5 Facebook Social Groups for Tucson Queers

Facebook social group

We all know that making new friends and socializing becomes more difficult the older you get. Thankfully Facebook makes it easy to create and join groups that share a common interest. In this case, we’re looking for LGBTQ+ groups to join and we’ve found 5 Facebook social groups to look into.

Facebook Social Groups

Tucson LGBT and Friends: Approximately 2k members, established in 2015 this is a general social group aimed at simply connecting the community together. It has a lot of overlap with…

Tucson’s LGBTQ+ ?️‍??️‍??️‍?: About 600 members, established in 2015. This is a general group with little to no restrictions on what you can post as long as it pertains to the LGBTQ+ Family. Feel free to share an event or a meme, whatever strikes you in the moment.

Tucson LGBTQ+ Events/Volunteer Opportunities: Approximately 2.5k members, established in 2020. As the name suggests TLGBTQ+ E/V is useful for finding fun local queer things to do or volunteer opportunities. You might find a call for a Rainbow Build with Habitat for Humanity or a listing of gay choir shows by Reveilles Men’s Chorus. This group only allows posts that are local calls for action or local event listings.

G3 Tucson: Approximately 1700 followers, this group is less on social discussion and more on social interactions. G3 Tucson is a gay happy hour that takes place on the 3rd Friday of the month. Each month a different queer-friendly venue hosts the party, the Facebook group primarily serves to tell you where and when.

GayTucson Qmmunity: This is a new group for our GayTucson.com followers. In the GT Qmmunity, we want people to discuss pressing issues of the day and give us suggestions for anything you’d like to see more of on GayTucson.com.

Please let us know if you’d like your Facebook social group listed on GayTucson.com. We love connecting the community together on all levels.

Jenn Hopkins

Currently serves on the board of the Warehouse Arts Management Organization as the Toole Shed Studios Representative.
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Currently serves on the board of the Warehouse Arts Management Organization as the Toole Shed Studios Representative.