Rainbow Quest!  is the journey of your lifetime that you can share with old and new friends. It's the trifecta of board games: it teaches culture and history, manifests social skills and confidence, and cultivates copious amounts of laughter and fun.  This makes it the perfect new board game for your LGBT family game night, school GSTA, support group, or community drop-in center. Or, treat yourself and invite friends over for a great evening of PLAY!

Rainbow Quest! was developed by Brian J. Kaufman, Ph.D. -- a psychologist with over 40 years experience working with both youth and adult community social support groups.

Solidly based on years of testing and guided by input from expert LGBT scholars, historians, education specialists, and elected officials, shaped with feedback from scores of 'regular' individuals of all ages, sexual orientations, and levels of experience in the LGBT community.

"Congrats on putting together Rainbow Quest! As I said in my notes to Kevin (Jennings, former Assistant Deputy Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools at the U.S. Department of Education, GLSEN founder, & Executive Director, Arcus Foundation) it's quite evident that many hours of research and planning went into it and I applaud your dedication to this concept....Rainbow Quest is much more focused on targeting the educational market which will utilize the game to educate younger (and older!) people about LGBT history, movies, music, icons and empower gay boys, girls, men and women to embrace their sexuality in a positive manner... I'm sure you'll have no problem promoting and selling this game to your target market. I wish you all the best." --- Richard Geritts, Out and About Productions, creator and producer of CBS TV game show Celebrity Name Game, and board game Identity Crisis

The Rainbow Quest! game never fails to be: 

  • truly fun
  • an honestly 'LOL' gaming experience that tests your knowledge of LGBT history and culture
  • a great platform for sharing personal anecdotes, insights, and wisdom
  • helpful in building interpersonal communications skills
  • engaging, bringing people closer together
  • the perfect activity for any support group, drop-in center, or GSTA (Gay Straight Transgender Alliance)

Designed for 2 - 12 players (or teams), the Rainbow Quest! game moves along with an infectious positive energy that lifts spirits, educates, and brings players closer together. 

Warning: Continued use of this game may produce close friendships. Is likely to induce sudden increases in self-confidence, unexpected smiling, laughing out loud, and an uncanny ability to feel comfortable in the presence of strangers.   

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With Rainbow Quest!, it really DOES get better!

As we reassure LGBT youth, 'it gets better,' we now have a real tangible tool to ensure that it really DOES get better!  Every time you play Rainbow Quest!, you educate and elevate yourself and your community at the same time. 

When you play this madcap game, review and learn about contemporary milestones in LGBT pop culture and history and even build interpersonal skills and relationships

  • Roll the dice to land on one of the nine rainbow spaces and follow the instructions on the color-coordinated card you pull from the box. 
  1. 1. Will you have to draw a picture?

  1. 2. Communicate through pantomime?
  • 3. Answer a trivia question?
  • 4. Invite the other players to guess how you'll respond in a hypothetical situation?
  • 5. Disclose something about yourself to others?
  • 6. Identify the source of an LGBT quote?
  • 7. Advance or retreat along the board when your fate lands you in an 'Un-Pink-Able' situation?!
  • 8. Land in the closet and share a coming out story to get out!
  • 9. Land on the 'rainbow' and you get to choose your challenge!


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