Imagine for a moment that you had a safe space to meet with peers and mentors, where you had the freedom to express yourself without fear of judgment or criticism. In this place you felt safe to tell the truth; free to share how you feel and think; and realized that you're not alone. How might it have changed your life? How might it change the world?
First Annual Openarms Comedy Show Fundraiser
Tulsa's very own Openarms Youth Project will be hosting its first Comedy Show fundraiser this November. Come out for an evening of chuckles and good laughs with Oklahoma's funniest line up of comedians. This entertaining and fun event is organized for those who are 21 years of age or older - wine and beer WILL be served. Cash donations are greatly appreciated. All ticket sales and donations will help keep the lights on and the doors open at Openarms Youth Project!
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'Misfits' film premier at the Circle Cinema
Jannik Splidsboel's newest film 'Misfits' featuring Openarms Youth Project will premier at the Circle Cinema on June 30th.
'Misfits' is a coming-of-age documentary about three American teenagers from conservative Tulsa struggling with isolation and instability in a heartfelt story that portrays family bond, poverty, survival, love and the consequences of coming out as an LGBT youth in the Bible Belt.
The film is about a new generation of teenagers coming out at an early age in the middle of the Bible Belt. While the general public opinion towards gays within America is slowly changing, this coming-of-age story closely follows the three gay teen protagonists as they struggle to achieve a sense of self within families in a community that still widely condemns homosexuality.
Visit the Circle Cinema web site for more details. Click hereand to purchase tickets.
Join us for our Saturday evening social every week from 7 till midnight. Just $5.00 to enter and lots of fun with dancing and shows that will entertain you. These nights are for 14-20 y/o and are a drug free/alcohol free environment with adult supervision.
» Thursday Night Dinner and Group
Come by and hang out at the center which opens at 4:30, with dinner served at 6:30 and group discussion at 7:00. You will make new friends and see all your regular ones. Come by on a Thursday to hang out and have fun at Tulsa's Only GLBTQ youth center: Openarms Youth Project Inc. Free Counseling available on Thursdays from 7:00 till 9:00 provided by OSU Counseling Center.
Our mission is to bring Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning youth and their friends together to build a peer based community that empowers them to end isolation, create a progressive youth voice; increase well being and self-esteem; and change the communities in which they live. Openarms Youth Project accomplishes this by offering peer based education, advocacy, recreation, information and leadership opportunities.