What we offer
Het Roze Huis is the organisation to contact for any questions about sexual and gender diversity. We’re also the point of contact for local authorities, organisations, and the press with questions about LGBT+ subjects.
Photo: Elvire Van Ooteghem
Have you got questions or doubts about your sexuality or gender, or do you simply need a chat? Don’t keep it bottled in. Our volunteers from the chat and reception team are here for you!
Every Thursday evening between 7 pm and 9 pm, you can find somebody willing to help you in Den Draak cafe. Ask for us at the counter. You don’t need to make an appointment. A welcome interview is always anonymous, and it doesn’t necessarily have to be in the cafe.
If you can’t make it on Thursdays, get in touch to make an appointment at another time or place. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you prefer to chat online, contact Lumi with your questions at any time: https://www.lumi.be/. They’ll listen to what you have to say and can also refer you to specialist assistance.If you need to speak to someone urgently because you’re having suicidal thoughts, or know someone else in this situation, contact the suicide hotline immediately: www.zelfmoord1813.be.
Our library is specialised in fiction and non-fiction on the LGBT+ theme. In addition to a large collection of books (in various languages), the HolebiBib also regularly arranges readings by authors and book readings. Keep an eye on the calendar!Opening hours:
Saturday and Sunday from 2 pm to 4 pm
Questions? Send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Every year in November, Het Roze Huis – çavaria Antwerp organises the L-week in Antwerp: a ten-day event for lesbian, bisexual, trans women and non binary people. The L-week consists of numerous activities. The event includes a variety of activities, such as workshops, readings, sports activities, cooking workshops, film screenings, etc.
Het Roze Huis organises a free (online) film night every three months. Everyone is welcome to one of our film screenings. Check Het Roze Huis Facebook page for more information about what’s on and registration.
Every first Friday of the month, Het Roze Huis organises a games evening at 8 pm in the Suzan Daniel room (first floor, Draakplaats 1). No registration is required, everyone is welcome. Unfortunately, this space is not wheelchair accessible.