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Paris 90-90-90 Targets (2014) PLHIV: 24,700

81%

82%

94%

Paris HIV Care Continuum (2014) PLHIV: 24,700

81%

69%

66%

62%

Mayor's Message

"We all share the same certainty: We no longer have the right to see and bear the worsening of the HIV epidemic when solutions exist. And because these solutions exist, we have no excuse for inaction. AIDS is a political fight, so I want to say it loud and clear: Paris is committed to ending the AIDS epidemic."

- Anne Hidalgo
Mayor of Paris, France
HIV Services
ACTE – Common Trans Association for Equality and Homosexual

11 rue Caillaux, 75013 Paris, France

contact@acthe.fr

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Overview:

“ACTHE aims to promote LGBT rights and support mentality changes. First, it is a place to welcome and listen, to support people in emotional or social difficulty, and to get them out of isolation and eventually to accompany them through their daily steps. Secondly, it is fighting to promote LGBT rights and respect for personal.”

 http://www.acthe.fr/asso/presentation.html

Afrique Avenir

22 Rue des Archives, 75004 Paris, France

+33 1 42 77 41 31

contact@afriqueavenir.fr

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday-Friday 9:30am-4pm

Overview:

The association aims to be a space for exchange and action for people of African descent in France and Europe, and as a platform for facilitation and mediation”

 http://www.afriqueavenir.fr/lassociation/

AIDES

36 Rue Dussoubs, 75002 Paris, France

+33 1 44 82 53 14

3 Rue Guillaumot, 75012 Paris, France

+33 1 53 33 01 55

3 Rue Guillaumot, 75012 Paris, France

+33 9 53 16 50 25

0805 160 011

communications@aides.org

Hour of Operation: M-F 10:00am-6:00pm

Overview:

“Set up by Daniel Defert in 1984 and publically approved in 1990, AIDES is the leading HIV/AIDS organization in France and one of the most important in Europe. The organization is present in over 70 cities in France and has multiple partnerships with organizations abroad.”

 http://www.aides.org/en/about_us

 http://www.aides.org/association/aides-en-quelques-mots

AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) Paris

8 Rue des Dunes 75019 Paris, France

01 75 42 81 25

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Overview:

“Act Up-Paris is an association fighting against AIDS. Created by the homosexual community, it brings together people living with HIV, the activists involved in the fight, men, women, lesbians, gays, bisexuals-, transsexuals, straight, for whom AIDS is not inevitable. Beyond our personal history, we believe that political answers must be made to help end this epidemic. Defeating AIDS is not the sole purview of medicine: it depends, above all, on those who shape, in France and in the world, health policies.”

http://www.actupparis.org/spip.php?article5089

AIDS Solidarity Association

16 bis avenue Parmentier 75011 Paris, France

+01 53 10 22 22

info@solidarite-sida.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-1pm, 2:30pm-6:30pm
  • Friday:9:30pm-1pm, 2:30pm-5:30pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Overview:

“The aim of an association such as Solidarité Sida is to put youth at the forefront of helping those in need, to inform peers or to play a role in denouncing injustices. The association also engages youth by ensuring they work hand in hand with frontline in hopes of achieving its mission. More than a mission, a commitment inspiring hope.”

 http://www.lekiosque.org/le-kiosque

Amicale du Nid – Paris

103 rue La Fayette, 75010 Paris, Escalier A - 2ème étage

01 42 02 38 22

amicaledunid.paris@adn75.fr

Hour of Operation: Permanences avec ou sans rendez-vous : lundi, mardi, mercredi, vendredi de 2pm à 6pm

Overview:

Prostitution is a violence in itself and an offense to personal dignity. Our commitments were born from the refusal to consider prostitution as an activity like any other, especially under the Geneva Convention of 1949, ratified by France in 1960 placing France among abolitionist countries. Since 2011, we joined in the fight for the abolition of the prostitution system and the requirement for its inclusion as a social problem of violence against women

 http://www.amicaledunid.org/index.php/widgetkit

Arcat

94-102 rue de Buzenval 75020 Paris

01 44 93 29 29

info@arcat-sante.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday: 9am-1pm, 2pm-6pm
  • Tuesday: 2pm-6pm
  • Wednesday: 9am-1pm, 2pmh-6pm
  • Thursday: 9am-1pm, 2pm-6pm
  • Friday: 2pm-6pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Overview:

“Arcat, set up in 1985, is the Research, Communication and Advocacy for treatment access Association. It is approved as a charitable organization by law since the 6th of October 2003. Arcat, a historical association fighting HIV/AIDS, gathers professionals and volunteers combining their skills to serve the rights of those living with HIV as well as improve health promotion.”

 http://www.arcat-sante.org/qui-sommes-nous/30-ans-dengagement/

Association of Self-Help Migrant or Trans Precarious in France (ACCEPTESS-T)

39 Bis Boulevard Barbes, 75018 Paris, France

+33 1 42 29 23 67

acceptess-t@hotmail.fr

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday-Wednesday: 10:30pm-6pm
  • Thursday: 1:30pm-6pm

Mission:

“The ACCEPTESS-T association fights against exclusion and all kinds of discrimination related to gender identity, as well as fighting against all violence toward transgender people and their entourage.”

 http://www.inter-lgbt.org/spip.php?article1076

Association Sida Info Service

190 Boulevard de Charonne, 75020 Paris, France

00 33 1 58 91 14 77 / Hotline: 0800 840 800

jltabourin@sis-association.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday-Sunday: 9am-10pm
    • Hotline Available 24 hours

Overview:

“Sida Info Service is a phone service dedicated to everyone, and which allows to answer all questions linked to HIV/AIDS and related issues as well as other pathologies which, due to their prevention or transmission, are similar to HIV. Sida Info Service is listening to everyone: you may be HIV negative, HIV positive, ill or close to someone living with the HIV, taking the screening test or waiting for your results. Every call is welcomed with respect and no judging. Confidentiality allows anyone to speak freely.”

 https://www.sida-info-service.org/?-Appeler-une-ligne-

Aurore

34, boulevard Sébastopol, 75004 Paris

01 73 00 02 30

Hour of Operation: Les heures varient en service

Overview:

“Founded in 1871, every year the organization accommodates, cares for and accompanies more than 20.000 people in a vulnerable position towards social and professional integration. Recognized as useful by the public since 1875, Aurore leans on itsexperience to promote innovative forms of care, adapted to a changing environment. Aurore aims to professionally reintegrate people suffering from exclusion or insecurity.”

 http://aurore.asso.fr/english-presentation

Basiliade

House Beranger: 12 Rue Béranger, 75003 Paris, France

+33 1 48 87 77 77

L’Atelier des Epinettes: 16 rue du Général Brunet, 75019 Paris, France

contact@basiliade.org

Hour of Operation:

  • House Beranger: Monday-Friday 9am-1pm, 2:30pm-5pm
  • L’Atelier des Epinettes: Monday-Friday 2pm-6pm

Overview:

Anchored in the heart of our large cities such as Paris and Lyon, Basiliade is primarily a fieldwork association, which is based on a team of around 80 volunteers and twenty professionals, very invested in two large missions: the welcome, and support of all kinds of people in precarious situations, including those with HIV

 http://www.basiliade.org/basiliade.html

Centre LGBT Paris-IdF

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

01 43 57 21 47

contact@centrelgbtparis.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Mon-Fri: 3:30pm-8pm
  • Sat: 1pm-7pm

Mission:

  • “By its status, the LGBT center aims to lead, organize, or support any =, strategy, event, initiative, or intervention to
  • fight for equal rights and obligations between people;
  • fight against all violence, exclusion and discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity;
  • support health risk prevention efforts in HIV and other sexually transmitted infections;
  • promote the recognition, visibility, and development of lesbians, gays, bisexual, trans or any other person questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity”

http://centrelgbtparis.org/Mission

Chrétiens et Sida

30 Rue Boucry, 75018 Paris, France

+33 1 46 07 89 81

chretiens.sida@gmail.com

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday: 9:30am-5:30pm

Overview:

“‘Chrétiens & Sida’ is an ecumenical association ran by men and women concerned in sharing in the spirit of the gospel, as well as intheir experience in terms of AIDS prevention, support to people living with the HIV, and the fight against the epidemic.”

 http://www.chretiens-sida.org/

Comede

78 Rue de la Division du Général Leclerc, 94250 Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, France

Consolation: 01 45 21 38 40

Rights, Support, Health Care Access Hotline: 01 45 21 63 12

Rights, Support, Health Care Access Hotline: 01 45 21 63 12

Mental Health Hotline: 01 45 21 39 31

Hour of Operation:

  • Consultation: Lundi-Vendredi 13h30-17h30;
  • Permanence téléphonique Droits, Soutien, Accès aux Soins :Lundi-Jeudi 9h30-12h30;
  • Permanence téléphonique médicale: Lundi-Mercredi 14h30-17h30;
  • Permanence téléphonique santé mentale: Mardi et Mercredi 14h30-17h30;

Overview:

The Association aims to

  • provide medical, social and psychological care for people in exile in cases where it is nonexistent or inadequate and to act in favor of it;
  • to participate in the discussion and implementation of actions to improve integration of the exiles in the host country or help them to consider their voluntary return to countries of origin;
  • bear testimony on their situation within the limits of professional secrecy;
  • manage any institution whose activity is related to the goals of the association

 

 http://www.solipam.fr/Comite-medical-pour-les-exiles,267

Comite des Familles

18 rue de la Mare, 75020 Paris, France

01 40 40 90 25

contact@comitedesfamilles.net

Hour of Operation: See calendar for event hours

Overview:

The Committee of Families is an association created by and for people affected by HIV, their families and those who love them, to struggle together, to live and be treated with dignity. It is a network of information, meetings, mutual aid and campaigning for equal rights for people facing the disease. The Committee of Families is a space for exchange and dialogue, it enables people living with HIV and their families to get out of isolation. The association provides a platform for individuals to confide their fears and concerns, find support, learn to share the experience of others, and to live convivial moments.

 http://www.comitedesfamilles.net/article/qui-sommes-nous

CRIPS Île-de-France

14 rue Maublanc, 75015 Paris, France

+01 56 80 33 33

info@lecrips.net

Hour of Operation:

  • Lundi-Mercredi 9h30-12h30, 14h00-18h00
  • Vendredi: 9h30-12h30, 14h00-17h00

Mission:

  • Notre mission envers les jeunes: “Le Crips est un acteur très engagé dans la prévention auprès des jeunes. Le Crips intervient sur l'ensemble du territoire francilien dans: les lycées et les CFA, les structures accueillant des publics vulnérables, son espace d'information et de prevention, son unité mobile de prevention.”
  • Notre mission envers les acteurs de santé: “Le Crips sensibilise, forme et accompagne les équipes éducatives et adultes référents aux projets d'éducation pour la santé. Il accueille des militants étrangers pour des missions de renforcement de capacités sur les thématiques portées par le Crips.”
  • Notre mission envers le grand public: “A travers l'organisation de concours (scénarios, images et écrits), le Crips fait appel à la créativité et à l'implication du public.”

http://www.lecrips-idf.net/crips-idf/actions-crips-idf/

David & Jonathan

92 bis rue de Picpus, 75012 Paris, France

+33 (0) 1 43 42 09 49

contact@davidetjonathan.com

Hour of Operation:

Overview:

“Since 1972 David & Jonathan gathers together LGBT people (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Trans people) who are involved in some form of spiritual quest: it is an association according to the French law of 1901. By acting for oneself, by acting for and with others, LGBT people are brought to live out fully and combine harmoniously their affectivity and their spirituality and find a place in society.”

 http://www.davidetjonathan.com/presentation-eng/

Elus Locaux Contre Le Sida

84 rue Quincampoix, 75003 Paris, France

01 42 72 36 46

info@elcs.fr

Hour of Operation: Mon-Fri 9:00am-6:00pm

Overview:

“We are aiming for more efficient prevention and access to information among a general audience as well as vulnerable populations. We fight against inequalities and injustices toward people living with HIV/AIDS, and keep proposing innovative strategies to achieve our goal. Beyond HIV/AIDS, we also work on STDs, hepatitis, and risk reduction among drug users.”

 http://www.elcs.fr/Presentation-d-Elus-Locaux-Contre-le-Sida-ELCS_a16.html

Enipse

43 Rue Amelot, 75011 Paris, France

+33 (0) 1 44 59 81 01

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 11am-3pm

Overview:

The experience of SNEG association, today ENIPSE, in preventing HIV, other STDs and in promoting the health of people attending LGBT is recognized by many HIV associations and institutions. This allowed us a further transfer of knowledge to the institutions which are not necessarily involved in activities dedicated to the LGBT population, but with related health needs (or not) on sexuality linked to the festive world of all commercial establishments in France

 http://www.enipse.fr/le-sneg/

Gaïa Paris

62 bis avenue Parmentier 75011 Paris, France

01 77 72 22 00

accuell@gala-paris.fr

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday-Tuesday: 10:00am-1:00pm, 2:00pm-6:00pm
  • Wednesday: 2:00pm-6:00pm
  • Thursday & Friday: 10:00am-1:00pm, 2:00pm-6:00pm

Mission:

The association aims to

  • Meet and support anyone addicted to drugs and this in its medical, social and psychological dimensions by applying the principles of harm reduction policies related to the use of drugs.
  • Develop preventive actions and information fordrug users.
  • Inform the public about the challenges observed in supporting addiction.
  • Implement research and evaluation work in the field of drug addiction.
  • Train and inform prevention actors on the management of drug users and develop trainings for association members.
  • Develop a national and international network of risk reduction related to drug use

http://gaia-paris.fr/spip.php?article10

Groupe LGBT des Universites de Paris (Glup)

50 rue Tournelles, 75003 Paris, France

assoglup@gmail.com

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission:

“Founded in June 2010 under the leadership of members of Caélif, it aims to bring together LGBT or non-LGBT students, around various events! With a hundred members of all universities, the Glup always brings a renewed community around its four pilar activities”

 http://assoglup.com/le-glup/

Homobus

136 rue Championnet, 75018 Paris France

06 60 39 24 49

presidence@homobus.com

Hour of Operation: Meeting hours change -- Visit website or contact organization for meeting hours

Overview:

“Homobus, LGBT association from the RATP Group and their friends, ensure the equal treatment of employees. Discrimination based on sexual orientation is unacceptable.”

 https://www.homobus.com/blog/

Ikambere

39 Boulevard Anatole France, 93200 Saint-Denis, France

+33 (0) 1 48 20 82 60

contact@ikambere.com

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm

Overview:

Ikambere strives to provide concrete solutions to the specific problems faced by women living with HIV. Ikambere plans its action in the national plan against HIV / AIDS and STDs carried by the Ministry of Health. It finds its place among the structures that provide comprehensive care and fight against discrimination and equality for rights, prevention and care for vulnerable populations

 http://www.ikambere.com/missions.php

L'association Les Amis du Bus des Femmes

58 rue des Amandiers, 75020 Paris, France

01 43 14 98 98

contact.abdf@gmail.com

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday: 9:30am-6pm
  • Tuesday: 9:30am-1pm
  • Wednesday & Thursday: 9:30am-6pm
  • Friday: 9:30am-5pm

Mission:

Our main activities are the prevention of HIV, hepatitis, and STDs, welcome and support the fight against exclusion and discrimination and access to basic rights

 http://www.lesamisdubusdesfemmes.org/index.php/association/qui-sommes-nous.html

La Ligue des Droits de l’Homme Paris

138, rue Marcadet, 75018 Paris, France

01 56 55 51 00

idh@idh-france.org

Hour of Operation: No hours available

Overview:

“The French League for the Defense of Human Rights (LHD) gathers women and men of all backgrounds and all walks of life, who freely choose to associate to think, discuss, act in defense of rights and freedoms, for everonel”

 http://www.ldh-france.org/missions-de-la-ldh/

Le 190

62 rue des Tournelles, 75003 Paris, France

01.55.25.32.72

Hour of Operation: Call of make appointment online (http://le190.mondocteur.fr/)

Overview:

“The 190 is a sexual health center that offers a global information service, testing, monitoring and care, based on non-discrimination and acceptance of sexual lifestyles of each and everyone. The 190 is based on the belief that sexual health is fundamental to health and standard of living. It is for all the women and men whose identity, orientation and sexual practices could generate a stigma in the health care system”

 http://www.le190.fr/#about

Le Kiosque Info Sida & Le Kiosque Checkpoint

Info Sida: 48 Rue François Miron, 75004 Paris, France

Info Sida: +33 1 44 78 00 00

Checkpoint (HIV Screening): 36 Rue Geoffroy l'Asnier, 75004 Paris, France

Checkpoint: +33 1 44 78 24 44

info@lekiosque.org

Hour of Operation:

Info Sida

  • Monday: 11am-7pm
  • Tuesday-Friday: 10am-7pm
  • Sat: 10am-2pm, 3pm-6pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Checkpoint

  • Mon: 8:00am-12:30am with appointment
  • Tues: 4:00pm-8:30pm with appointment
  • Wed: 4:00pm-10:00pm without appointment
  • Thurs: 4:00pm-8:30pm with appointment
  • Fri: 3:00pm-7:30pm without appointment
  • Sat: 12:00pm-6:00pm without appointment

Overview:

“Le Kiosque is a window dedicated to HIV/AIDS and drug addiction in Paris and its region. We answer all of your questions (privately if you need it) on risky behaviors linked to HIV/AIDS, STDs, hepatitis, contraception, drug, and other addictions.”

 http://www.solidarite-sida.org/association/le-mot-dantoine-et-luc/

Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans SNCF Group and Their Friends

9 rue Château Landon, 75010 Paris, France

01 77 72 22 00

contact@asso-gare.org

Hour of Operation: No hours available

Mission:

Gare is an association created within the SNCF group, to enable lesbians, gays, bi and trans to be recognized with dignity in their integrity as human beings and to be respected as such

 http://www.asso-gare.org/index.php?p=objectifs

Lotus Bus

Traveling Bus

Not available

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Overview:

“The Lotus Bus, run by Doctors of the World, provides essential health services and a vehicle of hope to marginalized women. Our mobile clinic travels four times a week to the streets of Paris where these women live and work. On board, a team of Chinese-speaking outreach workers provide information, trained doctors answer health questions and refer women to appropriate medical services, and a support worker gives advice on social services.”

 http://catapult.org/lotus-bus-vehicle-hope/

Medecins du Monde

62 bis Avenue Parmentier, 75011 Paris, France

+33 1 43 14 81 81

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday-Thursday: 9h-13h, 14h-17h
  • Friday: 9h-13h, 14h-16h

Overview:

“The principles of openness, transparency and collective development guide the values and governance of our association”

 http://www.medecinsdumonde.org/qui-sommes-nous

Médécins sans Frontières (MSF) (Doctors Without Borders)

21, Passage Dubail, 75010 Paris, France

+33 (0) 1 40 21 29

ideme@ideme.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday: 9am-6pm

Overview:

  • For more than forty years, MSF provides medical assistance to populations whose life or health is threatened: mainly in armed conflicts, but also epidemics, pandemics, natural disasters or exclusion care http://www.msf.fr/page/associationThe center in Paris focuses on providing care to those dependent on drugs, youth, and undocumented immigrants.

 

 http://picum.org/en/resources/contacts-of-organisations/links-to-organisations-france/)

Pasaje Latino (Created by Arcat)

11 passage Saint Michel, 75017 Paris, France

0142930578

latino.social@arcat-sante.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday: 9am-1pm, 2pm-6pm
  • Saturday: 9am-1pm, 2pm-6pm
  • Sunday: 2:30pm-6pm

Overview:

“El Pasaje Latino attends all health information needs and works on protecting Hispanic populationsin precarious situations, particularly vulnerable to infections, living in the Paris region, isolated from health centersand who might not be aware of their rights.”

 http://www.groupe-sos.org/structures/947/Pasaje_Latino

Positifs

BP230 75865 Paris Cedex 18, France

+33 (0) 1 49 82 72 55

positifs@positifs.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Mon & Wed: 2:30pm-7:30pm
  • Tues & Thurs: 8:30pm-1pm, 7:30pm-11pm

Overview:

“Positifs is an association based on the law of 1901 in fighting against AIDS, created in 08.09.1989 and is made up in majority of HIV positive people. The aim of the association is to focus on everything concerning AIDS and to work on analysing situations or problems involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS and in particular everything related to treatment.”

http://www.positifs.org/old/p/presentasso.htm

Séropotes Paris

At Centre LGBT: 63, rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France http://centrelgbtparis.org/seropotes-paris

contact@seropotes.org

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Mission:

The goal of our association is to allow HIV positive persons in the Ile de France to have a space to exchange, dialogue, and meet.

 https://www.seropotes.org/

Sidaction

228 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris, France

+33 1 53 26 45 55

Hour of Operation: Hours not available

Overview:

  • “The values that drive the association enable an appropriate response to the needs of people living with HIV…respect for patients, independence and impartiality, a permanent overview of the fight, human rights, and donor compliance.”
  • “Les valeurs qui conduisent l’association permettent une réponse appropriée aux besoins des personnes vivant avec le VIH… respect des maladies, indépendance et impartialité, une vision globale permanente de la lute, defense des droits humains, transparence et rigueur de gestion, respect des donateurs.”

AJL

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

contact@ajlgbt.info

Overview: The association aims to help improve the media treatment of LGBT issues, and / or related to gender identity.

Association des Journalistes LGBT.

Professionnels

AMG

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

contact@medecinegayfriendly.fr

Overview: The Association of Gay-friendly Medicine is open to all medical and paramedical cadres, gay or not, who light be interested in learning more about health as it relates to the LGBT community. We hope to provide practical solutions to health professionals as well as patients through a care network, publication of articles and brochures, as well as public debates and trainings.

Association de Médecine Gayfriendly

Professionnels

ARDHIS (Part of Centre LGBT)

Centre LGBT, 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

09 72 37 18 18

contact@ardhis.org

Hour of Operation:

  • For asylum seekers: the second Saturday of the month
  • For bi-national couples: the third Saturday of the month at 11:00am

Mission:

 ARDHIS aims to recognize the rights to residence and asylum-seeking of foreign homosexuals and transsexuals, whether these rights be based on the existence of arelationship with a French national or foreigner with resident status in France, or those under protection from persecution that these people have suffered or may suffer in their country because of their sexual orientation or gender.

Association pour la Reconnaissance des Droits des personnes Homosexuelles et transsexuelles à l’Immigration et au Séjour

Droits - Lutte contre les LGBTphobies

Gai Moto Club

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 83 53 38 78 (Jean-Philippe, President)

contact@gmc.asso.fr

Hour of Operation:

View calendar here: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=gmc.bureau@gmail.com&ctz=Europe/Paris

Overview: Propose rides and other events around the passion of the motorcycling to unite bikers and gay biker and friends throughout the year.

Proposer des balades et autres événements autour de la passion de la moto de façon à rassembler les motards et les motardes homosexuels et leurs amis tout au long de l’année

Sports

Groupe Grimpe et Glisse

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

ggg@grimpeglisse.org

Hour of Operation:

View calendar here: http://www.grimpeglisse.org/spip/spip.php?rubrique4

Overview: Groupe Grimpe et Glisse is a gay and lesbian sports association that brings together passionate s of skiing, hiking, climbing and canoeing. The association open to Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans Straight and sympathizers.

Séjours sportifs à la montagne (été et hiver).

Sports

Les Mâles fêteurs

8, rue du Général Renault, 75011 Paris, France

contact@lesmalesfeteurs.fr

Overview: The principle is simple: a schedule organized by the members themselves, with montly activities is offered to members (males Fêteurs). Each activity is proposed and organized by a member who is the 'reference' (the organizer)

Association homosexuelle gay parisienne de convivialité, loisirs, sorties, amitiés, rencontres, qui permet de participer à des activités culturelles ou événements proposés par les adhérents.

convivialité

Mémorial de la Déportation Homosexuelle

Hussein Bourgi, président

At the Centre LGBT: 61-63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 89 81 36 90 (Hussein Bourgi, President)

mdhcontact@yahoo.com

Overview: Its main purpose is the defense of the victims of intolerance due to sexual orientation and gender identity, and particularly of homosexuals persecuted and murdered in Europe under the Nazi policy.

Informations sur la déportation homosexuelle par les nazis et sur les actions entreprises en faveur de sa mémoire.

Mémoire

ORTrans

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

07 50 92 57 93 (Thursday 15h30-18h only)

contact@ortrans.org

Overview: ORTrans is an association under the 1901 law dedicated to those affected by gender identity issues at large and particularly transsexualism.

Objectif Respect Trans

Transidentité

 Objectif Respect Trans

 Transidentité

Sœurs de la Perpétuelle Indulgence – Couvent de Paris

61-63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

lessoeurs@lessoeurs.org

Overview: Everywhere the Sisters vow to help their community and the whole society, fight against exclusion, advocate tolerance, non-violence and peace, fight against AIDS by providing charitable assistance. They spread prevention messages anytime through the promotion of safe sex.

Les Sœurs de la Perpétuelle Indulgence se veulent visibles, outrageantes et même provocantes car elles pensent qu’il est parfois nécessaire de choquer pour faire réfléchir et changer les habitudes. Mais elles le font toujours dans la joie et dans un esprit de fête !

Droits - Lutte contre les LGBTphobies

A Pas de Géant

Joël Guelle

21 rue Daguerre, 75014 Paris, France

06 62 19 19 25 (Joel Guelle)

apasdegeant@gmail.com

Hour of Operation:

Overview: Giant Steps is an LGBT organization of excursions and leisure, born from the desire of a handful of friends to share their taste for walking and culture with other homosexuals , as well as straight friends

Association LGBT de randonnées et de loisirs ouverte à tous et toutes : LGBTH.

Sports

ACGLSF

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

acglsf.acglsf@gmail.com

Hour of Operation: Monthly activities dependent on schedule – contact for agenda

Overview: We are a Cultural Association of Gay and Lesbian Deaf in France, founded in 1991. We represent the LGBT deaf France.

Association Culturelle des Gays et Lesbiennes Sourds de France.

Handicap

Afrique Arc-en-Ciel

Ariel

At the Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 12 83 50 75 (Ariel)

afriquearcencielparisidf@hotmail.com

paris@afriquearcenciel.org

Hour of Operation: Meetings every first and third Friday of the month. Call for appointment (06 12 83 50 75)

Overview: Mobilization, visibility of the Afro-Caribbean LGBT; popularization and appropriation of prevention and reduction of sexual risks; support right toaccess and care; support and / or referrals to HIV testing and STDs

Afrique Arc En Ciel Paris IDF créée en 2007 est devenue le lieu de la rencontre des lgbt afro-caribéens vivant à Paris et en région parisienne et même au-delà. Tu es donc invité(e) à nous rejoindre pour porter ensemble les réflexions et trouver les stratégies pouvant faciliter un mieux-vivre et un mieux-être de notre orientation sexuelle tout en gardant notre spécificité afro-caribéenne.

Ethnies

AGLH (Association Gay Lesbienne Handicap)

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 73 33 41 29

aglh@orange.fr

Hour of Operation: Every third Saturday of the month from 4pm-6pm

Mission: To advance on the issue of disability and to accept differences.

Association Gay Lesbienne Handicap

Handicap

AMAPftgp

At the Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

bal@amaptranspedegouine.org

Hour of Operation: Every Saturday 13h-14h45

Overview: Create a social link between urban and rural areas in particular by establishing weekends of activities on the farm.

AMAP (Association pour le Maintien d’une Agriculture Paysanne) féministe transpédégouine

Professionnels

ASCM Le Coq Musclé

Pierre Deransart

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

07 78 26 34 70 (Perre Deransart)

lecoqmuscle@gmail.com

Overview: Le Coq Musclé is a sports association open to all, to promote the weight training, bodybuilding and powerlifting in men and women and LGBT friends.

Promotion de la musculation et le culturisme au sein de la communauté LGBT

Sports

Association of National Transgender (ANT)

Emilie Dauby

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 78 66 34 87 (Emilie Dauby)

info.rp@ant-France.eu

Overview: The Association National Transgender (ANT ) is based on the aim to develop a dynamic based on equality of rights for everyone regardless of our diversity of sex, gender , sexual orientation .

Association Nationale Transgenre

Transidentité

Association of Parents and Future Parents of Gays and Lesbians (APGL)

34 avenue Dr. Gley, 75020 Paris, France

+33 1 47 97 69 15

paris-idf@apgl.fr

Hour of Operation: Meetings held the first Monday of each month from 20h-22h at Centre LGBT (Centre LGBT, 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003, Paris, France)

Overview: As the mais homoparental Association since 1986, APGL offers information activities, and promotes experience sharing and professional services for LGBT families, their children and future homoparents. We work for the legal recognition of homoparentality, in France and abroad and we have, as a main objective, to stop the discrimination of families and children.

Association des Parents et futurs parents Gays et Lesbiens.

Droits - Lutte contre les LGBTphobies

Balad’Loisirs

Jean-Michel Voinot

AT Centre LGBT: 61-63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

01 42 62 69 68 (Jean-Michel Voinot)

baladloisirs@yahoo.fr

Hour of Operation:

Dependent on activities – view calendar here: http://www.baladloisirs.fr/programme.php

Overview: Balad’Loisirs is an LGBT association open throughout the year to all. We organize activities such as walks, hikes, biking activities, as well as kayaking

Randonnée et convivialité.

Sports

Beit Haverim

7 rue Fenelon, 75010 Paris, France

contact@beit-haverim.com

Hour of Operation:

Hours dependent on events – list of events: http://www.beit-haverim.com/index.php?/component/option,com_eventlist/Itemid,59/view,eventlist/

Overview:

Composed of Jews and Jewish LGBT and their friends, it is structured around four unifying themes:

  • Gatherings: Welcome and be found in warm and festive moments
  • Intrests: Moving your body and head in sports or cultural activities
  • Identity: Dialogue and exchange around our dual identity: Jewish and LGBT
  • Citizenship: Take part in discussions and take actions within society. Combat homophobia and anti-Semitism.

Groupe Juif, Gay et Lesbien de France.

Religions

bi cause

Vincent Strobel

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 44 22 20 62

association_bicause@yahoo.fr

Overview:

We have set the following objectives:

  • to promote the emergence of a bisexual identity,
  • to encourage meetings with bisexual, by creating safe spaces, where bisexual individuals can exchange friendship, experience, and in addition increase our understanding of bisexuality,
  • increase our understanding of bisexuality,
  • to inform the existence and reality of bisexuality,
  • to act in the fight against STDs and AIDS,
  • to defend the interests of bisexual individuals wherever they are threatened, especially for the most vulnerable among us
  • fight against Biphobia.

Association créée par et pour les bisexuel-le-s, ayant pour objectif de promouvoir l’émergence d’une identité bisexuelle.

bisexualité

BK Paris Softball Club

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 89 24 66 82

contact@bkparis.com

Hour of Operation:

  • Winter Season (September to March) Sunday 14h-16h
  • Summer season (Late March to September) Wednesday 19h to night
  • Once registered, game schedules can be viewed here: www.bkparis.com/jeux

Overview: Our association aims to enable everyone , gays, lesbians , heterosexual , bisexuals , transsexuals , regardless of age , to enjoy sporting activities such as softball for leisure and competition.

Club de Softball LGBT et de lutte contre les discriminations.

Sports

Centre Gai et Lesbien (Centre LGBT)

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

01 43 57 21 47

contact@centrelgbtparis.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 15h30-20h / Saturday 13h-19h

Mission:

  • “Par ses statuts, le centre LGBT a pour objet de mener, organiser ou soutenir toute réflexion, action, initiative événement ou intervention :
  • de lutte pour l’égalité des droits et obligations entre les personnes;
  • de lutte contre toute violence, exclusion et discrimination fondée sur l’orientation sexuelle ou l’identité de genre ;
  • de prévention des risques sanitaires comme la contamination par le VIH et les autres infections sexuellement transmissibles ;
  • de favoriser la reconnaissance, la visibilité et l’épanouissement des personnes lesbiennes, gaies, bisexuelles, trans’ ou de toute autre personne en interrogation sur son orientation sexuelle ou son identité de genre.”

Cineffable

37, avenue Pasteur, 93100 Montreuil, France

contact@cineffable.fr

Overview: Cineffable: not mixed association nonprofit to support and promote the cultural expression of women and lesbians, fight against all forms of sexism, racism and homophobi.

Cineffable aide à l’expression artistique des femmes en exposant des artistes et via des appels à projets (concours d’affiches et concours de scenarios)

Culture et loisir

Contact Paris Ile de France

84 rue Saint Martin, 75004 Paris, France

01 44 54 04 70

idf@asso-contact.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Monday: 3pm-9pm
  • Tuesday: 6pm-10pm
  • Wednesday: 2pm-9pm
  • Thursday & Friday: 3pm-9pm
  • Saturday: 1:30pm-3:30pm

Overview: Contact Paris Ile de France is a family association which aims to facilitate the acceptance of homosexuality within the family by the establishment or restoration of dialogue between parents and children, and to avoid conflictual relationships that can lead to reupture to situations between family members or risky behavior on the part of homosexuals.

Dialogue entre les parents, les enfants LGBT, leurs familles et leurs ami-e-s.

Droits - Lutte contre les LGBTphobies

Contrepied

Laurence Brabant

11, rue Caillaux, Box No. 27, 75013 Paris, France

06 66 32 38 36 (Laurence Brabant)

secretariat@contrepied.com

Hour of Operation:

See schedule here: https://contrepied.com/account/join

Mission: Contrepied is an association that advocates tolerance: people participate equally in the activities and life of the association regardless of sex, religion or nationality. We practice volleyball in a spirit of fair play and humility.

Créée le 7 décembre 1990, Contrepied est une association loi 1901 qui rassemble les lesbiennes, les gais et leurs ami(e)s autour de la pratique du volley-ball dans un esprit convivial et ouvert.

Sports

David & Jonathan

92 bis rue de Picpus, 75012 Paris, France

+33 (0) 1 43 42 09 49

contact@davidetjonathan.com

Hour of Operation:

o Gathering available every Friday night 18h30-20h30 at the address above to discuss information on the group, answer questions, and listen to expectations.http://www.davidetjonathan.com/les-groupes-locaux/groupe-de-paris-ile-de-france/

Overview: David & Jonathan, a Christian homosexual movement open to all and all, was founded in 1972, making it the oldest LGBT organization in France. The association is defined as the interface between the middle LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi, transgender), the world of churches and citizen involvement.

Mouvement homosexuel chrétien.

Religions

Décalage

At Centre LGBT: 61-63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

decalage.paris@gmail.com

Hour of Operation:

 Training every Monday evening.View schedule and registration here: www.decalage-paris.fr/adhesion

Overview: Gay and Lesbian Handball association in Paris

Association gaie et lesbienne promouvant le handball loisir dans un esprit de convivialité et d’ouverture.

Sports

Double Jeu Tennis Paris

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

djtp75@yahoo.fr

Hour of Operation:

Email for calendar.Register here: http://djtp.net/inscription/

Overview: Founded in 1997, the Association is based on values ​​of conviviality , diversity and participation by focusing on recreational tennis.

Créée en 1997, l’association DJTP (Double Jeu Tennis Paris) repose sur des valeurs de convivialité, mixité et participation en privilégiant le tennis loisir.

Sports

Entre2Basket

At Centre LGBT: 61063 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 70 94 01 59 (Stephanie P)

entre2basket@gmail.com

Hour of Operation:

Become a member for training times and locations: www.entre2basket.com/connexion www.entre2basket.com

Overview: Created in 1991, Entre2basket is a sporting association which now counts about a hundred members, boys and girls. Players participate in numerous events and tournaments including foreign teams at European and International level such as the GayGames, OutGames and EuroGames. Entre2basket is a non-profit organization that aims to promote the recognition of identity and freedom for homosexuals in sports and in this sense, the fight against discrimination based on sexual orientation.

Entre2basket a pour but de promouvoir la pratique du basket-ball en France et à l’étranger.

Sports

Equivox

Catherine

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 60 66 88 51 (Catherine)

equivox@equivox.fr

Hour of Operation:

Overview: Equivox organizes about ten concerts a year, choreographed, from a varied repertoire (pop, classical, operetta ...) and takes part in activism

Choeur LGBT.

Musique-Chant-Danse

Flag !

Mickaël Bucheron, président

Ministère de l'Intérieur, Place Beauvau, 75008 Paris, France

06 52 87 82 90 (Mickaël Bucheron, President)

flagasso@yahoo.fr

Mission:

  • Fight against discrimination because of sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • Combat homophobia, lesbophobia, biphobia and transphobia within the National Police, the National Gendarmerie and the Municipal Police.
  • Support victims police and gendarmes colleagues in their service
  • Sensitize police and gendarmes on the reception of LGBT victims
  • Support a prevention against STDs and fight against discrimination related to the disease
  • Help colleagues to overcome their isolation including the organization of friendly events.

L’association Flag ! regroupe des personnes de tous parcours au sein du Ministère de l’Intérieur mais aussi de tous horizons, homosexuelles ou non, militantes ou non.

Professionnels

Front Runners de Paris

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

contact@frontrunnersparis.org

Hour of Operation:

Workouts change – check the webpage for time and location: http://frontrunnersparis.org/entrainement

Overview: Member of the Gay and Lesbian Sports Federation ( FSGL ) , the club promotes the integration of lesbians , gays, bisexuals , transgenders and HIV-positive people through the practice of running in sport but also in society in general.

EL’association Front Runners de Paris est un club de course à pied lesbien, gay, bi, trans et friendly de la région Parisienne

Sports

FSGL

Vincent Cabanel

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 30 71 52 84 (Vincent Cabanel)

contact@fsgl.org

Hour of Operation:

View calendar here: http://www.eglsf.info/activities/international-sports-calendar/

Overview: The FSGL includes over 50 LGBT sports associations spread over the entire French territory, and nearly 6000 members. Our associations are mixed and open to everyone and all levels

Fédération Sportive Gaie et Lesbienne.

Sports

Golf Friendly

Christine, présidente

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 09 41 07 62 (Christine, President)

contact@golf-friendly.com

Hour of Operation:

View calendar here: http://www.golf-friendly.com/#!facilities/c66t

Overview: Sports Association for the attention of gay and all of their friends.

L’association a pour objet de promouvoir la pratique amateur du Golf et de réaliser des manifestations sportives dans ce domaine en France et à l’étranger.

Sports

HOMOBOULOT

Ministère de l'Intérieur, Place Beauvau, 75008 Paris, France

07 81 72 07 66

contact@homoboulot.org

Mission:

  • Fight against LGBTphobies (violence, harassment or discrimination because of sexual orientation or gender identity) and against internalized homophobia (self shame, self-censorship);
  • Get equal rights (in collective agreements, statutes, regulations and labor law) needed to achieve true equality;
  • Encourage and assist in the creation and development of LGBT associations in the workplace
  • Pool the resources of member associations and participate or organize militants events and visibility (conferences, exhibitions, debates, demonstrations, usability, etc.) in a spirit of inter associative solidarity;
  • Solidarity and player health including relaying prevention operations (eg, HIV-AIDS, recognition of disabled workers, etc.)

Réseau d’associations et de salarié-e-s LGBT des entreprises et des administrations et leur ami-e-s

Professionnels

Inter-LGBT

Jérôme Beaugé

Box 5, 5 Perée Street, 73003 Paris France

01 72 70 39 22

contact@inter-lgbt.org

Hour of Operation:

See calendar online for schedule of rallies and protests (http://agenda.inter-lgbt.org/agenda_interassociatif/Agenda-inter-lgbt.html)

Mission: "Its purpose: the fight against discrimination based on morals, orientation or gender identity, as part of the promotion of human rights and fundamental rights to freedom"

Inter-associative Lesbienne Gaie Bi et Trans

Droits - Lutte contre les LGBTphobies

Laissez Nous Danser

77 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris, France

+33 6 61 78 42 67

contact@laissez-nous-danser.com

Hour of Operation:

  • Tuesday: 7:30pm-9:30pm
  • Friday: 7:30pm-10:30pm

Overview: Laissez-nous danser offers dance classes for the LGBTS community (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans and straight) in an atmosphere of good humor and friendliness

Promouvoir et développer la pratique de tous types de danses

Musique-Chant-Danse

Les concerts Gais

77 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris, France

contact.lesconcertsgais@gmail.com

secretariat.lesconcertsgais@gmail.com

Hour of Operation:

Upcoming concerts: http://www.lesconcertsgais.fr/Nos-concerts

Overview: classical music LGBT association based in Paris and offering amateur symphony orchestra and chamber music ensembles

Association de musique classique LGBT proposant un orchestre symphonique et des formations de musique de chambre : les "Menus Plaisirs".

Musique-Chant-Danse

Les Dérailleurs

Centre LGBT: 61-63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

paris@derailleurs.org

Hour of Operation:

View calendar here: http://www.derailleurs.org/calendrierportfoliopage

Register here:http://www.derailleurs.org/adherent/register

Overview: Les Dérailleurs are a mountain biking LGBT club

Club vtt et vélo route gay, lesbien et friendly

Sports

Les Enrolleres

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

contact@lesenrolleres.org

Hour of Operation:

View calendar here: http://lesenrolleres.org/web/index.php/calendrier/

Overview: Les Enrolleres is a Parisian gay and lesbian association (the first in Europe) organizing rollerblading activities with a friendly and playful approach. The association affiliated to the Sportive Gay and Lesbian Federation (FSGL) and the French Federation of Roller Sports (RSMC).

Les Enrolleres est une association parisienne gay et lesbienne (la première en Europe) organisant des activités autour du roller avec une approche conviviale et ludique du roller mise en œuvre au sein d’une structure affiliée à la Fédération Sportive Gay

Sports

Les Gais Retraités

At the Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75300 Paris, France

01 43 47 07 63

lgr75@orange.fr

Hour of Operation: Third Wednesday of the month at 15h30-17h

Overview: The Association aims to bring together retired and pre-retired gay eager to share festive, friendly moments, in a spirit of mutual aid and solidarity.

Association de retraités et de préretraités pour des activités culturelles et festives

Questions générationnelles

Les Gamme’elles

42 rue de Dussoubs, 75002 Paris, France

gamme_elles@yahoo.fr

Hour of Operation: Rehearsals every Wednesday 19h30-21h30

Overview: Hetero-friendly women’s choir.

Les Gamme’elles est un chœur de femmes lesbiennes et gay friendly qui réunit une trentaine de chanteuses, en 3 ou 4 pupitres, pour interpréter des œuvres variées (classique, variétés, rythm’n blues, musiques du monde).

Musique-Chant-Danse

Les Oublié-e-s de la Mémoirel

30, boulevard des Invalides, 75007 Paris, France

06.18.84.00.33

devoiretmemoire@yahoo.fr

Hour of Operation: Activities depend on monthly schedule – contact organization for calendar

Overview: national memorial association, recognized by public authorities and institutions. The association works to bring attention to the of deportation due to homosexuality and recognition in France and beyond

Association Civile Homosexuelle du Devoir de Mémoire.

Mémoire

Les Ours de Paris

61-63, rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

Centre LGBT: 01 43 57 21 47

contact@lesoursdeparis.fr

Overview: The Bears of Paris were created by a group of bears, wishing to give visibility to this component of the LGBT movement and offer French bears a rallying point for meetings and events. This addressed (and still addresses) a need for recognition of gay men who do not fit the usual standards of "beauty" and of a certain ideal of gay men in particular, being big, hairy and bearded.

Contribuer à la vitalité et à la visibilité du mouvement « ours », comme composante du mouvement lesbien, gay, bi et trans (LGBT)

convivialité

Les Petites Frappes

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

infos@petitesfrappes.com

Hour of Operation:

View tournaments here: http://www.petitesfrappes.com/Squash%20Tournoi.php

Join here: http://www.petitesfrappes.com/inscription/

Overview: An association created under the 1901 law in August of 2002. It is the first squash association open to all in France and affiliated with the Sportive Gay and Lesbian Federation as well as the French Squash Federation.

Association LGBT et hétérofriendly de squash, à Paris et à Toulouse.

Sports

Long Yang Club Paris

At the Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

07 81 21 54 45 (Tony Bove)

contact@longyangclub.paris

Hour of Operation: Hours change – contact for schedule

Overview: Allow reconciliation among people of Asian and European culture through leisure activities; By promoting these meetings, the association participates in its way to a better "living together" in the gay community.

Permettre le rapprochement entre les personnes de culture asiatique et européenne, par le biais d’activités de loisirs et de découvert mutuelle en toute convivialité.

Ethnies

L’Autre Cercle - Île de France

105 rue de l’Abbé Groult, 75015 Paris, France

+33 6 76 64 19 32

info.idf@autrecercle.org

Mission: L’Autre Cercle’s mission is to combat discrimination based on sex, lifestyles, sexual orientation, or gender identity and more specifically to gain full respect for different sexual orientations in the workplace.

Association LGBT (Lesbienne Gay Bi et Trans) dont l’objet principal est de lutter contre les discriminations dans le monde du travail. L’Autre Cercle favorise aussi la solidarité et le réseau entre ses membres.

Professionnels

MAG Jeunes LGBT

106 rue de Montreuil, 75011 Paris, France

+33 1 43 73 31 63

contact@mag-jeunes.com

Hour of Operation:

  • Wednesday: 18h-20h
  • Friday: 18h-22h
  • Saturday: 16h-21h

Overview: With its center in Paris and proposed activities (outings, picnics , parties, trips abroad ...), the MAG LGBT Youth association helps young gay, young lesbians , bi, trans or those still questioning themselves to meet in a friendly spirit to overcome their isolation , discuss and share their experiences or issues

Jeunes gais, lesbiennes, bi-e-s et trans

Questions générationnelles

Makoto

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

contact@judo-makoto.fr

Hour of Operation:

View events here: http://judo-makoto.fr/index.php/menu-2-0/menu-2-25

Overview: The MAKOTO association favors the visiblity and integration of LGBT through sports in the hopes of fighting against discrimination.

MAKOTO Judo-Jujitsu, première association de judo LGBT et Friendly d’Europe.

Sports

Melo'Men

Michael Sorenstam

At the Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 07 44 02 38 (Michael Sorenstam)

contact@melomen.com

clairgijm@gmail.com

Hour of Operation: Wednesday: 19h30-22h

Mission: Mélo'Men is an association of the law 1901. It aims to promote the practice of choral singing and cultural development of all its members, who are male singers, amateurs, gay or gay friendly . It also aims to promote the repertoire for male choirs (original works or adaptations) to the widest possible public, contributing to the visibility of the gay community through the lyrical and musical culture.

Mélo’Men est un chœur d’hommes amateur. Il rassemble une cinquantaine de chanteurs gays ou gay friendly.

Musique-Chant-Danse

MIF

15 rue du capitaine Dreyfus, 93100 Montreuil, France

06 75 05 66 80

ca@meninfrance.com

Overview: The association was created in 1999 with the purpose to unite, and facilitate contacts between gay people or gay-friendly people throughout France and beyond by including all types of sports, leisure activities, and cultures.

L’association a été créée en 1999 avec pour objet de réunir, de faciliter les contacts entre les personnes gays ou gay-friendly dans toute la France et au delà notamment par tous types d’activités de loisirs de sports et de cultures.

convivialité

Niji-Kan Karaté Do

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 86 79 56 75 (Etienne Martin, President)

nijikankaratedo@gmail.com

Hour of Operation:

View events here: http://niji-kan-karatedo.org/3.html

Overview: Niji-Kan Karaté Do is a LGBT and friends club. It provides a space for all to practice martial arts in a friendly and welcoming environment where people can meet others of the same sex or gender identity.

Niji-Kan Karaté Do est un club gay, lesbien et "hétéro friendly".

Sports

Paris 2018

View for sport sites: http://www.paris2018.com/fr/sports-list/

contact@paris2018.com

Hour of Operation:

To register, sign up here: http://www.paris2018.com/participate/

Overview: Paris 2018 is a federation that brings several sports federations together such as the gay and lesbian sports federations, the LGBT Center of Paris Île-de-France , the Inter-LGBT federation, and the General Federation of Students Associations in addition to another thirty associations.

Les Gay Games, un événement engagé pour l’inclusion et le respect de la diversité.

Sports

Paris Aquatique

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 48 52 32 12 (Jean-Paul De Oliveira)

contact@parisaquatique.fr

Hour of Operation:

 View for list of events: http://www.parisaquatique.fr/events

Overview: Paris Aquatique was founded in 1990 and is a member of the French Aquatics Sports Federation, the FFN. With nearly 350 members, it is one of the largest Masters Swimming Clubs in the world. One of our founding principles is to fight against discrimination of any form, be it sexual orientation, gender, ethnic origin, physical disabilities, political affiliation or religious beliefs.

Sports

Paris Gay Village (Part of Centre LGBT)

Gilles Bry

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

Centre LGBT: 01 43 57 21 47

contact@parisgayvillage.com

Hour of Operation:

See calendar of tours for hours: www.parisgayvillage.com/visites/

Overview: ParisGayVillage is an association based on the 1901 law which brings together those who want to be involved in the promotion and development of LGBT tourism in Paris. Some in-love-with-their-city Parisians welcome you, with a personalized welcome, and answer all the questions you might ask yourself about the gay & lesbian culture in Paris, cultural and friendly

Paris Gay Village est une association loi 1901 qui réunit celles et ceux qui souhaitent s’impliquer dans la promotion et le développement du tourisme LGBT à Paris.

Culture et loisir

Paris Lutte

Laurent

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 62 36 14 14 (Laurent)

ca@paris-lutte.org

Hour of Operation:

  • Saturdays 14h30-17h15
  • Tuesdays 20h

Overview: Paris Lutte is an association that allows men and women to practice fighting in a friendly and sporting atmosphere. Paris Lutte is affiliated with the French Fighting Federation (FFL ) , a member of the gay and lesbian sports federation ( FSGL ) and the LGBT Center of Ile de France Bagnolet Fight Club partner 93 from Chelles fight club, Paris City Hall and the Mayor

PARIS LUTTE est une association qui permet à des hommes et à des femmes de pratiquer la lutte dans un cadre convivial et sportif.

Sports

Plongée Arc-en-Ciel

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

secretaire@plongeearcenciel.org

Hour of Operation:

Register to view events: http://www.plongeearcenciel.org/spip.php?article402

Overview: Our main goals are to fight against discrimination and to organize diving trips

Créée le 04/02/1999, Plongée Arc-en-Ciel, association loi 1901 affiliée à la FSGL et à la FFESSM (Fédération Française d’Etudes et de Sports Sous-Marin) est composée de plongeur(se)s gays, lesbiennes, bi et hétéros sympathisants

Sports

Podium Paris

Dominique G

Ménilmontant Theatre, 15 rue Removing, 75020 Paris, France

06 89 04 93 77

contact@podiumparis.fr

Hour of Operation:

Overview: Bringing together more than sixty singers under the artistic direction of Pauline, Podium Paris has become the essential choir of the capital.

Réunissant plus de soixante choristes sous la direction artistique de Pauline, Podium Paris est devenu le chœur incontournable de la capitale.

Musique-Chant-Danse

Poulailler et Compagnie (Part of Centre LGBT)

Franck

2 bis rue Elzevir, 75004 Paris, France

06 14 18 01 83

poulailler.cie@gmail.com

Hour of Operation: Classes are held at varying times on Thursdays. To register, contact the organization through the email address provided.

Overview: "Founded to perpetuate the spirit of "Court and Garden", the first LGBT theater troupe, our association aims to offer acting classes open to all, men and women, heterosexuals and homosexuals, with the slogan of respect and friendliness"

Fondée dans le but de perpétuer l’esprit de "Cour et Jardin", première troupe de théâtre LGBT, Poulailler et Cie a pour vocation de proposer des cours de théâtre ouverts à tous, hommes et femmes, hétéros et homos, avec pour seuls mots d’ordre respect et convivialité.

Culture et loisir

PsyGay

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

01 42 74 16 02

apsygay@yahoo.fr

Hour of Operation:

Varie en fonction des ateliers – liste des ateliers: www.psygay.com/05_Ateliers/ateliers.cfm

Overview: “En 1996, un groupe de psychologues, psychothérapeutes, psychanalystes, psychiatres et praticiens en psychothérapie observe les difficultés rencontrées par les personnes LGBT (lesbiennes, gay, bi, trans) lorsqu'elles désirent consulter, ainsi que le questionnement des professionnels face aux interrogations liées à l'orientation sexuelle et à l'identité de genre. De ce constat, naît la volonté de remédier à ces difficultés en créant cette association.”

Réseau de psychologues, psychanalystes, psychiatres et psychothérapeutes travaillant dans le respect des différentes orientations sexuelles.

Professionnels

Rainbow Evidanse

Maison des Associations, Box No. 18, 5 rue Perrée, 75003 Paris, France

06 81 49 88 19

contact@rainbowevidanse.fr

Hour of Operation:

Course calendar: http://www.rainbowevidanse.fr/11-articles-figes/generalites/enseignements/5-s-inscrire

Overview: "Rainbow Evidanse" is an association LGBTH (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Straight) which organizes activities around the dance for two same-sex and mixed.

Rainbow Evidanse est une association LGBTH (lesbienne, gay, bi, trans, hétéro) qui organise des activités autour de la danse à 2 mixte et same-sex, créée en 1995 sous le nom Les Gais Musette.

Musique-Chant-Danse

Rainbow Symphony Orchestra

Man DANG DUC

At Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

06 16 32 16 92 (Man Dang Duc)

presidence@rso.asso.fr

Hour of Operation:

Dependent upon upcoming concerts. Registration form: http://www.rso.asso.fr/index.php/participer/inscription

Overview: A gay and lesbian, hetero-friendly symphony orchestra open to all amateur musicians whether intermediate or advanced

Le RSO est un orchestre symphonique amateur LGBT de bon niveau qui cherche à monter des œuvres du XIXe et XXè siècles, parfois avec solistes et/ou chœurs.

Musique-Chant-Danse

Rando’s Ile-de-France

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

contact@randos.org

Hour of Operation:

Register to view events and activities: http://randos-idf.fr/user/register

Overview: Rando’s is a non-profit association created in 1986, which today counts over 300 gays and lesbians. Our volunteers propose activities where we can get together to share outdoor activities and cultural visits in a friendly atmosphere.

Rando’s Île-de-France, association sans but lucratif, rassemble les gays, les lesbiennes, et leurs amis pour partager les plaisirs de la randonnée, de la nature, du sport ou de la culture.

Sports

Ravad

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, Frnace

+33 6 17 55 17 55

urgence@ravad.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm

Overview: The Ravad is a LGBT support network, based on the 1901 law, aiming to help the homosexual, bisexual, transsexual and transgender victims of violence and discrimination

Réseau d’Assistance aux Victimes d’Agressions et de Discriminations

Droits - Lutte contre les LGBTphobies

Séropotes Paris

63, rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

Centre LGBT: 01 43 57 21 47

contact@seropotes.org

Mission: The goal of our association is to allow HIV positive individuals of the Ile de France region to have space for exchanges, dialogues and meetings

Les Séropotes Paris est une association de convivialité destinée aux personnes LGBT séropositives afin de favoriser l’échange d’expérience et contribuer à l’auto-support pour mieux vivre le VIH.

convivialité

SOS Homophobie

14 rue Abel, 75012 Paris, France

01 48 06 42 41

sos@sos-homophobie.org

Hour of Operation:

  •  (helpline and chat system not open on holidays)
  • Phone helpline:
    • Monday-Friday: 6pm-10pm
    • Saturday: 2pm-4pm
    • Sunday: 6pm-8pm
  • Online Chat System (chat'écoute):
    • Thursday: 9pm-10:30pm
    • Sunday: 6pm-7:30pm

Mission:

  • Helping victims of homophobic and transphobic violene (Listening and Support division)
  • Implementing preventive activities ... homophobia and transphobia (Prevention Division)
  • Obtaining equal rights between homosexual couples and heterosexual couples and between homosexuals and heterosexuals (Action Division)

Association nationale de lutte contre l’homophobie.

Droits - Lutte contre les LGBTphobies

VCL

Olivier

Centre LGBT: 63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

o 06 07 31 41 80 (Olivier)

vcl.info@free.fr

Hour of Operation: Monthly meetings first Tuesday of every month: 20h-21h at Ze baar (41 rue des Blancs Manteaux, 75004 Paris, France)

Overview: Voile et Croisière en Liberté (VCL), aims to bring together gay and lesbians passionate about the sea, sailing, cruising and generally in water sports, to organize joint activities to live together their passion

Permet de vivre des croisières et aventures nautiques, ou chacun contribue à son niveau, dans un esprit associatif

Sports

Centre Gai et Lesbien (Centre LGBT)

63 rue Beaubourg, 75003 Paris, France

01 43 57 21 47

contact@centrelgbtparis.org

Hour of Operation: Monday-Friday 15h30-20h / Saturday 13h-19h

Mission:

  • “Par ses statuts, le centre LGBT a pour objet de mener, organiser ou soutenir toute réflexion, action, initiative événement ou intervention :
  • de lutte pour l’égalité des droits et obligations entre les personnes;
  • de lutte contre toute violence, exclusion et discrimination fondée sur l’orientation sexuelle ou l’identité de genre ;
  • de prévention des risques sanitaires comme la contamination par le VIH et les autres infections sexuellement transmissibles ;
  • de favoriser la reconnaissance, la visibilité et l’épanouissement des personnes lesbiennes, gaies, bisexuelles, trans’ ou de toute autre personne en interrogation sur son orientation sexuelle ou son identité de genre.”

Sidaction

228 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris, France

+33 1 53 26 45 55

Hour of Operation: Les heures varient en service

Overview: “The values that drive the association enable an appropriate response to the needs of people living with HIV…respect for patients, independence and impartiality, a permanent overview of the fight, human rights, and donor compliance.” “Les valeurs qui conduisent l’association permettent une réponse appropriée aux besoins des personnes vivant avec le VIH… respect des maladies, indépendance et impartialité, une vision globale permanente de la lute, defense des droits humains, transparence et rigueur de gestion, respect des donateurs.”

Community Leadership Messages

'If we rely on screening and its new tools, targeting populations, and prevention, in a few years the epidemic will be over. In Paris, we are good on the last two 90 goals, since 96% of those diagnosed are treated, and 94% of people treated for at least 6 months have undetectable viral load. Our problem is acheiving the first 90..'

Bernard Jomier
Deputy Mayor of Paris, in charge of Health

'This strategy cannot be thought and implemented without coordination among health authorities and other regional authorities because the population moves around a lot within the limits of Paris, to work, for entertainment and also to seek health care.'

France Lert
Epidemiologist and Lead Author of the Paris Strategy

'AIDS is a prism that can comprehensively address how a society deals with its marginalized populations, treats its patients, and looks at itself. It is a mirror of inequality, exclusion, positions of power.'

Eve Plenel
Towards an AIDS Free Paris Coordinator

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