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The mission of the B2M Project is to address the issues that face YMSM (Young Men who have Sex with Men) from combating AIDS-related discrimination, and to support, empower, and enhance the quality of life of African American & Hispanic/Latino YMSM in the Greater Houston area. Through education, training, community outreach, coalition-building, and research, we promote and uphold the ideals of sexuality and sexual health and the acceptance of YMSM. We offer further assistance to young and questioning youth through B2M, our social and support YMSM-led group.
We are a group of young people that provide outreach to the public and specifically to YMSM. We are young people between the age of 17-34 and of diverse ethnic backgrounds. As YMSM peer counselors, we share compassion, motivation, and a desire to assist in the fight against discrimination, bigotry, hate crimes and HIV/AIDS.
What We Do
At B2M Project, we conduct peer-to-peer street outreach, which means interacting with youth about their situation, asking the right questions, and most important--gaining trust. We also develop and conduct workshops, training and educational materials targeting young men who have sex with men in various institutions, schools, universities, and venues.
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B2M is designed to empower YMSM to become responsible men and productive members of their families and community through leadership, mentorship, capacity building and community engagement. CLICK HERE>>
As many as two-thirds of YMSM and questioning young people report feeling unsafe in schools, universities, churches and even at work because of their sexual orientation. B2M is designed to empower BMSM to become responsible men and productive members of their families and community through leadership, mentorship, capacity building and community engagement.
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Our dedicated HIV Counselors are available for HIV testing, providing educational materials, and/or answering questions regarding HIV-related issues.