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Transgender Dating South Africa Gold Bookmark Top Rated Bookmark Popular Bookmark 

Transgender Dating South Africa - friends, dating, love and activities for Transgender People and their admirers.

Cape Town Pride Top Rated Bookmark 

The Pride of the Mother City...

Good Hope MCC Top Rated Bookmark 

An inclusive Christian community in Cape Town that celebrates diversity in a safe environment. It is our mission to spread the love of God in an affirmative and inclusive manner to all people of our community and beyond regardless of gender, race, language, culture or sexual orientation.

Triangle Project Top Rated Bookmark 

The vision of Triangle Project is to develop visible and confident lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) people in communities that are in control of their mental, physical and emotional health.

Jewish OutLook Top Rated Bookmark 

Jewish OutLook is the new South African Jewish Organisation catering for the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgendered and Intersex Community. It has been formed by a group of dynamic individuals in the wake of the highly successful tour of the film called ?Trembling Before G-D? to South Africa along with its director Sandi Dubowski and the Gay Orthodox Rabbi Steven Greenberg. This highlighted the need to form a LGBTI Group here in South Africa.

Behind the Mask Top Rated Bookmark 

A website magazine on lesbian and gay affairs in Africa.

Gmax Top Rated Bookmark 

A web based magazine

The Gay and Lesbian Archives (GALA) at Wits University

GALA provides a permanent institutional home for the wide range of historical and archival material relating to gay and lesbian experience in South Africa. It aims to be a source of information to the public and to serve as a catalyst for generating


OUT was started in 1994. It is one of the oldest gay and lesbian organisation in South Africa. OUT has three offices: Tshwane central (Arcadia) and in Mamelodi and Atteridgeville townships.

Joint Working Group (JWG)

The Joint Working Group often speaks on gay and lesbian issues and in the past has commented on matters such as the Civil Union act, the ban by the South African Blood Transfusion Services on the donation of blood by gay men.

  Cape Town Lesbians

A blog from Cape Town, to will keep you updated on all the essentials of being lesbian in Cape Town

Out In Africa Film Festival

Out In Africa National Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, is running in 2008 for the 15th year.

Pride Shelter Trust

This non-profit organisation is currently raising funds to establish and manage a shelter offering short-term accommodation to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people during crisis periods.

IAM (Inclusive and Affiming Ministries)

IAM has a vision of a welcoming and affirming South African religious society where LGBTI people can participate fully and grow in their spiritial, psychological and sexual identity as human beings. IAM works towards this vision through programmes that support and empower the LGBTI community and stimulate dialogue as the alternatie to debate regarding sexual orientation.

Gays & Lesbians of Zimbabwe

The Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ) is a universitas voluntary association. It was founded in 1990 for purposes of serving the needs and interests of LGBTI people in Zimbabwe and pushing for social tolerance of sexual minorities and the repeal of homophobic legislation.

The Inner Circle

The Inner Circle is an advocate for a minority within minorities along a 3-dimentional plane - gay and Muslim, while simultaneously offering the world the unique South African experience.


Our society deals with the needs, concerns and issues of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) students on campus. However, our membership is open to everyone who supports our aims and values, regardless of sexual orientation. We have a two-pronged approach to our work: an inward-looking one where we attend to and nurture our members and an outward-looking one where we work to educate and inform the Wits community about LGBTI issues and make campus a safe and free environment for LGBTI students.

Mamba Online

Large, well known South African Online News website


Forum for the Empowerment of Women (FEW), established in January 2002, is a networking, empowerment and support organisation of and for black lesbians in and around Johannesburg. Our objectives include the provision of a safe space, social and otherwise, in which black lesbians can be free to express themselves, and interact in healthy, non-threatening ways; development, empowerment and skills education for black lesbians; and political representation of their interests.

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