People who are LGBTQ and their families deserve to be safe and secure, no matter where they live, work, study, pray or play. Through our mission of support, education, and advocacy, PFLAG works to make sure that all communities provide this type of security, and have the resources needed to help those communities thrive.
Muslim communities have been subjected to Islamophobia, racism, and violence based on ignorance. The contemporary Muslim experience in some way mirrors the LGBTQ experience, making support for those whose identities intersect all the more important.
For too many of our children, attending school can be a frightening experience. And for parents, teachers, counselors, and administrators, providing a safe environment for young people can seem like a daunting task. Read our new updated publication!
Answers to your most urgent questions regarding the rescission of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and Department of Education (DOE) Title IX Guidance for transgender students.
While the actions of some churches have given Christians a bad name when it comes to LGBT rights, others have...
Marsha Aizumi and her 28 year old, married transgender son Aiden are determined to help.
Safe Place is a collaborative effort between local non-profits, businesses and law enforcement. It began in Seattle and has resulted in reduced crimes against the LGBTQ community.