Why does @DotOUT like #DotDay2017 so much? Because for 14 years, Dorchester, and her fabulous, zany, wildly unique folks and the @DotDayParade have welcomed us--Dorchester's LGBTQ community-- with open arms.
Come greet Helga, DotOUT's Rainbow Regatta's masthead! She's waiting for that special someone to sweep her off the truck front! Could it be you???
DotOUT is celebrating our neighborhood's wonderful diversity with this year's theme: Rainbow Regatta-Sailing Forward Together. Dorchester is closely tied to its waterfront from the Neponset river to Port Norfolk and
"If we desire a society of peace, then we cannot achieve such a society through violence. If we desire a society without discrimination, then we must not discriminate against anyone
Something happened on the way to Broadway Street...
DotOUT, BOSTON’S ONLY LGBT NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP, DISTRIBUTING RAINBOW FLAGS TO SOUTH BOSTON BUSINESSES AND RESIDENCES Steering Committee responds to recent St. Patrick’s Day Parade inclusion of LGBT veterans group. BOSTON,
DotOUT steering committee members are giving away 100 free rainbow flags this week to South Boston businesses and residences to display during the annual South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade
In vibrant Dorchester, Boston's largest and most diverse neighborhood, DotOUT has 'connected the dots' for more than 13 years between LGBTQ neighbors and businesses with creative and inclusive civic,
Lawmakers are stalling on legislation fully protecting transgender Bay Staters from discrimination—and the clock is ticking. Right now, there is no firm commitment from state lawmakers to bring SB 735
#WickedWhiteOUT takes Dorchester by STORM! Playing off of Boston Pride's #WickedProud theme emphasizing pride and social media, DotOUT Float Committee members chose this year's float theme, #WickedWhiteOUT—a totally Dorchester tongue-in-cheek