
brings you news, book, film and music reviews, as well as
A zine for women who love other women. Free and available at Grand
New Words, OutWrite, Hi Fi, We Think the World of You, and the
The Women's Forum
42 Seaverns Avenue, Boston, MA 02130
A monthly feminist newspaper, spun off of MIT 20+ years ago.
monthly and available for free outside of the Women's Studies
at MIT (Room 14E-316) and the MIT Student Center.
Foundation for Gender Education, P.O. Box 540229, Waltham, MA
781-899-2212, Fax 781-899-5703
Transgender Tapestry is a publication by, for, and about all things
trans, including crossdressing, transsexualism, intersexuality,
MTF, butch, femme, drag kings and drag queens, androgyny,
male impersonation, and more.
PO Box 1562, Jamaica Plain, MA
An on-line dyke zine for the New England area.
54 Boynton St., Boston, MA 02130
Erotic lesbian zine for the well rounded. $7 for a single issue, $26
for a four-
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