Community Resources



  • The Little Gay Shop:  A one-stop shop to purchase artwork exclusively designed by LGBTQIA+ people. By Queers for All. 


  • Cheer Up Charlies: A LGBTQ+ friendly bar that is an Austin staple. They offer indoor and outdoor music, drinks, drag shows & more.

      San Antonio

      • San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce: Exists to foster and promote a positive image of LGBT persons as well as the economic development and vitality of LGBT businesses and the businesses and professional organizations that support them, and, to facilitate the personal, professional and social growth of its Members via the exchange of ideas, resources, information and networking opportunities throughout the greater San Antonio metropolitan area!


      • The Center - Pride Center SA: Serving LGBTQ+/HIV community by providing a safe space and programs & connecting them and their families to community resources and organizations.


      • HRC San AntonioHuman Rights Campaign (HRC) is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve LGBTQ+ equality. The San Antonio branch is always looking for volunteers!


      • Honest Soul Yoga: A female and veteran-owned wellness company. Offering a variety of both private and group yoga classes. Be sure to ask for Lisa! :)


      • UTSA Spectrum: A LGBTQ+ student organization at UTSA. Follow them on Twitter @spectrumatutsa 


      • The HEAT Nightclub: The Heat is a stylish, gay-friendly dance club with DJs, drag shows, multiple bars, a video lounge & patio. The Heat is a part of The Strip SA which welcomes people from all different walks of life. Here in the community you can enjoy yourself freely and confidently.  


      • Dyking Out: A lesbian podcast hosted by comedians Carolyn Bergier & Melody Kamali, who are also IRL lesbians! They talk about all the gay things. Go check them out!


      • Bad Queers: A podcast for people who feel like they came out of the closet and got placed in a box. Go listen to Kris and Shana from the HER App discuss breaking LGBTQ+ stereotypes. 


      Resources for Students