Free HIV & STI Testing on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month - Testing offered in partnership with AIDS Activities Office at Lehigh Valley Hospital and Allentown Health Bureau.
No insurance or residency requirements.
Parents of Trans Kids is a support group for parents of children of any age who identify as transgender, gender creative, non-binary, and other non-conforming gender identities.
If you have a child ages 14-21, they can attend Project SILK on the first floor of Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center for the duration of the Parents of Trans Kids meeting. Project SILK is a brave space for LGBT youth and their social networks to be themselves.
The Legal Clinic at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center connects people with pro bono attorneys who are specialists in the LGBT legal needs. Attorney Josh Shulman will be available to answer questions about:
- Wills and other legal Documents
- Name & Gender Changes
The 4th Tuesday of every month from 6:30pm to 8:00PM.
Casual, drop-in discussion group for transguys and transmasculine non-binary people over the age of 18.
A Space for Aces meets every 4th Wednesday from 7 to 8:15PM at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center.
A casual, drop-in community discussion group for asexual, graysexual, demisexual, and aromantic folks, as well as anyone who finds themselves under the umbrella of asexuality.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center's new Queer People of Color group hosts an OPEN MIC NIGHT on September 1 at 5:30PM featuring guest performers Najee DuWon, LydiaJoy, Gendi, Justice Davis and DJ Stay G.
Want to perform too? Text (610) 609-2361 to reserve a spot.
All are welcome. This is a sober social event at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, no alcohol will be served.
The Reel Queer Film Series at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center present a free community screening of Reaching for the Moon, a film the New York Times called "a drama about the tempestuous love affair between the American poet Elizabeth Bishop and the Brazilian landscape architect Carlota de Macedo Soares". Following the screening, Nandini Sikand, Associate Professor of Film & Media Studies at Lafayette College, will facilitate a talk back.
Winner of the Audience Award at The San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, this sumptuous period piece recounts the mid-life years of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Elizabeth Bishop. In 1951, the then obscure woman writer decides to take a trip—”the geographic cure,” her friend Robert “Cal” Lowell (Treat Williams) teases. And so Elizabeth Bishop (Miranda Otto of The Lord of the Rings film trilogy) sets sail for Rio de Janeiro and a life-changing relationship with the wealthy, and very butch, architect Lota de Macedo Soares. Pampered by the extravagant Lota, Elizabeth writes, wins awards, and is feted by Rio society. But problems lurk: Elizabeth’s alcoholism, Lota’s difficulties building Rio’s Flamengo Park, and a government coup.
Director Bruno Barreto beautifully captures the vibrant feel of design-conscious mid-century Brazil; however, it’s the sharp writing, smoldering on-screen chemistry, and stellar performances (particularly by Brazilian telenovela star Gloria Pires) that make this lavish big-screen adaptation of a messy, yet gloriously romantic, relationship so deeply satisfying.
Watch the film's trailer here:
This is a sober social event. No alcohol will be served.
The Reel Queer Film Series is funded in part by support from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
J.P. Morgan Private Bank, Kevin Leigh - Executive Director
Monthly peer-led trans meetup on the second Saturday of each month in Bethlehem. These monthly gatherings provide a safe space for members and guests to meet. Doors open at 7pm and the meeting starts at 7:30pm. Attendees can dress in any way they are comfortable. There are changing rooms available if you’d like to change after you arrive.
Lehigh Valley Renaissance is a program of Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center.
Free HIV & STI Testing on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month - Testing offered in partnership with AIDS Activities Office at Lehigh Valley Hospital and Allentown Health Bureau
No insurance or residency requirements.
The Library at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center welcome the community to the September Community Book Discussion featuring The HIV Monologues by Patrick Cash.
Community Book Discussions at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center are engaging, participatory community events. A limited number of free copies of the book is available in advance at the center (contact Kathleen at Kathleen@bradburysullivancenter.org).
Discussion is facilitated by Mary Foltz, Associate Professor of English at Lehigh University.
Sponsored by Lehigh University's Humanities Center, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, Pride Center, and Digital Humanities Initiative.
Reviews of The HIV Monologues
'Hot on the heels of the extremely successful Chemsex Monologues , comes another masterful meditation from author Pat Cash... one of the finest pieces of work to date from one of our absolute favourite authors... The HIV Monologues is a piece that, while full of optimism, doesn’t shy away from the very real prejudices that are still aimed at HIV positive people to this very day. It’s educational and informative, but at the play’s centre are characters that walk off the page and straight into our hearts.' Gay Times
'The devastating impact of HIV has been explored a number of times before on stage...But none has taken this toxic subject by the short and curlies and really got under its skin in the way Patrick Cash has done here in HIV Monologues. Braver still is its title, a blatant refusal to shy away from the theme which lies within.' British Theatre Guide
This is a sober social event at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. No alcohol will be served.