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All The LGBTQIA+ Resources Displayed in MoPOP's 'Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement' Exhibition

Wall of Community Resources inside 'Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement' at MoPOP

As you take your final steps through the Museum of Pop Culture's newest exhibition, Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement, you may have noticed the wall of LGBTQIA+ resources to your left. The resources are organized under five themes: Community, Arts, Healthcare, Activism, and Youth. If some of the LGBTQIA+ organizations listed under each category caught your eye but you just didn't have time to scan its tiny QR code, we've gone ahead and compiled all of the wall's information and links right here on! Check them out below.


Seattle Pride

Seattle Pride coordinates and promotes LGBTQIA+ pride events in the Seattle area—celebrating the present, envisioning the future and honoring the past including Seattle Out & Proud (commonly referred to as a Seattle Pride), the Seattle Pride Parade, Seattle Pride in the Park, and the Seattle Pride Guide. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

GenPRIDE (Generations Aging with Pride)

GenPRIDE provides a programming centered on health/wellness, socializing, learning, and entertainment to the Greater Seattle LGBTQIA+ community. They operate the GenFriends Outreach Program putting volunteers in touch with local elders for socializing and companionship. They are excited to function as the ground floor tenant in Capitol Hill’s future LGBTQ+ Affirming affordable housing building, created in part with Community Roots Housing. Visit


GLSEN Washington State is a chapter of GLSEN, a national organization fighting for every student’s right to a safe, supportive education. GLSEN Washington State is a grassroots initiative, working locally in our community to ensure safe schools for all students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. Visit

Pride Asia

Part of the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA), a federation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations, Pride Asia hosts events like Pride Asia Fest and the Rice Ball to raise awareness and mutual aid for the community. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Utopia Seattle

Our mission is to provide sacred spaces to strengthen the minds and bodies of QTPIs through community organizing, community care, civic engagement, and cultural stewardship. Our four main pillar programs include, Sex Workers Empowerment Initiative (SWEI), COVID-19 Response, Community Organizing and Cultural Empowerment. Visit

Gay City

Today, Gay City remains the leading HIV/STI tester in King County, home to several LGBTQ-affirming services, and provides access to hundreds of resources. The organization is also an active force in queer youth engagement and provides LGBTQ-centered trainings that address the needs of the most marginalized people within our community. Visit


Babeland is a queer-founded and feminist-operated sex toy shop offering inclusive and accessible sex-positive education and information, and celebrating sexual health and pleasure for all. Visit

Emerald City Black Pride

As part of the Center for MultiCultural Health, the mission of the event is to promote the health and well-being of diverse communities--including individuals from communities of color, individuals with limited English proficiency, immigrants and refugees--through innovative health advocacy, health promotion, disease prevention, and immigrant and refugee service programs. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Entre Hermanos

To promote the health and well-being of the Latino Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment through disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:


An all-inclusive LGBTQI (and Questioning) confidential meeting space for individuals in the greater Seattle area that have ever identified as Muslim. They aim to build a supportive and conscious community through solidarity. They view solidarity as unity amongst folx with the common interest of removing the isolation our identities often cause. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Team Seattle

Team Seattle was founded in 1986 for the express purpose of organizing Seattle's team to Gay Games II in San Francisco. Since then, Team Seattle's mission has broadened to include all aspects of promoting and expanding opportunities for lesbian and gay participation in all forms of organized sport. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:


Rainbow City Performing Arts

An organization of performance ensembles creating an inclusive and diverse environment for musical expression that promotes the equity and visibility of people in the LGBTQIA+ community. We firmly believe that everyone is an artist. Through rehearsals and community performances and events we work to provide open spaces for everyone to make music/art, make friends, and make a difference. Visit

Diverse Harmony

Based in Seattle, Washington, our chorus presents music that opens the hearts and minds of communities and provides a safe environment for youth of diverse backgrounds to share their love of music and be accepted for who they are. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Intersections Festival

Intersections is a local comedy festival focused on equity, inclusion, and representation. We showcase performers in improv, sketch, stand-up, spoken word, music, theatre, dance, burlesque, drag, storytelling, and more, focusing on inclusion in terms of race, gender, disability, and LGBTQIA+. We hope these performances bring new voices to the forefront, and spark conversation and action for social justice and representation in our community. Visit

Three Dollar Bill Cinema

Three Dollar Bill Cinema strengthens, connects, and reflects diverse communities through queer film and media with events and screenings all year. Trans Film Festival, Outdoor Screenings on Capitol Hill, and the Seattle Queer Film Festival in addition to other programs. For resources or to get involved:

Seattle Men's Chorus + Seattle Women's Chorus 

Our voices transform society through innovative and entertaining programs that build community, illuminate the experiences of LGBTQ people and their allies, expand inclusion, and inspire justice. The renowned Seattle Women's Chorus and Seattle Men’s Chorus together make the largest community choral organization in North America, and stand out among the largest LGBTQ-identified choruses in the world. We're among the Pacific Northwest’s most vibrant music organizations, performing for an annual audience of more than 30,000 patrons across the Puget Sound. For resources or to get involved:

Wall of Community Resources inside 'Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement' at MoPOP


Bailey-Boushay House

Bailey-Boushay House provides exceptional and compassionate care to people with HIV/AIDS as well as end-of-life care for people with complex conditions, including ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), Huntington’s disease and cancer. Bailey-Boushay House, which is located in Seattle’s Madison Valley neighborhood, has been owned and operated by Virginia Mason since it opened in 1992. As a community resource, the facility provides an array of programs for people with HIV/AIDS, including a licensed, 35-bed skilled nursing home; end-of-life care; a comprehensive outpatient program; chemical dependency outreach services; a homeless shelter and housing stability programs. Visit

Lifelong AIDS Alliance

We remove barriers to health with relentless compassion so that no one faces illness and injustice alone. In the 1980’s, elected officials and other local and national leaders displayed unspeakable cruelty and bigotry when they refused to support the services and research needed to combat the early surge of the HIV epidemic. A handful of volunteers witnessed their friends, partners, and neighbors neglected and left to die. They were compelled to fight back, and mobilized the community to unite against injustice. They made a lifesaving difference in the lives of thousands through assembly of chore wheels, hospital visitation calendars, and the establishment of new non-profit organizations. They helped create us, Northwest AIDS Foundation, Chicken Soup Brigade, and Evergreen Wellness Advocates, which became Lifelong. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Seattle Counseling Service

Founded in 1969, Seattle Counseling Service is proud to be the oldest LGBTQ-focused community mental health agency in the world. Started as part of the Dorian Society in Seattle, SCS later expanded to become an independent organization in 1969. SCS works with other King County Mental Health Providers to advocate on behalf of the LGBTQ community in the mental health system. Services include substance use disorder services; support groups; harm reduction programs; HIV prevention programs; peer-led outreach; and, immigrant, refugee, and undocumented outreach. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Seattle Children's Gender Clinic

Seattle Children's is the only multidisciplinary clinic in our region for youth who are transgender or gender nonconforming. Seattle Children’s Gender Clinic cares for children, adolescents and young adults: whose gender identity is different from their sex at birth and who do not identify with traditional definitions of male or female. The Gender Clinic accepts new patients age 17.5 and younger and provides gender-affirming care to people up to age 21. The clinic's mission is to fully accept and treat each individual with respect, give each person personalized care, follow current best practices for transition-related treatments, and refer patients to surgical treatment, as needed. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:


NW Network

The NW Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse works to end violence and abuse by building loving and equitable relationships in our community and across the country. The NW Network increases our communities’ ability to support the self-determination and safety of bisexual, transgender, lesbian and gay survivors of abuse through education, organizing and advocacy. We work within a broad liberation movement dedicated to social and economic justice, equality and respect for all people and the creation of loving, inclusive and accountable communities. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Gender Justice League

Gender Justice League is a Washington State gender and sexuality civil and human rights organization headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Join Gender Justice League in standing with Transgender Service Members. We have filed a federal lawsuit against the Trump Administration challenging the constitutionality of the ban on transgender military service people. For resources or to get involved:

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, The Abbey of St. Joan

We are a non-profit community supporting and supported group of non-religiously affiliated “queer” Nuns who are here to help serve those that are in need locally and across the world. Our Mission: We are an order of twenty-first century nuns dedicated to the promulgation of universal joy and the expiation of stigmatic guilt. We work to raise money for AIDS charities, fight for queer rights and visibility, do safer sex outreach, and strive diligently to keep our sense of humor, never taking ourselves so seriously that we forget to have fun. We gladly welcome all races, creeds, genders, and sexual orientations. Visit

Legal Voice

Legal Voice pursues justice for all women and LGBTQ people in the Northwest, through groundbreaking litigation, legislative advocacy, and legal rights education. Identify: We learn from our clients, allies, partners, and community members about practices and laws that stand in the way of equality. Act: In collaboration with our community, we analyze the issues and decide the best path forward. Our solutions include a combination of: Lawsuits: We bring cases that change the law or the way a law is interpreted, creating an impact for others in the community. Advocacy: We draft and advocate for policies that improve the lives of women and LGBTQ people, and defend against bills that will roll back the progress we've made. Education: We educate communities about their rights through community forums, collaborations, and free know-your-rights materials. Assess: We seek input from affected communities to ensure the solution resulted in meaningful change, and hold accountable those in positions of power who violate the new laws or policies. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Wall of Community Resources inside 'Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement' at MoPOP


Camp Ten Trees

Camp Ten Trees is a place for diverse youth who come together and form a community. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Youth Care at Orion Center

Through a variety of services, YouthCare works with homeless youth to provide education, housing, counseling, and other services. For resources, assistance, or to get involved:

Lambert House

Lambert House empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth through the development of leadership, social, and life skills. Lambert House provides opportunities for LGBTQ+ youth; most of whom are socially isolated from peers, adults, or both; to meet peers, make friends, and receive mentoring and support from adults. Through a myriad of programming, social connection, and support, we make it less likely that LGBTQ+ youth will experience negative health outcomes that LGBTQ+ youth are known to experience at higher rates (suicide, addiction, homelessness, anxiety/depression, etc.), while youth make the world a better place for themselves and each other. Visit

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