PFLAG In The News

March 11, 2019

Native PFLAG hosts first Two Spirit, LGBTI powwow

The Native chapter of PFLAG, America’s largest organization for families and allies of the LGBTI community, is breaking boundaries with the first ever Two Spirit powwow.

January 10, 2019

PFLAG National Learning and Inclusion Director discusses 'The Lavender Scare'

"Jean-Marie Navetta, Director of Learning & Inclusion for PFLAG National participates in panel discussion for 'The Lavender Scare'"

January 3, 2019

PFLAG Helps Teen Come Out

"His dad’s acceptance evolved rather quickly. Within a year of Adams transition, Mr. Miller was attending PFLAG meetings regularly and even marched in Atlanta’s Pride parade with the PFLAG chapter."

January 1, 2019

Famous Former PFLAGer's Advocacy Through Media

"Kevyn Aucoin helped start chapters of PFLAG and encouraged celebrities to offer positive messages to queer youth–a practice much less commonplace at the time."

December 20, 2018

How to Deal With An Unsupportive Family During The Holidays

"Broadly spoke with the President of PFLAG National to find out how LGBTQ youth—and everybody—can cope with unsupportive relatives during the holiday season."

December 17, 2018

Just one gay acquaintance can change hearts and minds on LGBTQ rights

"Those who were previously opposed or ambivalent about gay and lesbian people can change their hearts and minds," Owen said.

December 11, 2018

Vogue Theater joins with PFLAG Manistee to bring a film to life

The Vogue Theater has partnered with PFLAG Manistee for the viewing of “Boy Erased”

November 28, 2018

Homophobia in Washington State moves PFLAG to action

"Homophobic Facebook post incites fear and anxiety within the local LGBTQ community and anonymous individuals started a campaign to promote inclusiveness within Sedro-Woolley and Skagit Valley"

November 28, 2018

Proposed anti-discrimination ordinance put on hold in Dillon

The three Dillon City Council members considering whether a proposed anti-discrimination ordinance should go before the full council failed, again, to make a decision at a crowded meeting Tuesday.

November 26, 2018

Transgender Day of Remembrance honored locally on Nov. 27

"The Transgender Day of Remembrance was started in 1999 by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998."