What are LGBTQIA communities?
No matter your spot on the rainbow, our LGBTQIA+ page has the community for you. We’ve included many question-based submission communities if you’re questioning your gender/sexuality at the moment or just curious to learn more, as well as casual groups including interests like coding or gaming. Find your family here.
About Online Communities on Reddit
Reddit communities (or "subreddits") are forum-based groups on the popular social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website Reddit. It is commonly known as "the front page of the internet". Registered members submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down and discussed by other members.
r/askgaybrosThis is where anyone can ask the manly men for their opinions on various topics. Advice. AskReddit style questions. AMA. ELI5. Everything in between.
r/gaymersGaymers is a community for LGBT+ally redditors. We regularly play multi-player games together, talk about how totally rugged David Hayter is, how sexy Samus is in her zero suit, talk about how we love big Switch sessions, and playing with an XBone all night long.
r/asktransgenderTransgender questions; transgender answers.
r/ainbowA free area for the discussion of issues facing those who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and all other sexual or nonsexual orientations and/or gender identities. Post links to articles, self-posts, photographs, experiences and whatever else is important to your experience of queer life. We encourage you to treat others with respect, start and/or engage in robust discu
r/AskGayMenIf you have a question for gay men or men who have sex with men...well this would be a good place to ask it.
r/latebloomerlesbiansSome of us are married to men, some of us are dating them, and some of us are chronically single. But we well have one thing in common: we are late to the coming out game. A place for queer, gay, bi, pan, lesbian and questioning humans to share, give advice, and receive support! We welcome discussions that explore what life looks like or could look like as a “late bloomer” lesbian. This includes conversations around sexuality, sensuality, life, friendships, random thoughts, fun, and more.
r/bisexualadultsA subreddit for adults looking to discuss their bisexuality and some of the issues that may arise from it.
r/AskGayBrosOver30AskGaybrosOver30 is a place for supportive and friendly conversations between over 30 adults.
r/TransyTalkA casual place for transfolk to chat about anything.
r/transgamersWelcome to transgamers!
r/LesbianGamersAn inclusive community for women who love women, who love gaming. Trans Rights! Black Lives Matter!!
r/TransLaterWhile /r/asktransgender and other trans groups are great, some of us have families, partners, careers, and all the other trappings of not being in our 20s any more. Here's somewhere to talk about these things and the issues we face in transitioning. Please be aware of our rules. Note that all new accounts will be moderated.
r/BisexualMenThis page is a supportive place for bisexual, bicurious, polysexual, and pansexual men (whether they be cis, trans, or nonbinary), even those who are unsure of their orientation or questioning it. Give and get advice, rant, and share your struggles and victories.
r/QueerWomenOfColorWant a place to talk about your day with queer women who share similar cultural backgrounds? Maybe you have a few questions and need some advice. On Queer Women Of Color you can post and discuss anything from politics to celebrity news.
r/transprogrammera programming community for trans people
r/FTMOver30A place for trans-masculine folk over 30 to come together for support and discussion.
r/olderlesbiansAn inclusive place for Older Lesbians to talk about issues important to us, dispense wisdom and swap stories.
r/ActualLesbiansOver25We're lesbians over 25 who felt like the sub r/ActualLesbians was excellent, inclusive of all WLW, did a good job of enforcing no TERFS, & wanted to replicate that for the 25+ crowd. Simply put, WLW life in adulthood is much different, and as much as we're a part of r/ActualLesbians, we wanted a space where WLW 25+ can discuss more specific 25+ things separate from teens or the younger crowd. We do NOT tolerate TERFS, anti-trans rhetoric, or any form of bigotry.
r/tabletopgaymersA community for gender and sexual minority individuals and their allies who enjoy board, card, pen and paper, tactical, or other physical table-top games.
r/LGBTEldersA place for gay men and women to get together and talk about issues concerning aging life experiences more than a decade ago. This subreddit is intended, but not limited to gay men and women in their late 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s and above. This is not a subreddit for "coming out" or "first time" discussions. We have "been there" and "done that", so let's move on. This is a "we've seen it all" space to celebrate the long lives and wisdom of the mature LGBT community.