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Who We Are & What We Do

The Gender Phluid Collective is a collective that was created out of the need to create more diverse and inclusive safer spaces for those who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) and Queer, Trans, People of Color (QTPOC) that intersect with the African Diaspora within the San Diego  2SLGBTQIA+, specifically those who identify as non-binary, trans, gender queer, and gender fluid. There is no absolute safe space, but GPC helps to create safer spaces.  GPC provides support groups, resources for community health services, and mental health services as well as helps provide items for those transitioning, or just needing a little help maintaining. We do welcome everyone to our space, but we do have boundaries and ask that these boundaries are respected.


The Gender Phluid Collective is a collective movement of entities working together to dismantle the narratives of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and all other prejudices towards gender identity and sexual orientation.

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  • Bringing visibility to the intersectional identities of race, gender, sexual orientation, and religion by providing programs and support services that create and promote inclusivity in our community. 

  • Empowering all community members by providing access to essential resources, advocacy for civil and human rights, and student rights. 

  •  Creating an environment of healthy narratives of inclusivity, affirmation, love, mental health support.

  • Bringing visible change to help sustain the health and well-being of all genders and sexualities, including HIV communities. 

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Addressing the oppression of BIPOC and QTPOC folks  in a community that is already oppressed by a heteronormative society.  



For ourselves and other.



A process of discovery and we have so much to learn and to share.

Social Justice


 Securing equality, dignity, and justice in the daily lives of all BIPOC and QTPOC  people with a focus on our trans, gender nonconforming and enby community, especially the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.



Transparency in a climate of trust.

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