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G@MIT (gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgenders, and friends at MIT) is the oldest queer group at MIT and the first in the US, G@MIT provides an avenue for LBGT social and political advocacy. Study breaks, coming-out support groups, and other events occur throughout the year.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/gamit/www/
Contact: gamit-admin@mit.edu


Girls Who Kiss Girls is an unofficial group of girls at MIT who kiss girls. Request to join this mailing list for fun and safe events for girls who kiss girls.
Contact: Abigail Francis


Rainbow Coffeehouse Officially known as the GLBT Graduate Student Coffeehouse, we support the social needs of MIT's LBGT community. Sponsors a monthly Coffeehouse Social and other events. All events are open to the public; everyone is encouraged to attend. Funded by the Graduate Student Council and MIT BGALA.
Web: http://mitgradlgbt.businesscatalyst.com/
Contact: rainbowofficers@mit.edu


Gender Fluidity Group is a newly-founded student group focused on raising awareness around the ideas and theories of gender fluidity--within and without MIT--and their intersections with sex, race, sexuality, class, and other personal and cultural identities.
Contact: parrotfish-exec@mit.edu


Bi/Pan/Omni is an unofficial group of students at MIT who identify as bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual, or queer. Request to join this mailing list for fun and safe events for nsexual (n>=1) individuals.
Contact: bipanomni@mit.edu


QUBE (Queers in the Built Environment) aims to highlight and create dialogue around the intersection of queer identity and the built environment through a variety of media including speakers, conferences, partnerships, publications, and social events.
Web: http://qube.mit.edu/
Contact: qube_officers@mit.edu


MITkablim is a community to encourage interaction between and enhance student life for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and allies in the Jewish community at MIT.


QSTAFF (Queer Staff) is MIT's list-serv for LBGTQ staff and faculty.
Contact: afran@mit.edu


LBGT-Faculty is MIT's list-serv for LBGTQ faculty.
Contact: afran@mit.edu


Sloan LGBT is a student-founded society fostering and promoting an honest and open environment for LBGT students, partners, faculty, and staff at Sloan. We also seek to increase personal and career growth opportunities for gay and non-gay professionals.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/lgbt/sloan/
Contact: lgbt-info@sloan.mit.edu


LBGT Issues Group A committee of faculty, staff, students, and alumni working together to ensure that MIT is a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment and that MIT's educational mission is upheld for all students regardless of LBGT identity.  All are welcome to join.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/lbgt/ig/
Contact: lbgt@mit.edu


MIT BGALA (Bisexual, Gay, and Lesbian Alums) is MIT's queer alumni/ae organization.
Web: http://alumweb.mit.edu/groups/bgala/



General LBGT Lists: a set of confidential and private email lists.

lbgtnews is a monthly newsletter of events and opportunities at MIT and within the greater Boston queer community.
lbgt-talk is for MIT-related talk.
lbgt-members is for those who are part of the LBGT Issues Group (all are welcome to join).

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