STTA Live! What Does it Mean to be a Transgender Role Model?

The Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31 was founded by transgender activist Rachel Crandall in 2009 to celebrate the contributions that trans and nonbinary people make to the world. It is also an opportunity to shed light on the discrimination that they face both in the US and around the globe.

Join us this Thursday, March 30 at 4:30 PM ET/1:30 PM PT for Something to Talk About Live where we will be discussing “Zaya Wade, in her own words: Dwyane Wade’s daughter on being a ‘microphone’ for trans youth“, by Naledi Ushe which appeared in USA Today. We’re excited to invite Aiden Aizumi, President at PFLAG Pasadena and Eden Lane, Arts and Culture Reporter at Colorado Public Radio to the conversation!

You can join this discussion live! Mark your calendar for Something to Talk About Live on Thursday, March 30 at 4:30 pm Eastern/1:30 pm Pacific on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

This Friday, March 31, is Transgender Day of Visibility

The International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) is an annual day of recognition, celebrated around the world on March 31st, which is dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments and victories of transgender and gender-expansive people, while simultaneously raising awareness of the work that is still needed to combat discrimination and violence.

Like the image above? We've got a TDOV social toolkit, full of shareable graphics and sample posts/tweets to use across social media.

As trans allies, we need always hold space for our trans loved ones, and recognize their many accomplishments. #TDOV is only one day out of 365 that gives allies the chance to uplift and celebrate our trans loved ones.

Find resources and learn more about #TDOV!

Tonight's Launch Night For the #ReadWithLove Book Club!

Join us tonight for our first meeting of the PFLAG #ReadWithLove Book Club, where you'll read alongside a group of dedicated bookworms eager to devour titles written by LGBTQ+ authors.

First up? Arvin Ahmadi’s How It All Blew Up, an incisive look at identity and what it means to find yourself by running away. We'll be joined by author Arvin Ahmadi for our meeting!

Sign up now at can't wait to see you tonight and #ReadWithLove!

Learning Still Happens At Home, with PFLAG Academy Online

While it's been a long three years of at-home virtual learning, PFLAG Academy Online (PAO) has been at it for years, offering both live and on-demand learning sessions to put your PFLAG work into practice. Sessions cover a variety of topics, from allyship to youth and schools to trans identities and more.

Check out the PAO section on our website to find our on-demand sessions, as well as information to register to join our upcoming live session in April. 

PFLAG Academy Online is a benefit of PFLAG National membership, so visit and check out all of the great learning offerings!


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