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The Legacy Party - Cafe Cairo - DeeJay Ego Clash

The Legacy Party

  • May 21, 2018

~ Building Ours Together ~ CAFE CAIRO with DeeJay Ego Clash Saturday, May 26th 2018 - 9pm - 3am Tickets $25 ($35 at the door) From Ptix.bm, Orange Bay Company or Toxic Rose Come out to Cafe Cairo on May…

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OUTBermuda and Allies Fight for Marriage Equality

  • April 3, 2018

For Immediate Release Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at 8 AM ET  OUTBermuda and Allies Fight for Marriage Equality  Legal action initiated against Bermuda Government to reverse impact of Domestic Partnership Act 2017  APRIL 3, 2018 -- OUTBermuda, along with another…

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12 ideas from the ‘In Good Company’ event

  • February 12, 2017

Attendees of our recent 'In Good Company' had a chance to present ideas of how best to build the LGBTQ community in Bermuda. Twelve enthusiastic individuals presented the following ideas: 1. LGBTQ Family Day 2. Support Groups for LGBTQ people…

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OUTBermuda hosts over 100 for ‘In Good Company’

  • January 29, 2017

OUTBermuda hosted its first ever ‘In Good Company’ community outreach event, a forum designed to bring together the LGBTQ community, their allies and loved ones for a day of community building, dialogue and planning. As a new charity, OUTBermuda’s goal…

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Join us for our ‘In Good Company’ event!

  • January 19, 2017

**Thank you for your support, this event was a resounding success. Please visit our website soon for further updates.** This is OUTBermuda's first event and no topic or issue is off the table. It's a day to share your ideas…

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Help us by taking our survey!

  • December 14, 2016

We are soliciting feedback from the community on pressing issues to the LGBTQ community. To provide your view on issues facing our community, please visit: Survey Link

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OUTBermuda responds to Preserve Marriage advert

  • December 1, 2016

Preserve Marriage Bermuda today published an advertisement complaining that Bermuda’s Supreme Court is being asked to legislate marriage equality.  Preserve Marriage also argues that when the Human Rights Act was amended in 2013 it was a foregone conclusion that marriage…

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