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About PFLAG Charlotte and the local and regional LGBTQ community.

“Welcome and Faith Communities: Part 2”, a guest post by Tracy Watts, Documentary Artist

“The words that follow are tied to the documentary video with regards to welcome that I posted yesterday (last week). . . . I can’t in good conscience be silent about some of the stories I collected.” Read More

“Welcome and Faith Communities: Part 1”, a guest post by Tracy Watts, Documentary Artist

“As a documentary artist . . . I wanted to explore welcome from the perspective of the receiver. Those who walk into faith communities and may or may not feel welcome.”Read More

“Building My Faith Bridge,” a guest post by Kelly Leech

Through the journey of her child’s transition, read how one PFLAG parent has come to a new understanding of how the Catholic Church fits within her own faith journey.Read More

“Raising Our Child,” a guest post by Amanda Dumas

We have always wanted to raise our kids in a house that would never need a closet. Love is love and as long as our kids were happy it didn’t matter to us who they loved.Read More

“Let Me Tell You About My Transgender Daughter” by Peggy Geiger

I recently finished sorting through the holiday “brag” letters we received from friends and family. We read about adult children with…Read More

“25 Years of Charlotte Pride,” a guest post by Jordan Frederick

I have never seen so many rainbows. This is my first (admittedly asinine) thought as I stepped onto Trade Street during Charlotte’s annual Pride festival. Read More

“Being Caleb”

100 Words Film Festival Charity Film

Directed by Holly Lane

Resources, help available for transgender people in Charlotte and beyond

In The News

I think my child may be LGBTQ: 6 things you can do before they come out

North Carolina ranks high nationally for LGBTQ-friendly hospitals

At Charlotte Pride, it’s ‘free mom hugs’ versus ‘Bible-believing Christians’

Charlotte Pride to Honor Local Leaders at Annual Festival & Parade, Aug. 17-18

50 years after Stonewall, NC town declares first LGBTQ Pride Day. Not everyone’s happy.

This PFLAG Mom’s Message for Mario Lopez: Ignorance Is Not Benign

Supporting Charlotte’s Gender Non-Conforming and Transgender Youth and Their Families

A dangerous step backward for transgender Americans

Chapter 1: The man in the maternity ward

Resources, help available for transgender people in Charlotte and beyond

Inclusivity serves workers and businesses

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