December 5, 2022

Something to Talk About? Why is Pansexuality So Often Misunderstood?

This week's discusison topic is Pansexual Pride Day.

September 9, 2022

Something to Talk About Live: Queerbaiting, Rainbow Washing, or Bi+ Erasure? Let's Discuss!

This week's discussion topic is queerbaiting and bi+ erasure in media.

August 8, 2022

Something to Talk About Live: Monkeypox (MPX) - What You Need to Know

This week's discussion topic is Monkeypox in the US in 2022.

March 7, 2022

Something To Talk About Live: March Is Bisexual+ Health Awareness Month

This week's discussion topic is Bisexual+ Health Awareness Month.


Advanced Bi+ Allyship: Going Beyond the "Bi"nary Recording & Training Toolkit

Beginning the ally journey can take a lot of introspection about your biases—and that work must continue as you become a more advanced ally. In this 201-level training, we will...

On Demand
September 20, 2021

Something to Talk About Live: September 23, 2021

This week's discussion topic is the erasure of men who are bisexual+.


Bisexuality+ 101: Understanding & Supporting People Who Are Bi+: Recording & Training Toolkit

The LGBTQ+ community is inclusive of many, but too often certain letters -- and people -- are less visible. As allies become increasingly educated about the LGBTQ+ community and feel more...

On Demand

What the +?: Understanding and Supporting Expansive LGBTQ+ Identities Recording & Training Toolkit

Lesbian. Gay. Bisexual. Transgender. Queer. Simple, right? Not for everyone. As allies become more engaged in LGBTQ+ spaces and advocacy, they often have questions about “the plus.” Please join PFLAG...

On Demand
February 25, 2021

Something to Talk About Live: March 4, 2021

This weeks discussion topic is LGBTQ+ demographics in the US .

June 29, 2020

Something to Talk About Live: July 2, 2020

This week's discussion topic is the experience of people who are bi+ in LGBTQ+ and straight spaces.


When Someone Comes Out: A PFLAGers Guide to Demonstrating Support and Acceptance Recording & Training Toolkit

The term “coming out” has become so mainstream that many people assume that the word—and the actions it entails—are simple. However PFLAGers know that it can still be a harrowing...

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October 10, 2020

Coming Out Day: Creating the Safety and Extended Family Support System Our LGBTQ+ Loved Ones Need

PFLAG always looks forward to celebrating Coming Out Day alongside all of the amazing LGBTQ+ people in queer history, in our networks, and across the nation, who have had the strength and support to come out and live their truths....

September 18, 2017

Bisexual+ Awareness Week

Bisexual Awareness Week, aka #BiWeek, is celebrated every year starting September 16th and ending on September 23rd, which is Celebrate Bisexuality Day. Bi Week exists to increase the visibility of the bi community, honor the community’s achievements, and advocate...


Be Yourself

A 2019 update to one of PFLAG National's most popular publications! BE YOURSELF offers a supportive and understanding approach to today's most common questions and concerns from youth regarding sexual...


Every Child Deserves a Family Act (ECDF)

ECDF would prohibit any child welfare service provider receiving federal assistance and involved in adoption or foster care placements from...


Camps for Youth

What do you get when you combine s’mores, archery, arts, wilderness skills, and bug juice with a safe space for LGBTQ youth and families? The camps below all fit the...


Support Hotlines

The hotlines listed below provide services to callers across the country. If you're looking for a local support network, also contact one of PFLAG's more than 400 chapters in the...


Recommended Reading: Coming Out

The reading list below is an excellent starting point in your coming-out journey ahead, since many of the titles listed cover the process both for those who are navigating a...

April 20, 2016

Faith FAQ

For many people of faith, coming out or learning a loved one has come out can bring up several questions. PFLAG offers some answers, advice, and considerations for working through these difficult questions.


A note to my son...from mom

Mother and Son
by Niky Never

This is a...

December 31, 2017

A Note to Fellow Parents of LGBTQ Youth From Beth

Note: Author Beth Leyba asked us to please share this piece, which was first published by our friends at HuffPo Gay Voices. We're happy to do so. Note that the author uses the pronouns xe, xyr and xem...