Organizations for Gay

United G
Launched in 2012, United G (based in Hong Kong) aims to provide the ultimate dance parties in Hong Kong and Asia, targeting specifically the LGBT community.  One every few months or so, United G organizes a major event with full-on productions, dancers and DJs.
Check website for upcoming parties.
Features: bar, music, dancing (酒吧, 舞蹈, 音乐) | Updated: 05-21-2014

Cocktail Productions
Cocktail Productions is one of Hong Kong’s leading gay dance party organisers.  Check their Facebook page for latest event information and venue.
Features: bar, dancing (酒吧, 舞蹈) | Updated: 05-21-2014

HX Production
HX Production has a long track record of producing highly successful gay dance events in Hong Kong and Taiwan.  Check HX Production’s website for details of their next event and location.
Features: bar, music, dancing (酒吧, 舞蹈, 音乐)

L’Organic Men
19/F, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central
+852 2530 2961
Weekday opening times: 11:00 - 21:00
Weekend opening times: Sat 11:00 - 21:00
Got a bit of fluff that need removing?  Head to L’Organic Beauty Centre – Hong Kong’s laser hair removal experts.  A range of skin care treatments are available both for men and women.  Closed on Sundays.

Fruits in Suits @ Shore
3/F, The L Place, 139 Queen's Road, Central

Long-running and highly successful professional networking event for Hong Kong’s LGBT community.
Since its launch in 2004, this monthly meeting has gone from strength to strength, attracting a growing number of like-minded men and women who are able to use their experience and knowledge to drive forward projects aimed at making life better for the LGBT community by tackling basic human rights issues.  In the past, FinS’ projects have dealt with anti-discrimination and creating a inclusive workplace.
Fruits in Suits’ events usually take place on the third Tuesday of each month.  Events are currently held at Shore (The L Place, 139 Queen’s Road, Central).  Check FinS’ website or Facebook page for details of their next event.

Dim Sum (DS) Magazine
852 6042 2068
Launched in 2002, Dim Sum is Hong Kong’s only printed gay lifestyle magazine.  Published on a monthly basis and available free of charge at most gay venues in the city, DS covers all aspects of gay life in Hong Kong including the arts, entertainment and LGBT rights.

Mr Gay Hong Kong (MGHK)
Mr Gay Hong Kong (MGHK) is an annual competition to find (a handsome, smart) spokesperson for Hong Kong’s gay community.  See website for annual event details.

Rainbow of Hong Kong 香港彩虹
Room D, 7/F, National Court, 242 Nathan Road, Jordan
+852 2769 1069
Weekday opening times: Mon,Wed,Thu 16:00 - 22:00
Weekend opening times: Fri,Sat 14:00 - 24:00; Sun 16:00 - 22:00

Rainbow of Hong Kong is a nonprofit organization and the only LGBT community centre in Hong Kong.  Rainbow’s objectives are to promote equal opportunities, sex education, broaden grass roots support the LGBT community and support various initiatives and organisations who provide services to the community.
The organisation hosts over 100 activities every year including discussion groups, forums, workshops, creating art, movies, sports, camping, barbecues, picnics, karaoke and music concerts.
Services provided include blood testing, counselling, a hotline, education, outreach, HIV intervention, legal support and domestic violence emergency support. Around 200 visit the centre each week.  LGBT Peers Hotline: +852 8108 1069. Rapid HIV and Syphilis testing available – results in 15 minutes.
Nearest MTR Jordan (Exit B).  At ground level, turn left and cross Jordan Road.  The centre is on the 7th floor of the corner building.  The building entrance is 4 doors along Nathan Road.

Lesbian Organization

Queer Sisters
Hotline: 2314-4348 (Cantonese only), Page: 7112-8445 #1613. Feminist group formed in 1996 and making its presence felt serving the needs of lesbian and bisexual women now through its website.

Women Coalition of Hong Kong
PO Box 20467, Hennessy Road Post Office, Wanchai, 8103-0701. A Hongkong-based non profit-making, non-governmental organization, established on 1st July 2003. They defend the human rights of sexuality minorities facing discrimination due to their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. WCHK effects this mission through advocacy, documentation, public education, oral history, cultural development, AIDS education on WSW (women having sex with women) and hosting monthly gatherings for lesbian, bisexual women and transgenders.