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Queer Albuquerque

LBGTQ & Friends. A site to communicate about LBGTQ events and activities. If you have information, share. If you need information, ask.

Location: Albuquerque, NM
Members: 286
Latest Activity: Jun 28

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Contact the group admins: Vince and Danny

Albuquerque's Community Forum

GLBTQ Community Center!

There is a long and ongoing disucussion about where the GLBTQ community can call "home" in Albuquerque. Is it a local bar, or maybe a welcoming church, maybe an informal gathering in a restaurant?…Continue

Tags: CommunityCenter, Albuquerque, LBGTQ

Started by vinceinburque Jun 28.

New Mexico Gay Men's Chorus: A question and an answer

We were recently asked...Why does the name of your chorus say "Gay Men's"?Why would a chorus base itself on sexual orientation? Well, here's why...Gay and Lesbian choruses began forming over 35 years…Continue

Tags: Chorus, Men, Gay, Albuquerque, NMGMC

Started by vinceinburque May 9.

Events, Please

Hi everyone -please remember that if you happen to see or hear about an event you think the LBGTQ community may be interested in post it here.  I suggest that posting be done a week or two beforehand…Continue

Started by vinceinburque Apr 28.

NM GLBT Resources

Broadway Backwards

A Concert Presented by Singing Out LGBTA Chorus of Las Cruces Directed by Robert Randall May 11 2013 at 7:00 PM May 12 2013 at 3:00 PM Peace Lutheran Church 1701 Missouri Ave, Las Cruces Tickets can be purchased at Spirit Winds or at the door for $10

Benefit for Camp Corazones

The New Mexico Community AIDS Partnership volunteer team is putting on a fundraiser next month that will benefit Camp Corazones, which is a summer camp for children and families infected or impacted by HIV. The event will be a talent show, and will have drag acts.  The events will be on May 11th and May […]

We are now connected to Facebook!

Hello everyone!  I have just been making some changes to NMGLBT.ORG and hopefully will be making it easier to use.  I am trying out a new way to view the site on your mobile devices, and will be trying out other updates as I go along. The main aim for this site is to first […]

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Comment by Michelle Wood on April 28, 2014 at 9:12am

Hi All,

Since 1985 UNM Truman Health Services has been helping HIV-positive patients manage their illness. We work with everyone in the Albuquerque area regardless of their ability to pay and offer free rapid HIV and Hepatitis testing on Tuesdays from 8:00 AM to noon and on Thursdays from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM. We also offer Men's and Women's HIV-positive support groups. These are a safe place for HIV-positive patients to come and share their experiences and learn from others with HIV.

For more information you can contact THSinfo@unmmg.org for our address and any other information. Thanks!

Comment by Aleta Mason on January 3, 2014 at 9:10am

oh, forgot,  heres link to my website for Psychic readings- http://www.IsisWing.com

and I am also a Pet Sitter- http://www.PetSitterAbq.com

Let me know if you need my services OR if you want to hang out. Looking for gay male and female friends .Happy New Year ! Lets make it a fun one!

Comment by Aleta Mason on January 3, 2014 at 9:08am

Hi everyone. I am a gay woman living outside abq in the east mountains. I want to let all queers know that I am a professional psychic and available for private readings at my Nob Hill office and also for parties. I have done Christmas, New Years, birthdays, Halloween. Consider a Full Moon Psychic Party this summer, outdoors, with candles , lanterns, ambiance. Magical.

Also looking to create a group of gay male and female friends and I am single, open to dating with a kind, smart, fun, attractive female.

I would respond to some of the posts i see here if i knew how ot (i dont see "reply" or even "comment" under the posts ?? sorry tech clueless

Comment by vinceinburque on October 4, 2012 at 6:22pm

Hi, everyone.  Happy Closet Cinema week.  I hope you are enjoying yourselves and the fine film program this year's festival has to offer.  If you haven't gotten to any of the films, do so before the festival ends.

Hope you are planning a wonderful weekend - rest up - because the Balloon Fiesta is upon us, a time when the Albuquerque sky is unwittingly colored in pride ;)

Comment by Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque on August 23, 2012 at 2:25pm

Please join us to the incredible love story:

Kulunka Theater : André & Dorine

September 31 - August 1

7:30pm

Journal Theatre (National Hispanic Cultural Center)

 

You can't miss it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Comment by Redhead on December 17, 2008 at 5:45pm
We'll be visiting Albuquerque in May, 2009, because we'll be relocating there in a few years. We're social nudists, selective swingers and left of center in our political beliefs. We enjoy biking, erotic digital photography, volunteer work and much more.

We’ll be visiting New Mexico this next May (2009) and we have lots of questions since we’re planning on relocating there in a few years. We’d appreciate any responses from anyone that has any suggestions for us...

Some of our questions...

-What are the politically progessive/radical groups in Albuquerque?
-Are there any places where we could enjoy some time being nude in the sun without offending others?
-If any of you are familiar with Albuquerque---are there areas that we should really avoid in terms of housing possibilities?
-Does anyone know of any local clubs, groups or organizations that might be related to swinging?

BTW--we both are strong supporters of LGBT rights for a number of reasons and one of us is bi.

Kevin & Amy
Comment by David on November 29, 2008 at 4:12pm
Hi All,

If you have a news story, event announcement or recap, a piece of GLBTQ fiction or other story to share with New Mexico’s GLBTQ community we would love to include it in the December issue of the SW LGBT Press Online. The Southwest LGBT Press Online is the only non-profit GLBTQ news and information source written by the community for the community. Please email any submissions to submissions@nhcv.org by 5:00 PM on Friday December 5th. The December issue will be available online Monday December 8th.

Southwest LGBT Press Online is updated as needed during the month and is always available at www.nhcv.org by clicking on the SW LGBT Press logo.

Thank you for your continued support of the Southwest LGBT Press and Normal Heart Community Ventures.

David Stocum
Board Chair, Normal Heart Community Ventures

“The mission of Normal Heart Community Ventures is to inform, empower and unify the GLBT community of New Mexico and surrounding areas and to promote respect and visibility in the community at large.”
Comment by JR Ramirez on October 28, 2008 at 10:49am
Hello hello, there are many things I miss about Albuquerque, most of which are the amazing friendships I made. I've been living in California for about 7 years now but I always go back and visit NM when I get a chance. I'm glad this group is in existence, so I may keep tabs on what my brothers and sisters are up to back in the 505.
 
 
 

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