Order your PFLAG T-shirt for Pride 2011

Seattle PFLAG is taking orders for PFLAG T-shirts. We have sizes Small – XXX-Large. Get your order in SOON! Send an email to with your order information. T-shirts are $15 (Small – XXX-Large) Check here for more info on joining PFLAG for Seattle PRIDE.

Pride Weekend 2011

Seattle PFLAG is ready to march in the Pride Parade and greet you at PrideFest! Join us in the march or stop by our booth. If you’re a member of another PFLAG Chapter in WA state, please feel free to march with us! We have more details here. See you at Pride 2011!

Day of Silence – April 15, 2011

LGBTQ teen suicide & bullying are epidemic in America. Day of Silence is coordinated nationally by GLSEN. This is a day in which students from around the country take a vow of silence to bring attention to homophobic, anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender name-calling, bullying & harassment faced in schools by students, teachers & other … Read more

It Gets Better Book Event at Town Hall – March 29

Liz Jones, KUOW, interviews Dan Savage and Terry Miller about “It Gets Better” and their new book, It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying and Creating a Life Worth Living. 7:30 pm at Town Hall Seattle, 1119 8th Ave. $5 tickets available at or 800-838-3006. Reception tickets ($100) before the program, includes a copy … Read more

Equality Day – March 22, 2011

Join us in Olympia on March 22nd as we lobby in support of the above bills, educate legislators about the importance of marriage equality, and discuss the importance of preserving the HIV/AIDS budget and other critical services during the economic crisis. The state faces an unprecedented budget shortfall and this threatens the safety net upon … Read more

Swing Into Laughter

Seattle PFLAG will be at the Seattle Women’s Chorus performance featuring Kathy Najimy on Feb 25 and 26! Enjoy the fun and feel free to stop by the PFLAG table.

PFLAG Presents on KOMO News

PFLAG hosted the Chiefs of the Seattle Police and Fire Departments to discuss efforts in supporting and working with the LGBTQ community. KOMO 4 News covered the event and below is their report. [youtube][/youtube]

When a Teen Comes Out has a wonderful article posted on their website which highlights one student’s story of coming out, facing homophobia and tips for parents. When a Teen Comes Out