We would like to welcome the newest member of Q Means Business, A Healing Intention and Kevin Miyasato, MSW, LCSW! One of the most important relationships that we will have in our lives is actually with ourselves. Therapy allows individuals the ability to discover ways to realize who they are and then become congruent in.. read more →

We are lucky to have the most wonderful volunteers at Q Center. They bring such passion and love for the LGBTQ community to their volunteer positions. It’s with their help that we are able to offer such a diverse range of relevant programming and to also keep things running smoothly 7 days a week. We.. read more →

Did you know that Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men account for nearly 8 out of 10 new HIV infections among Latinos in the United States, and almost one out of four new infections among gay and bisexual men of all races? Yet, too many Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men with HIV do not know they.. read more →

Surely you were as just as excited as all of us at Q Center on May 19th to finally have a victory in the campaign for marriage equality.  It has been a hard-fought journey to get to where we are today, and I encourage you to take a few more moments to savor this triumph.  But then you.. read more →

Come celebrate Q Center’s 10th birthday with us on Friday, July 11th at Q10 – A Decade of Q Center.  If you have ever been part of making the dream of Q Center a reality, or if you just love Portland’s LGBTQ living room and feel like dancing, please join us.  Hosted by comedian Belinda.. read more →

(The original article can be found here at www.affectmagazine.com) Google, The world’s leading search engine, is well known for being a gay friendly corporation. In a sign of solidarity during the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Google boasted a rainbow colored doodle as its logo during the Olympics to raise awareness of human rights atrocities.. read more →