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Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer Women

San Diego County Resources

ASI LGBTQ Pride Center at Cal State San Marcos
LGBTQ Student Community Center.

Women's Resource Center

The mission of the Women's Resource Center (WRC) at the San Diego LGBT Community Center is to create a safe space where LBT women and their allies will have access to important resources and referrals regarding health care, social services, and community activities.

607 Productions

607 Productions has been active in the lesbian community since August 2006. We strive to throw the hottest lesbian events in the nation. We uniquely design our events to entertain every lesbian's taste.

What started out as the dream of two modern-day lesbians has grown into a movement that sets the bar higher for what lesbians and queer identified individuals can expect across the world. Our mantra that Les is More not only speaks to the old adage that in simplicity we find abundance but also to the visibility we cherish and create for ourselves.

Ladies Laughter Literature: LBTQ Women's Book Club

L3: Ladies Laughter and Literature meets the first Wednesday of each month 7pm-9pm at The Center (3909 Centre Street, San Diego, CA 92103). There is great variety in the books chosen, but we primarily read fiction. Books are selected each month by popular vote. We also enjoy getting together for related activities such as movies, dinner, etc. We always welcome new members. Stop by and join us!

Lesbians In North County (LINC)

We are a grassroots organization that provides a safe and open environment for women seeking support and social activities. We  coordinate social activities, sponsor events, and provide a network for our community. As a collective body, we are a powerful voice and a visible sign for our integration into the greater community.

San Diego Bisexual Women's Meetup

An inclusive, diverse and fun group where bi women of all backgrounds and ages can meet, socialize and network with other bi women in San Diego County and beyond. We've organized over 100 meetups already, and have more events in the works.

Two Spirit Women

This is a group arising from the second annual twin-spirit women's gathering held in Kumeyaay country in July 2009. This group is open to Native/Indian/First Nations people of all biological genders who identify as women. The group will primarily assist in cross-cultural exchange and sharing, as well as organizing upcoming gatherings.


This web site is a community service for the lesbian community - created by the community, for the community. It is a place to post notices, business listings, discussion topics, photos, email lists, and more. Registered women are able to directly post/modify/delete information without going through "web masters/mistresses". This site is fast becoming The Site for lesbians to stay connected and share common interests and information.

This is a Lesbian only social group for women in San Diego and surrounding areas. We like to do many social activities including movie nights, bbq's, fundraisers, hiking, biking, softball, bowling and just plain hanging out. There are monthly meetings to meet new members as well as brainstorming for new activities. No membership dues are required at this time. Members must be at least 21 years old to join. We look forward to meeting you!

Our goal is to bring women together in an atmosphere of friendship, to promote riding and to instill a sense of adventure. We will continue to welcome all women motorcyclists where we can come together as friends with a common interest, to have fun, and to do some good when we can.


On the Web

National Center for Lesbian Rights
The National Center for Lesbian Rights is a national legal organization committed to advancing the civil and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education.

Femme Noir

A web portal for queer women of color. Femmenoir has the information you want to know about the folks that are makin it happen. From breast cancer to events to fashion to travel to comfort food and politics. "FemmeNoir is about community and bringing that community closer to other lesbians of color."

Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project

Promotes the creation, exhibition and distribution of new films and videos that increase the visibility of queer women of color, authentically reflect our life stories, and address the vital social justice issues that concern our communities.

Sisters in the Life

This site offers an opportunity for African American lesbians to write a cyberspace history of their lives. This site just launched in 2000, so check it out and share your stories!

Zuna Institute

Zuna Institute is a not for profit national advocacy organization for Black Lesbians. Its focus is the economic development, education, public policy support, and improved health of its constituents. Through community organizing, training, and networking Zuna institute will focus on eliminating barriers that black lesbian's face within the black community based on sexual orientation and in the LGBT community based on race. Zuna Institute will also host a bi-annual national conference where black lesbians come together to address the issues of our communities and organizations.

Stay connected to the Gender Equity Center!

Phone: 760.750.4988

Email: genderequity@csusm.edu

Website: www.csusm.edu/geneq 

Location: Commons 203

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