There’s More to The Story – National Library Week 2023

PFLAG Connects: Communities (PCC) provides a safe, virtual, moderated space where people with shared experiences can connect to share and find support. As of April 2023, this PFLAG program creates unique spaces for people of Latino, Black/African American, Asian American and Pacific Islander, and Military backgrounds to offer support, build community, and facilitate learning.

Join us this Thursday, April 27 for Something to Talk About Live!

Pre-Order Now: Authentic Selves

PFLAG National is proud to be a publishing partner on Authentic Selves, a beautiful and powerful new book from Skinner House. Groundbreaking in its depictions of joy and community, the book celebrates trans and nonbinary people and their families in stunning photographs and their own words. 

So often trans and nonbinary people’s stories are told only through the lens of their struggles and challenges, but trans and nonbinary people live rich and fulfilling lives full of joy and community too.The compelling stories in Authentic Selves provide a glimpse into the real lives, both the challenges and the triumphs, of these remarkable people and their families, all of whom are working to create a more just, diverse, and compassionate world.

Visit now to learn more and pre-order!

Submit your comment today in support of hard-won Title IX protections in sport!

20 states have anti-trans sports bans, with more states trying to pile on with trans discrimination. Now, it’s time to take action in support of trans student athletes

The Department of Education is taking comments from now through May 15th on its proposed rule on Title IX Athletics, which prohibits categorical exclusion of trans athletes by schools and sets criteria to which they must adhere to receive federal funds. Read our fact sheet to learn more about the proposed rule.

Submit your comment today! Together we can ensure that non-discrimination protections based on sex are fully inclusive of our transgender, nonbinary and intersex loved ones and neighbors!

Today is Right to Read Day

Today is the start of National Library week, and to honor the occasion, we're joining our partners from the Unite Against Book Bans campaign in calling on readers, advocates, and library lovers to fight back against censorship in a national day of action to defend, protect, and celebrate your right to read freely and #ReadWithLove. We're calling it Right to Read Day.

ALA's recent unveiling of data showing record-shattering attempts to remove books from school and public libraries tells the story; today we take action.

Visit to take action using great resources, including the PFLAG National guide to how to testify at library board meetings


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