"Family acceptance for LGBTQ youth who face homelessness and attempt suicide at tragic and unacceptable levels.
Though many children go through periods of being “gender-expansive”—for example, a preschool boy who prefers princess outfits—parents should pay attention if kids consistently, persistently and ins
Gail Clark-Savage, a leader in spurring local welcome parties for the participants in the AIDS bicycle ride through Lompoc every June, has been announced as the first nominee for the seventh annual
PFLAG Boulder County, which provides support, education and advocacy for the families, friends and allies of LGBTQ individuals, has received funding from The Community Foundation. This year, the fo
A Virginia mother says her views on LGBT people were transformed when her teenager came out as transgender. Hope Christina Hernandez said she was not raised to accept LGBT people.
To help combat some of the issues the transgender community is facing, Hannibal Quincy PFLAG started a conversation about compassion and acceptance at the Quincy Public Library.
“We are pleased that this legislation will provide invaluable data about the city’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, and help PFLAG NYC, as well as city agencies and other indepen
In her East Tennessee accent, Kelly Jenkins explains, “I knew I was a girl when I knew I was a girl–-at a very young age--but I didn’t know people disagreed with me.
The day is celebrated by schools, celebrities, companies and media outlets by wearing purple to show that they support the LGBT community and are taking a stand against bullying. See Michelle Visag
From South Jersey Magazine:
More than 100 representatives of employers and organizations from across Michigan gathered at Saginaw Valley State University this week for the second annual Great Lakes Bay Region LGBT Workplace S