All posts tagged "pflag"

  • PFOX Pushes Student Outreach

    Parents of students at Kensington's Albert Einstein High School got a surprise along with their children's report cards, Feb 1. Typically, individual public schools will...

  • Howard County Approves Gender Identity and Expression Non-Discrimination Bill

    The Howard County Council has approved legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression, making it the third jurisdiction in Maryland to...

  • PFOX in the World Bank Henhouse

    Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays – PFOX – will soon be able to say that its programming is supported by funding provided to...

  • Pizza Party with Mike Manning of MTV's Real World: Washington D.C. [video]

    LGBT youth from around the region gathered on Saturday, April 10, at the HRC Equality Forum in Washington, D.C., for a question-and-answer session with Mike...

  • Homegrown Galas

    Washington knows galas, from national organizations' star-studded dinners to embassies' glittery fetes. But there's something possibly dearer for locals when the homegrown groups step into...

  • Departure at PFLAG

    Lindy Perry-Garnette, executive director of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays of the Metropolitan Washington DC Area (Metro-D.C. PFLAG) announced Tuesday, Jan. 12...

  • Open-House Anger

    Despite the lure of an unseasonably temperate evening, about 60 people chose to remain indoors to hear what Assistant Chief Diane Groomes of the Metropolitan...

  • Stuart Wilber, Seattle

    Stuart Wilber At 71, Stuart Wilber may be of retirement age. But put away your brochures for age-restricted golfing communities or shuffleboard tournaments -- he's...

  • Broadway's 'It' Boy

    Last year, Out Magazine named budding actor Cheyenne Jackson its Entertainer of the Year. ''It was a great honor,'' says Jackson, best known as the...

  • Pulling Out the PFLAG Stops

    Washington is home to many national GLBT organizations working for equality on nearly every front. When you look at the lineup for one organization's upcoming...