This was the question asked, as I walked in the room of my first PFLAG meeting in eight years. Back then I was the outsider. An “enemy in the camp.” I was the leader of one of the largest “ex-gay” organizations in the US.
Pride means so many things to so many people. Some enjoy the fun, accepting atmosphere. Others use it as a platform from which to bring to light injustice and courage. Still others find it as a source of comfort in a world that may treat them as “less” every other day of the year.
Piedmont Care is holding another day of extended hours in recognition of National HIV Testing Day on June 27th. Thursday, June 27, 2019 Piedmont Care – 101 North Pine Street, [...]
Uplift Outreach Center Open House Scheduled for August 1st UPLIFT OUTREACH CENTER -- June 18, 2019 Spartanburg SC In May, PFLAG Spartanburg announced the establishment of the Uplift Outreach Center [...]