Talking About Gender


Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the Month

7:30pm -9:00pm

Talking about Gender is a support discussion group for transgender and non-binary identified people who are eighteen years or older.* It is open to those from Rockland as well as from surrounding communities. Never been to the TaG group before? You are most welcome to attend.

*If you are a trans identified person who is under 18 years of age, please call CANDLE at 845-634-6677 x20.

If you are a relative, friend or ally of a trans or non-binary identified person and are looking for support, please call the Rockland County Pride Center at 845-353-6300.

This group meets at the Nyack Center
58 Depew Ave., Nyack, NY
(Corner of S. Broadway and Depew)

Men's Support Group

Open to men who identify as Gay, Bi, Queer, MSM, Same Gender Loving, Questioning or . . . no matter how you identify

Woman to Woman Support Group

No matter how you identify, whether you are single or in a relationship, if you feel you belong, you are welcome.

TAG Transgender & Non-Binary Support Group

A support discussion group for Transgender and Non-Binary identified people who are eighteen years or older.


A support discussion group for parents, relatives, friends, and allies of children and youth identifying as transgender, genderqueer and gender non-conforming.

PFLAG Support Group

A support discussion group for parents, families, friends, and allies of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning people.

Youth Programs

LGBTQ youth and allies drop-in space and support groups.

Senior Services

We are dedicated to supporting our Senior community.

Workshops & Trainings

Workshops and trainings on matters relevant to understanding and supporting the LGBTQ community are available for community, school, and corporate groups.

Family Services

Programs specific to the needs of LGBTQ families and youth are at the heart of our mission.

Why Our Pride Center Matters

Claudette & Patricia

Being around my community without fear of judgement is important to me

Visibility is essential. Invisibility is not an answer; it costs too much.

The Pride Center gives our community a safe space – a place to be unapologetically ourselves, a place to go when we need a home away from home.

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