Dealing with issues of sexual orientation and gender identity can be complicated….
We’re Here to Help
You may be a parent, family member or friend of someone who is gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender or questioning. You may be an LGBTQ person in the process of coming out and dealing with family, workplace, or social issues related to your sexual orientation or gender identity. Whatever your situation, you’ll find meetings, support, information, acceptance, and friendship at PFLAG Los Angeles.
On our website, you’ll find information about our meetings, copies of our newsletter in PDF format, and information about upcoming events of interest. You can download copies of our brochures for parents, LGBTQ youth, transgender persons and their families and people of faith in English or Spanish. You can sign up to receive monthly updates and meetings reminders.
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Organizations can contact our popular Speakers Bureau to schedule a virtual program at your location by a trained speakers on LGBTQ issues. Schools (middle and high schools, college and university classrooms), businesses, employee groups, corporations, government agencies, labor unions and museums utilize PFLAG Los Angeles’s free Speakers Bureau to help their students, members and participants understand issues of sexual orientation and gender identity.
One-on-one confidential help is available through our Help Lines or e-mail at email@example.com. We hope this website will encourage you to join us in person. The support, acceptance, and encouragement you’ll find can change your life – it changed ours..
PFLAG Los Angeles is committed to the work of ending the violence and systemic racism that daily injures Black people, Indigenous people, and People of Color. We welcome people of all ethnic groups, cultural backgrounds and nationalities, caring deeply for their dignity, equality and well-being.
People of Color have played a vital role in the struggle for LGBTQ equality right from its beginning. We honor the courageous pioneers of color who launched the Stonewall riots and founded the Gay Liberation Front: Marsha P Johnson, a Black transgender woman; Sylvia Rivera, a Latinx gay liberation and transgender rights activist; and Miss Major, a transgender elder and activist.
Reaching communities of color with the PFLAG message of support, education, and advocacy has been and remains a priority of our chapter, led by our African American and Latino board members.
While supporting LGBTQ individuals and their families in communities of color is our mission, we cannot be blind to the crushing inequality that burdens them. None of us can do everything to overcome this injustice, but all of us can do something.
Click here to get concrete suggestions for practical action—from support for minority owned businesses, to donations for bail funds for protestors, to suggestions for difficult conversations.