Other Queer Organizations
Samtökin ´78, The Icelandic Queer Organization, was founded in 1978. For more than thirty years it has been the leading movement in our fight for social and legal justice in Iceland. Its office at the Queer Center, Laugavegur 3, Reykjavik, is open daily from 1–5 p.m. and its library is open every Thursday from 5–10 p.m. The Rainbow Café is open every Thursday from 8 p.m. The Queer Center is a central meeting place for the LGBT youth groups as well as other social groups in our queer community. Its publication, Hýraugađ, is available on its web site, but only in Icelandic. Samtökin '78 is a member of ILGA and a founding member of Reykjavik Gay Pride. www.samtokin78.is / email@example.com / On Facebook: Samtökin ´78.
Q – The Queer Student Organization operates mostly within the University of Iceland, focusing on different educational issues, e.g. lesbian and gay rights, gender identity and raised consciousness about heteronormativity. Q meets every Friday night at the Queer Center, Laugavegur 3, Reykjavik. Q is a founding member of Reykjavik Gay Pride. http://hinsegin.wordpress.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / On Facebook: Q Félag hinsegin stúdenta.
MSC Iceland is a social club for men into leather, rubber and uniform, founded in 1985. The members meet regularly for different social gatherings and parties, and they welcome visitors from around the world. MSC Iceland is a founding member of Reykjavik Gay Pride. For further information visit their web site, www.msc.is / email@example.com
Trans Iceland is the Icelandic organization of transgendered people, founded in 2007 to fight for social and legal rights of transsexuals whose visibility is now growing in Iceland. They meet once a month at the Queer Center, Laugavegur 3, Reykjavik. For further contact and information, see Facebook: Trans Ísland.
KMK – Konur međ konum (Women with Women) is a social club for lesbians and their friends who meet regularly for volleyball, parties and other diverse activities. firstname.lastname@example.org / On Facebook: KMK SMS
Styrmir – Sports Club was founded in 2006 and now among the most dynamic grassroots movements of the LGBT community in Iceland. The club is open to men and women who train soccer, swimming and volleyball. www.ststyrmir.is / email@example.com / On Facebook: Styrmir Fótbolti.