Read the latest news about PFLAG, or Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. Since its inception in 1972, PFLAG has grown to become the largest organization through which straight allies can support members of the LGBT community. Learn more about the history of the organization, which was founded by elementary school teacher Jeanne Manford after she discovered her gay son had become a victim of violence for his activism. Discover PFLAG’s many campaigns and advocacy work that helps improve the lives of LGBT youth.

The Maine teen, famed for winning a landmark decision allowing her to use the girl's bathroom at school, plays a trans dancer struggling with transition-related healthcare.

June 18 2015 3:13 PM

Marsha Aizumi says she was honoring her forebears when she marched in a Pride parade to support her transgender son.

May 27 2015 7:15 AM

PFLAG honored allies from the worlds of entertainment, sports, and business at a gala even this week.

April 02 2015 6:17 PM

Married Methodist pastors Tom and Jan Harry discuss their daughter's coming-out, her wedding, and why her marriage deserves respect.

March 30 2015 6:00 AM

Don and Gena Rogers tell the story of their son's coming-out and the path to acceptance that led them to join a PFLAG legal brief in support of equality.

7:30 AM

The atmosphere in China is far from LGBT-friendly, but activists are working for change and seeing the U.S. as a model.

October 15 2013 3:46 PM