What We Do


We get people talking about the issues surrounding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA+) people.


We teach others how to be supportive and understanding of everyone's gender identity, sexual orientation and intimate relationships.


We aren't afraid to show our true selves to the world and strive to inspire the same confidence in others.

Come Out Of Your Shell

Colours Caribbean Decal
Spot The Turtle

We cultivate a bold and visible community for the LGBTQIA+ people of the Caribbean and Latin America through our Colours Caribbean Pledge.

The Colours Caribbean Pledge is a grassroots effort to develop a network of local businesses, organisations, professionals and public venues intolerant of discrimination and harassment. And that effort continues to this day.

Look for participants sporting the Colours Caribbean turtle who have pledged "never to tolerate harassment, discrimination nor misconduct towards or deny employment, provision of service nor sale of goods to any persons at our establishment on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity."

Our Partners

Cayman Islands Red Cross
Jason Jones People's Foundation
United Caribbean Trans Network

Get Involved

Educational Workshops

Participate in our ongoing series of "Colour Me Loved" workshops, designed to educate teens, adolescents, teachers, parents and guardians on the sensitive subjects of gender identity, sexual orientation and mental health.

Sociopolitical Campaigns

Promote the inclusion and equality of LGBTQIA+ persons by collaborating with like-minded political activists, groups and organisations, and advocating for progressive change by taking political action.

Podcasts & Video Series

Highlight the experiences of LGBTQIA+ people and increase awareness of the challenges they face by promoting visibility in our podcasts and growing series of online videos.

Our members and volunteers meet regularly to organise events and develop programmes designed to promote visibility, provide education and encourage dialogue surrounding local and regional LGBTQIA+ issues. Sign up to join the movement.