Many local universities have established offline LGBT support communities. For example, our university — Stevenson — has the Q group. Towson University has three support communities: the Queer Student Union, In the Life, and the Center for Student Diversity. And University of Maryland has six: Pride Alliance, Hamsa, Progressive College Republicans, Satanic Mechanic Theatre Company, SmithOUT and Theta Pi Sigma. However, none of these groups specify the welcome acceptance of asexual individuals. This is not to say that these groups would shun or reject asexuals, but it is noteworthy that among these minority support groups, asexuals are not identified as potential members who can approach the groups for support.