- SunServe Publications: Do You Love Your Child Unconditionally Tri-Fold
- SunServe Publications: Do You Love Your Child Unconditionally Flyer
- PFLAG Publications: Our Children
- PFLAG Publications:
- Guide to being a trans ally
- Sé Tú Mismo
- Nuestras Hijas y Nuestros Hijos
- HRC Youth Report
Learn the risk factors for LGBTQ youth and get contact information for local resources.
OUR CHILDREN offers a fresh eye parents, caregivers, families, and friends about what to do when a loved ones comes out. Full of useful knowledge, helpful tips, expert opinions and first-person stories, it's a must read for anyone looking to learn more about how to support LGBTQ loved ones...or looking for support for themselves.
Written by PFLAG staff members, and created with the help of content experts, reviewers, and PFLAGers with experience to share, this publication is full of information, first-person stories, and expert input geared to those who have a loved one who has come out as trans or gender expansive.
A publication from our Straight for Equality program, this guide will help you learn more about what transgender means, develop competency around talking about the issue, become better informed about the challenges that many trans people face, and know specific ways that you can be a strong trans ally.
This publication is the Spanish translation of PFLAG's publication, Be Yourself. The book is a great resource for Spanish-speaking youth and families.
A culturally appropriate Spanish translation of "Our Daughters and Sons," this publication is a valuable resource for Spanish-speaking families coming to terms with homosexuality and bisexuality. The booklet answers commonly asked questions about having an LGBTQ loved one, and includes information about additional Spanish language resources.
HRC’s report, Growing Up LGBT in America, is a groundbreaking survey of more than 10,000 LGBT-identified youth ages 13-17. It provides a stark picture of the difficulties they face — the impact on their well-being is profound, however these youth are quite resilient. They find safe havens among their peers, online and in their schools. They remain optimistic and believe things will get better. Nevertheless, the findings are a call to action for all adults who want ensure that young people can thrive.