JOIN US: The LOFT Marches with Senator Gillibrand

JOIN The LOFT as we march with US Senator Gillibrand!
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is a longtime champion fighting for LGBTQIA+ equality in everything from housing to health care. She led the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and efforts to protect LGBTQIA+ service members from discrimination and allow them the right to serve openly in the military. She's worked to support LGBTQIA+ businesses and protect against lending discrimination and helped galvanize Congress to pass the Respect for Marriage Act. Senator Gillibrand is an original co-sponsor of the Equality Act, and she leads the Hate Crimes Commission Act and the John Lewis Every Child Deserves a Family Act.
The exact time and location of the march formation are TBD. We will email each registrant the details as soon as they are available. Please note that the NYC Pride March runs from 12-6 PM. However, we are happy to have you join us for as long as you can!

Artist LOFT Outing


June 15-Thursday | Bethany Arts Community | 6:30-8:30 PM| the feath3r theory Social Club & Live Documentary [sic] | Free, but RSVP kindly requested.

the feath3r theory [sic] ethos and mission as a company is based on their identities as queer artists. Community members are invited to share in open dialogue around how TF3T works, their ethics, interests, and how their process unfolds.

Community members are invited to share in open dialogue around how TF3T works, their ethics, interests, and how their process unfolds. 


Trans Film Screening and Reception

Trans Film Screening & Party--FREE Tickets!


OUT at The Movies | MUTT, with two short films, Q&A with director Vuk Lungulov-Klotz, Reception to follow| June 14th-Wed | Jacob Burns Film Center | Group gathers at 6:40 PM | Free tickets available, RSVP: [email protected]

Join us for a special Pride preview of Sundance award-winning Mutt (2023), preceded by this was supposed to be a film about you (dir. Juan Barquin, 2022) and it had to be you (dir. Juan Barquin + Trae Delellis, 2022) – two short films about queer relationships.

Over the course of 24 breathless hours in New York City, twentysomething trans guy Feña (newcomer Lío Mehiel, winner of a Special Jury Award at Sundance for their performance) must contend with an onslaught of aggravations, surprise encounters, and emotional choices.

Come see the film and meet the director, Vuk who was once a community member of The LOFT!


LGBTQ Health Advocacy

Just because a doctor is assigned to you, doesn’t mean you have to keep them.

If your doctor uses harsh language, refuses to recognize your partner, or refuses to provide healthcare related to your sexual orientation, ask for a different doctor.

You should feel comfortable talking about your sexual identity, sexual behaviors, and gender identity when you visit a doctor’s office or clinic.
CLICK THIS LINK to find a list of LGBTQ+-friendly healthcare providers.



Are You Going to See Jackson Crash !?

New Play: Jackson Crash Play comes to LOFT-MUMC Campus

Friday, June 16th at 7:00 PM

Jackson Crash tells the story of one man's journey from bullying and parental neglect to discovering his queerness, starting a family, becoming a truck driver, and pursuing his dreams -- all while being chased by an insidious demon. Can Jackson find a place to hide before the Creeper-Man catches him??? With pathos and irreverent humor, Jackson lays bare his broken heart and valiant voyage of self-discovery, inviting you, the audience, to sympathize, empathize, and recall your own story.

From the fertile mind and bleeding heart of Jonathan Riedel, Artistic Director of Riedel Dance Theater, Limón Dance Company principal dancer, lead singer and songwriter of Rubber Skulls, comes this bold, brash and poignant theatrical experience.




Out and About Teatown

Out and About |Teatown Lake Reservation |1600 Spring Valley Road |Ossining, NY 10562 |Saturday, June 10, 2023

Join the education staff at the Teatown Lake Reservation for a pride hike and nature discussion! The discussion will focus on fluidity in nature followed by an approximately 3-mile hike through the reserve. There will be several different hiking routes to choose from that different facilitators will lead to accommodate people of various skill levels. This event will be open to the general public in addition to OUTWalking participants. Please RSVP to [email protected]


LOFT Families Summertime Pride Party

Join us on June 11th from 2-4 pm at The Scarsdale Congregational Church, 1 Heathcote Rd, Scarsdale, NY 10583

Special guest, LOFT Business Partner Abbott House will join us!

Join us as we celebrate all LGBTQ+ families during Pride Month! Come see old friends and make new ones! All children are allowed to join.


Stories from The Rainbow

June 22, 2023 | 6-8 PM | Zoom
Stories From the Rainbow - a virtual panel discussion being sponsored by the Putnam/Northern Westchester Women's Resource Center and a couple of libraries in Putnam County. (Putnam Valley Library & Reed Memorial Library in Carmel)
Scan the qr code or register at

Can't Cancel Pride 2023! 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️🚨


We are proud to announce the fourth annual #CantCancelPride in partnership with @iheartradio & @proctergamble. 🌟
Join us on June 15th in celebrating visibility and inclusivity for all 🏳️‍🌈 with featured performances from Adam Lambert, Big Freedia & Ciara, Billy Porter, Hayley Kiyoko, Kelsea Ballerini, Kesha and host JoJo Siwa! 🎉
The one-hour benefit special will stream on June 15 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on iHeartRadio’s Facebook and YouTube, @RevryTV, The Roku Channel, and The Advocate Channel! #cantcancelpride #LGBTQcenters #Pride2023

Out At The Movies: Pride FREE TICKETS

OUT at The Movies | Pride + Short Film, Incomplete 2023. 16 m. dir. Sasha Korbut.| June 7th-Wed | Jacob Burns Film Center | Group gathers at 6:40 PM | Free tickets available, RSVP: [email protected]

Pride is inspired by an extraordinary true story. It’s the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power, and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike, prompting a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists to raise money to support the strikers’ families. Initially rebuffed by the Union, the group identifies a tiny mining village in Wales and sets off to make their donation in person. This touching comedy stars Bill Nighy (Living, Love Actually), Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake), Andrew Scott (Fleabag), and George Mackay (1917).