The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

at 208 W 13th St, New York, 10011 United States

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center 208 W 13 St New York, NY 10011 | 212.620.7310 | www.gaycenter.org


The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
208 W 13th St
New York , NY 10011
United States
Contact Phone
P: (212) 620-7310
Website
https://gaycenter.org

Description

Established in 1983, New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center empowers people to lead healthy, successful lives. The Center celebrates our diversity and advocates for justice and opportunity. Each year, The Center welcomes more than 300,000 visits to our building in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan from people who engage in our life-changing and life-saving activities. We are proud to be your community Center. To learn more about our work, please visit gaycenter.org.

Opening time

  • Sundays: 09:00- 21:00
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 22:00
  • Fridays: 09:00- 22:00
  • Thursdays: 09:00- 22:00
  • Wednesdays: 09:00- 22:00
  • Tuesdays: 09:00- 22:00
  • Mondays: 09:00- 22:00

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Garden Party is just over a month away. We can't wait to kick off Pride Week with you. Get your ticket at gaycenter.org/gardenparty today!

Published The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center on 2016-05-18 15:09:48 GMT

Please share this and please everyone share this on your walls Dear Mum. I have tried sending this to everybody but i haven't got them all in my contacts, So i will be doing a list of everything bad thats happened to me since going into foster care to explain why ive done what ive done. Feel free to release this to anybody you like. Shows how 'safe' you are when you're under social care. Starting with *****. From the first few days me and him started talkig properly he had - Constantly forced me to 'play' fight with him, even though he knew I was alot weaker than him, he would use this against me by flooring me and digging me in my arm. - Bruised me head to toe where hes just walked upto me and punched me for no reason. ( Photos attached ) - What started out as a joke he took to far, as we played mini cooper digs and i was playing super gentle but he was hitting me full pelt when i told him to be gentle he was hurting me he just kept saying '' I dont know my own strength'' and after he continuously hit be around 18 times on my right arm her hit me on my left, then when it got to a point i realised he wouldnt stop hitting me everytime he saw one of these cars ( he even made up seeing them by saying they sped off ) I had to tell him if he was going to continue hitting me to hit my back ( I was on call to ***** when I said this and also a few times when he hit me ) 0 - Constantly would come into my room and i had to threaten to tell fc everytime or to shout her if he was dis behaving and he just said '' you wouldnt'' and wouldnt leave me alone - He would come into my room and force me into pillow fights where he genuinly would hit me hard - Stole a total of £25 off me and denied it all ive only had £5 of this recorded with michaela as i was scared if i told her hed blame his punishment on me - If i ever said I'd tell anyone about all this he'd guilt trip me about him getting grounded - When grounded he would pester me in my room - He would constantly say things like '' your weird, youre really annoying, Youre an idiot, Youre not doing it right ( No matter what it wad from sayings like ' Oooo Bellend to football) which has now left me really upset to the point i know say to people I know im really weird and annoying and not right in the head ( Then Id make a excuse like say ive got some issue ) So they wont point it out. - Theres bruises hes caused before from grabbing me punching me that Ive shown my mum in contact before when my mum asked the worker to ensure he stopped but i told her to leave it as i cba with the hassle because i was scared hed make me feel guilty - Got his mates to contact me and Contacted my Girlfriend asking her where i was, and said '' Apparently ive been beating her up * Laughing Emoji* - Hit me in school, came upto me punched my arm so i told him stop he did it again so i pushed him into a locker so he punched me really hard i lost my temper and slammed him into a locker and a teacher had to split us up - Constantly gave me dead arms and dead Legs and punched me in my thigh for no reason - Kept throwing an Eraser at me 5 times to the point i had to kick him so he threw it at me really hard and wouldnt let me take it off him to get him to stop then sulked at me when i kicked him even though hes bruised my stomach in three places - Booted a ball in my face and said it was an accident gave me a sligh black eye ( Mums seen in contact ) claimed he was aiming for the goal when i was no way near it - Called me a hypocondriact and said i didnt have anything wrong with me i just wanted the attention Theres probably more but not what i can think of off the top of my head Next is My fc she: - She constantly dismissed my mental health, and always made me feel as if she felt i was a faker. a burden on her or as if i shouldnt feel the way i did - Always made out her kids were the best. the brightest or the worst off in even the slightest of scenarios - Just the way she treated me generally pissed me off so bad My fcs mother she: - She said i couldnt tell people i was Bi sexual - Lied about saying i couldnt wear boys trousers when she clearly said that - Tried talking me out of going to CAMHS and made out i didnt need it - Accused us of doing stuff when we hadnt until corrected - was asleep, or left me home alone when im at high risk ad have suicidle tendancys Now whilst ive been there ive - Self harmed 9 times attempted suicide once had many many suicidle thoughts had over 5 major breakdowns and had many mini ones felt the worst mentally ever Had terrible nights sleep been able to go anywhere, graft, had chances to hotbox on weed, pretty much do what i want had really bad nightmares seen my step dad who sexually inticed me and what i believe made a move to sexually assault me over 6 times been driven past his mosque and where these scenarios happened a few times basically lost my rights as a human PLUS MANY MORE and the best part is I was severly really happy at home with my mum, I have no intentions on going back to manchester anytime soon, the social workers lie, twist my words and just dont care. I would much rather stay here in chesterfield. try and take me back all you want it wont happen ill just run further away. Many thanks Child aged 15 yrs Sent to her mother last night via emal)

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I'm all for people marrying who they want! If they want to marry their horse go for it! My older brother (who is now in heaven) was gay and I love him with all my heart! I'm not a homophobe or racist or sexist! If it doesn't affect my life I'm a live and let live type person! But this, this is ridiculous! This has all the potential of affecting my life because it opens the flood gates to sick fucks in this world and I have a daughter! I'm not naïve enough to think that sick people wouldn't enter bathrooms and do terrible things anyhow but this will allow it to happen exponentially more! I'm not against transgenders I just believe that sometimes life isn't fair, how many times have we all heard that? Well someone needs to tell transgender people life isn't fair and for the betterment of society we can not allow this to happen because evil people in this world will use it to take advantage of innocent women and children! So transgenders take one for team humanity and suck it up because life isn't fair!

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Where everyone is celebrated for who they are.
The Center is the heart and home of NYC’s LGBT community, providing programs for health, wellness and community connection.
As the foundation for connection, The Center is where we celebrate the invaluable contributions the LGBT community has made to arts and culture throughout history.
We provide the only outpatient substance use treatment program specifically for the LGBT community and licensed by the NY State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment.
From mental health to physical health, HIV and AIDS prevention and support to gender identity, The Center is here to help you enhance your quality of life, and to support you in addressing life’s challenges.
Whether you’re looking to strengthen your connection to each other or explore starting a family, you’ll find services and programs created to support and guide you at The Center.
Here, you’ll always be among friends and supporters.
For LGBTQ youth ages 13–21, we provide a safe environment where you can connect with others who share your experience—and prepare for your future!
Access a wide range of general, NYC and professional resources so that you can find the LGBT-specific support and service options you need to lead the happy, healthy, connected life you deserve.
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