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    David McKinnon, Past President at PFLAG of Vero Beach
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    Glennda Testone, Executive Director, The LGBT Community Center

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It’s National Transgender Awareness Week, Nov. 13-17


November 16, 2017    Wesley

Did you know that: ·      The F.B.I. released hate crime statistics for 2016 and highlighted the ongoing epidemic of anti-transgender violence in the U.S. ·      In 2016, advocates tracked 23 deaths of transgender people in the United States. ·      One in every 137 teenagers in the United States identifies as transgender. In our schools, transgender…
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November is National Adoption Month


November 7, 2017    Wesley

I have two adopted children: a son, born in 1983, and a daughter, born in 1988.  Both were closed adoptions of infants through a well-known adoption agency in Manhattan. I have little medical information about the birthparents from my son’s adoption and precious little from my daughter’s adoption. I’m not sure it would have been…
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October is National Bullying Prevention Month


October 19, 2017    Wesley

As an integral part of National Bullying Prevention Month, tomorrow is Spirit Day.  Does your child’s school have a GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance),  partake in GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network) sponsored activities? Will the students and faculty be wearing purple to show solidarity for LGBT youth and stand against bullying? Too many students are bullied…
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Why Do We Have National Coming Out Day?


October 10, 2017    Wesley

National Coming Out Day is an annual LGBTQ Awareness Day on October 11.  It actually started on 1987 with the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.  Observed in the U.S. and Switzerland as well as seven other countries, you may see participants wearing pink triangles or carrying rainbow flags. Did you know…
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