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Queer Eugene is an LGBTQ website for the Eugene and Springfield, Oregon area. Providing news, events, what's happening, resources, and business and organization listing for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. We also serve communities in Lane County, Corvallis and Salem.


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LGBT Movie Night - Four Moons - May 14, 7:30pm

May 14, 2015-7:30 PM 
Four Moons  (2014; Mexico; 110 min.) (In Spanish with English subtitles)

One new couple is trying to get things together. One longtime couple is trying not to break apart. One paunchy, white-bearded man in a towel is trying to get some satisfaction in a steam room. And one angelic 11-year-old is learning that his priest doesn’t want to hear about a young boy’s sexual stirrings. With those stories, Sergio Tovar Velarde’s “4 Moons” (“Cuatro Lunas”) paints a spirited and sensitive portrait of gay boys and men in 21st-century Mexico. (from The New York Times)

Hosts and Location: Ron Wold and Ken Hindes (541-345-4057). Location: 1409 W. 5th Avenue in Eugene.  Directions: We're on the northwest corner of 5th and Taylor (one block west of Polk Street). For additional information or directions, please call 541-345-4057. If you have trouble finding the location, please call and someone will direct you.

OUT/LOUD 2015 - Cozmic Pizza - May 15, 7pm


What: The largest queer and trans women's music festival in the Pacific Northwest

Who: The pacific Northwest queer and trans women, our allies, and YOU
                              Edna Vazquez: http://www.ednavazquez.com/
                              Taina Asilli: http://tainaasili.com/
                              Namoli Brenett: http://www.namolibrennet.com/
                              Whitney Monge: http://whitneymonge.com/
                              Kim Archer: http://www.kimarcherband.com/

When: May 15th, 7pm- 12am

Where: Cozmic 
              199 W. 8th
               Eugene, OR 97405

Cost: $5 general admission
         $4 students
          No one turned away
          Tickets at http://www.cozmicpresents.com/event/852749-out-loud-queer-trans-womens-eugene/

Facebook event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/375256926014189/


LGBT Movie Night - Last Summer - May 21, 7:30pm

May 21, 2015-7:30 PM
Last Summer   (2013; USA; 73 min.)          
Last Summer is about two teenage boys, Luke and Jonah, during the summer after their last year of high school in a small town in Arkansas. They have been best friends since they were toddlers and lovers for an unspecified amount of time - presumably since puberty made it possible. Their families and everybody they know knows about and supports their relationship. Jonah is a gifted student, artist and musician, while Luke isn't good at anything except sports, so they complement and help each other. They will be parting for the first time in their lives at the end of the summer, when Jonah goes north for college and Luke stays. This is a blissful, idyllic fantasy that feels completely true. If I didn't know that boys like these would NEVER receive such support in such a town (they even sit together in church), I would believe it was a true story, even a documentary. Although rationally I know it's impossible, it's so real and true emotionally that what ends up being impossible is NOT believing in it. Nothing much happens in this movie. There's some voice-over narration and some dialog, but it's primarily a sensual movie, a series of exquisitely beautiful visual and aural images that are impossible to describe adequately. Images of nature, of the boys in extreme closeup, many abstract images that are unidentifiable but powerfully evocative of the quiet, sensual, languid world in which the boys live. The score - when there is a score - is lyrical piano music by Beethoven and  Schumann.
Last Summer is like a poem - about love, about beauty, about peace, about perfect harmony with the natural world. It's extraordinary and indescribable.

I never recommend that straight people watch gay movies, because if a gay movie is acceptable to straights it's by definition a failure. But this movie is so beautiful that I'm breaking that rule. Whoever you are, your life will be enriched if you see it.  (
by jm10701 onwww.imdb.com)

Hosts and Location: Ron Wold and Ken Hindes (541-345-4057). Location: 1409 W. 5th Avenue in Eugene.  Directions: We're on the northwest corner of 5th and Taylor (one block west of Polk Street). For additional information or directions, please call 541-345-4057. If you have trouble finding the location, please call and someone will direct you.

LGBT Movie Night - NO MOVIE - May 28, 7:30pm

May 28, 2015-7:30 PM

No Movie Night this week.

GEN SILENT Movie - Wildish Theater - June 8, 6pm

Wildish Theater, June 8th, 6pm

Community Announcements

Eugene LGBTQ Ladies Happy Hour

Eugene LGBTQ Ladies' Happy Hour:

We're a group of 20-30-40-something LGBTQ women who like socializing with other LGBTQ women. 

We can be found at 

Events are held semi-regularly at different bars and restaurants around Eugene. 

SASS: Support Group for LGBTIAQ

SASS is currently doing intakes for a closed support group for the LGBTIQQ community.

Contact Jessica Mason,
Sexual Assault Support Services, 541-484-9791

Download PDF Flyer HERE


LGBTQ Parenting Education and Support project

Parenting Now! (formally Birth To Three) is part of group starting a LGBTQ Parenting Education Initiative that will have LGBTQ focused parenting groups and also create a supplement to the parenting curriculum for others who want to work with LGBTQ families. 

They started a Razoo page to tell people about it and try to raise funds for it. Here is the link:

Curry County: PFLAG Chapter!

Curry County, Oregon has an active PFLAG chapter! As you may know, PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is a peer-support group. Founded in 1972 with the simple act of a mother publicly supporting her gay son, PFLAG is the nation's largest family and ally organization. Made up of parents, families, friends, and straight allies united with people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT), PFLAG is committed to advancing equality and societal acceptance of LGBT people through its threefold mission of support, education and advocacy. You can learn more about the National organization at http://www.pflag.org

Our chapter has monthly support meetings in Gold Beach and Brookings. The 2014 meetings are:
Gold Beach Brookings Second Wednesday Fourth Tuesday Gold Beach City Hall Chetco Library Annex 29592 Ellensburg Avenue 402 Alder 6:30 – 8:00 6:30 – 8:00

Meetings are free and open to parents, family, friends, allies, and LGBT people in any stage of their journey. One does not need to be a PFLAG member to attend meetings or events. More information is available by email at pflaggb@gmail.com, telephone 541-933-5412, or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pflag.goldbeach. We also have our own website at http://www.pflagcurrycounty.wordpress.com

In addition to monthly support meetings, our chapter has several upcoming social events. We invite LGBT folks, families, and allies to join us. Azalea Parade Float (Brookings) on May 24, Annual Picnic (Buffington Park, Gold Beach) on June 21, Curry County Fair Parade Float (Gold Beach) on July 26, Picnic at Arch Rock (between Brookings and Gold Beach), and our Second Annual Halloween Party (Brookings). All details are on our Facebook page and website.

NEW GROUP: Wilderness Woman West Coast

Wilderness Woman West Coast is a group open to lesbian and bisexual woman who are interested in outdoor activities. We meet a couple of times a month for hiking, kayaking, or biking. An email will be sent out several days before each planned activity. To be added to the email list please contact Jennifer at crunchymama10@yahoo.com. Hope to see you on the trails!

Sappho Meetings - hosted by ASUO - Mondays

Sappho Meetings
Every Monday from 4:30 - 6 PM
WHERE: Wesley Center (behind Duck Store)
All are welcome, including students and community members.

Sophia Mantheakis
LGBTQQIA Coordinator
ASUO Women's Center
University of Oregon

Self-Harm Support Group, HEDCO clinic

Self-Harm Support Group starting October 14th.
This is a gender-inclusive, low-cost support group for individuals who have a desire to stop engaging in self-harming behaviors. This group is designed for individuals with a desire to give and receive support to others who are also experiencing self-harming behaviors (e.g., cutting, scratching, burning, hitting, head-banging, poisoning).
Individuals interested in the group can call 541-346-0923 (HEDCO clinic at the University of Oregon).

Trans Coffee Hour - Eugene Coffee Co - 1st Saturdays, 1-2:30pm

Trans* Coffee Hour
This is a once a month meeting for transgender, gender non-conforming, and allies who want to meet, network, socialize, and support each other through various life milestones, accomplishments, issues, or struggles unique to our community.

Where: Eugene Coffee Company, 240 E 17th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401
When: First Saturday of the month 1:00pm - 2:30 pm.
Who: Anyone who doesn't fit in the two-gender paradigm (transgender, gender non-conforming, etc.), and allies.

** Waiting on updated information from this group. If someone can email QueerEugene the current location and contact info, we'll get it posted.

TransPonder Monthly Gathering - 2nd Saturday, 3pm

The Eugene/Springfield Transgender Gathering

TransPonder is a monthly gathering for trans*-identified and questioning folks. It is a place where we can socialize, share resources, and provide support surrounding the achievements and challenges we encounter from living the shared experience of not adhering to the gender binary. The TransPonder meetings happen on the 2nd Saturday of every month. We do a potluck for each meeting so please bring a dish or beverage to share IF you are able. Water and tea are provided; though attendees are encouraged to bring their own water bottle.

In addition to the TransPonder meetings there is also a TransPonder email list which serves as a reminder for the monthly meetings as well as a place where we can communicate between gatherings to discuss topics of interest and provide community event notifications.
The group and the email list are specifically for trans*-identified or questioning folks only. We do adore our partners and allies, and this group was created with a different intention in mind -- to provide a safe space where trans* folks from all walks of life can come together and find community no matter their "out" status. To be added to the list simply us with your request.

The Quick and Dirty:
What: TransPonder: The Eugene/Springfield Trans* Gathering
Trans*-identified or questioning folks
2nd Saturday of every month from 3pm-6pm
Where: Contact us for the location
transponder.together@gmail.com, or call 541-914-1559
What to bring?:
Yourself and a potluck item IF you are able

Trans* is an umbrella term that refers to all of the identities that fall within the gender identity spectrum that do not adhere to the gender binary. Trans (without the asterisk) generally refers to, and is most fitting for, trans-men and trans-women. The asterisk denotes that there is something beyond what is written. In this case it includes all identities that are non-cisgendered such as: transgender, trans-man, trans-woman, transsexual, transvestite, gender-queer, gender-fluid, non-binary, gender-f*ck, genderless, androgynous, neuter, agender, pangender, non- gendered, third gender, two-spirit, and bigender (to name a few).

Women's polyamory reading and discussion group

There is a women's polyamory reading and discussion group
starting the 15th of january!

When: 1st (not meeting jan. 1st) and 3rd tuesday of the month
Time: 7 - 8.30pm
Email for location:

"this will be a low-drama, welcoming and relaxed gathering of women. please let your interested friends know about it."

ASL Chat Meetings - Top City Frozen Yogurt Cafe - 1st Saturday

EVERY 1st Saturday of the month
TIME 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Top City Frozen Yogurt Cafe
1665 W. 18th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97402

Everyone is WELCOME

Come as  you are
Hosting by Aaron Caisse




Meaning Different Kind's of people
No matter gay, straight, or bi, Lesbian, transgendered life,
you on the right track baby, we was born to survive.
No matter black, white or beige Chola or orient made,
we on the right track baby, we was born to be brave. 

PRIDE! IN! YOUR! SELF! that kind of love you need in your life be happy for self You will! be ok (PRIDE ON YOU) KEEP that way! 

CALC: Back to Back - Get Involved

Get Involved! Join the Back to Back Steering Committee...

Our talented, passionate and amazing volunteers are the life-force behind all of the important community-building work we do here at CALC.  We currently have openings on our Back 2 Back Steering Committee and would love to have your involvement!

If you are interested in helping to guide the work we do to expose and challenge overt bigotry and institutionalized oppression through education, cultural work, and activism, then this just might be your calling. B2B works against racism, homophobia and anti-Semitism.
Please email
Kori to share your interest or ask any questions you might have!

CALC's Back2Back Team

New LGBT Group in Florence-Central Coast

Central Coast Pride Alliance
Facebook Group:

UO LGBT Education Support & Services Program - Facebook

Hello, all! We're excited to announce the launch of our new fan page for the LGBTESSP. Like us to stay up-to-date on all LGBTQ events on the UO campus!


We are the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Education Support Services Program and we connect people… (read more online)
UO LGBT Education Support & Services Program

March is Bisexual Health Awareness Month



The second year of this social media campaign dedicated to raising awareness about the bi community’s mental health disparities

Contact: Julia Canfield, MPH, CHES bham@biresource.net
Boston, MA – Recognizing that the bisexual community remains marginalized and underserved, the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) proudly proclaims March once more as Bisexual Health Awareness Month (BHAM).
Because bisexual individuals report consistently higher levels of depression, suicidality, substance use, anxiety, and other mood disorders compared to their heterosexual, gay and lesbian counterparts, this year’s theme for BHAM is Mental Health. Bisexual Health Awareness Month will engage with the community at large throughout the month of March to raise awareness about these mental health disparities and to push for more action and resources that can better support bisexual individuals.
This year BHAM will incorporate three main values – Intersectionality, Support, and Advocacy – into its campaign to highlight the diverse challenges experienced by the bisexual community, promote bisexual-specific resources, and propose interventions to decrease mental health disparities. The BRC will utilize its social media channels, in addition to a newly launched campaign website, to disseminate this information for public use and dialogue.
BRC Board President, Julia Canfield, emphasized the need for this campaign: “Bisexual people have long been impacted by the negative effects of biphobia and bisexual erasure from both LGBTQ and straight communities. They have also been denied access to critical services and resources that can enhance their mental and emotional well-being. Therefore, Bisexual Health Awareness Month aims to increase awareness about these issues and feature ways we can effectively address them.”
Bisexual Health Awareness Month will have the following focus themes throughout the four weeks of March in order to emphasize the various issues regarding mental health in the bisexual community:

  • March 2-6: (Statistics) A focus on current statistics and research data concerning mental health disparities in the bisexual community.
  • March 9-13: (Intersectionality) An emphasis on how race, ethnicity, class, age, ability, etc., can further impact mental health disparities in the bisexual community, particularly in regards to experiences of oppression and discrimination.
  • March 16-20: (Resources) A spotlight on current resources and creation of new ones that can address mental health disparities in the bisexual community.
  • March 23-27: (Action) The promotion and development of interventions, policies, and other activities that work to prevent or decrease mental health disparities in the bisexual community.
Bisexual Health Awareness Month launches on Monday, March 2nd on the BRC’s Twitter (with hashtag #bihealthmonth), Facebook, and Tumblr pages. The BRC invites individuals and organizations both in the United States and from around the world to become involved with the campaign and to raise awareness about bisexual mental health disparities in their own communities.

The Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) has been advocating for bisexual visibility and raising awareness about bisexuality throughout the LGBT and straight communities since 1985. The Bisexual Resource Center envisions a world where love is celebrated, regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression. Visit www.biresource.net.

Coos/Douglas/Curry County Gay/Bi Men's Email Group

Coos/Douglas/Curry County Gay/Bi Men's Email Group

This group is for Gay/Bi men living in the Coos, Curry and Douglas county (Oregon). This is to help network and make connections as well as publicize LGBT friendly events.



SASS Monday Night Drop-in Group - Women

SASS Monday Night Drop-in Group
Open to all female-identified sexual assault survivors (past and present) who are 18+. Group is held Mondays from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 591 W. 19th Ave. in Eugene. Cost is FREE. Call 541-343-7277 for more information. (Doors are locked at 7:05 p.m.)
Contact person:
Shanta Kamath
541-484-9791 x 312

Eugene Gay Men's Social Network (EGMSN)

LGBTIQA Weekly Drop-In Group

Sexual Assault Support Services has restarted its weekly drop-in support group for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Intersex, Queer and/or Asexual survivors of sexual assault, abuse, or harassment past or recent. The group requires an interview to be eligible to drop-in at any weekly group session after screening. To join and receive more information, please call 541-484-9791 x312.

LGBTQ AA Meeting

The Lambda Group of Alcoholics Anonymous is an open meeting for gays, lesbians, bi-sexuals, transgender and queer community in recovery. We are a straight-friendly group, so please know that you are also welcome.

The 3rd Sunday of each month the meeting topic is Sexual Identity In Recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

The Lambda AA Group meets every Sunday at 5:00 P.M. at the First Christian Church located at 1166 Oak St. Eugene, OR

New Website UOUT - Univ of Oregon LGBTQ students

The University of Oregon would like to announce the publication of our new website- UOUT available at http://lgbt.uoregon.edu   The purpose of the site is to serve as a resource for current and prospective students around issues of sexual orientation, gender identity, campus involvement, ally building, and social justice.   Over the next few months we will continue to add content and improve the information available.
We are excited about a few potential links to the community and hope folks will contact us in these areas if they want to be included in our information.
      If you are provider of a service that offers something SPECIFIC to LGBTQ students, ie. Counseling, health and wellness, attorney’s in areas unique to LGBTQ issues, please contact us through program@uoregon.edu.  We will be culling through local resources to best meet the questions and needs of the LGBTQ students on our campus.  We do not have the capacity to list every service and there are tons of other websites that do that but please consider asking.  We will NOT be making recommendations for any one person or service but just offering a location for referral.  If you are interested please send the email to program@uoregon.edu with the following information:
       Name and contact information/website etc.
      Type of Services
       Statement about specific relationship to lgbt students
      If your field requires licensure please identify your participation in that program- mental health professionals, attorneys etc.
      Any other information that would be helpful: eg- sliding scale fees, close to campus experience with students already
      If you facilitate a local support, discussion or social group for LGBTQA folks and would like to be listed here http://lgbt.uoregon.edu/GetInvolved/SocialOpportunities.aspx  please let us know.  Also- check if your group is already listed and if the contact information is correct.
      If you are affiliated with a spiritual or religious organization that has an welcoming congregation for LGBTQ people please let us know.  We would really appreciate some community recommendations for this piece so we know our LGBTQ students who are looking for welcoming and supportive spaces don’t end up in places that are not being truthful about their purpose.  Once we get a list of those we will put those here  http://lgbt.uoregon.edu/GetSupport/CommunityResources.aspx
Please be patient as we collect all of this information and get it posted to our website.  If you see any incorrect information please email us as well and we will do our best to correct that.  We are looking forward to some wonderful community partnerships.
Chicora Martin
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender Education & Support Services and
Assistant Dean, Office of the Dean of Students

New Lane Transgender Yahoo Group

While some transgender people in Lane County experience strong social support, I've noticed it can be pretty difficult for people to find support who are new to the community and/or who are new to identifying as transgender. To address that problem in one small way, I started an email list for the use of transgender people and allies in Lane County who want a way to connect with others.

If you are a transgender person or ally, please consider joining and sending a message introducing yourself to the group. Or, consider forwarding this message to someone who is. Thanks for your attention to this!

Ron Unger

Click to join Lanetrans

Wild Women Coffee Club

Wild Women Saturday Coffee Club
We meet at 10:00 am every Saturday, at a variety of coffee shops in town. Please contact me at wildwomencoffeeclub@gmail.com for location info or to be put on the mailing list.

Queer Eugene Facebook Resources - Links

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List of community/movement GLBT archives/libraries

Here is a list of many lgbt libraries/archives. They deserve support, donations of time, materials, energy and money, in saving our 60 years of history in working for civil/equal rights for homosexual Americans. (Courtesy of Gayellow Pages)

Burritt Library (CT) gagliardi@ccsu.edu

Gay & Lesbian Archives of the Pacific NW (Portland) info@glpn.org

Gerberhart Library (Chicago) info@gerberhart.org

GLBT Archives of Philadelphia Archives (gay center) archives@waygay.org

GLBT Historical Society (San Francisco) info@glbthistory.org

GLBT History Month (Equality Forum) PA info@equalityforum.com

GLBTQ Inc info@glbtq.com

Gulf Coast Archive & Museum (Houston) info@gcam.org

Happy Foundation (Gene Elder) (San Antonio) elder4tomato@yahoo.com

Homosexual Information Center (Inc) LA and L.A.(Cal State, Northridge) tangentgroup.org, ctgrant@mac.com

James C. Hormel Gay & Lesbian Center, San Francisco ( part of city library)

June Mazer Lesbian Archives (West Hollywood) mazerarchives@earthlink.net

Kinsey Institute, not just glbt Kinsey@indiana.edu

Lambda Archives of San Diego info@lambdaarchives.org

Lavender library, Archives & Cultural Exchange of Sacramento info@lavenderlibrary.org

Leather Archives archives@leatherarchives.org

Lesbian and Gay Archives Roundtable

Lesbian Herstory Archives (New York) lesbianherstoryarchives.org

LGBT Religious Archives network info@lgbtran.org

Lombardi-Nash (have urania manuscript) FL mal123nash@aol.com,

Madeline Davis GLBT Archives of Western New York-Buffalo phoenix.md@verizon.net

Milwaukee LGBT History project webmaster@mkelgbthist.org

Museum of Sex info@museumofsex.com

Nancy & Joe McDonald Rainbow Library (OK) okeq.org ?

National Archives of GLBT History (gay center) archive@gaycenter.org

National Museum of Women in Arts (DC) no address

Northeast Ohio LGBT Archives (Cleveland) reference@wrhs.org

Northwest Lesbian @ Gay History Museum Project lgbthistorynw.org

Ohio Lesbian Archives ohiolesbianarchives@yahoo.com

ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives L. A. (USC) askone@onearchives.org

outhistory.org (CLAGS, New york project)

Pacific Northwest Lesbian Archives lisa@pnwlesbianarchives.org

Phil Johnson Historic Archives & Research Library & Gay Center) Dallas library@rcdallas.org

Quatrefoil Library (MN) info@qlibrary.org

Sexual Minorities Archives (Northhampton MA) betpower@yahoo.com

Stonewall library &Archives (FL) info@stonewall-library.org

Sunflower Archives (KS) mfarchives@aol.com
Also glbt archives at University of Kansas

Terry Mangan Memorial Library (gay center CO) info@glbtcolorado.org

Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies (MN) trett007@umn.edu

William Nichols Archives (at University of Louisville) willnich@aol.com & kyarchives@aol.com


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