Our Network

Many organizations work together in The Hague to give attention to sexual and gender diversity. Take a look at our network!
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Contact point for discrimination

To report discrimination and for free advice or support, you can contact the independent anti-discrimination agency. There you can quickly get personal advice in your area about the steps you can take. If you wish, the anti-discrimination agency can also mediate for you with the person or organization that discriminated against you.

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For everyone

Queer Support The Hague

QSDH maintains an up-to-date list of healthcare providers, social activities and groups and is there to provide queer individuals and other stakeholders with an overview of organizations that are (among other things) concerned with queer themes.

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In the Delft region

DWH Delft and their youth branch Outsite organize activities four days a week, with a weekly dining table, movie evening and two bar evenings. In addition, throughout the year there are all kinds of activities: queer dance parties, beer tastings, drag shows, workshops, pub crawls and even holidays!

For asexual people

AVEN - the Asexual Information and Education Network - is an online forum that strives for an open and honest discussion about asexuality.

For singing ladies

Women's choir De Heksenketel is a group of women with a passion for singing! You don't need to have any singing experience or be able to read music to sing at De Heksenketel, just enthusiasm and commitment!

For singing gentlemen

The Hague Gay Men's Choir Vox Rosa was founded in 1985, making it the longest existing gay men's choir in the Netherlands. They sing a nice mix of all kinds of genres; from classical to pop and from moving songs to cheerful sing-alongs.

Hindustani and Queer

The Surinamese-Hindostan community in the Netherlands is relatively small and the Surinamese-Hindostan queer community even smaller. That's why it's nice to get together with people who really understand you!

Queer aan Zee

Queer aan Zee is a 'gezellige' social space for LGBTI+ people in The Hague!

For football fans

The Roze Règâhs offer LGBT fans of ADO Den Haag a platform to discuss our sport and their favorite club ADO Den Haag. 100% against homophobia, 100% for Ado Den Haag! 

For Queer people of color

The Hang-out 070 is a QUEER/LHBTIAP+ SAFER SPACE that stands up for the many communities in The Hague. They focus on activism and education, and organize activities that make our community stronger.​ In doing so, they focus on the experiences of queer people of color (Q BPOC).

For sports enthusiasts

Plons is a serious swimming club with a gay character where everyone is welcome and where everyone can be themselves! If you want to improve your swimming stroke and strength, and if you want to make new social contacts, then it's the right place for you!

For gay and bisexuals in male/female relationships

For anyone who has to deal with gay, lesbian or bisexual feelings in themselves or in their partner within or after a hetero relationship. Orpheus organizes open evenings where you can meet people who know or recognize your situation.

For people with HIV

The HIV Association stands for unconditional equality of people living with HIV in the Netherlands, in any situation, at any time. They organize a weekly lunch to meet and support each other.