GMAD — Gay Men of African Descent — a partner in PFLAG NYC’s Safe Schools Program, is organizing a rally on Thursday, October 28, in Washington Square Park for young people to speak out against the rash of incidents of bullying and abuse of LGBT young people that has recently made news. Read more »

Where is the fight for marriage equality in New York State going after the November elections? How can you be involved?

Join PFLAG NYC at this Community Forum on Marriage Equality and get your questions answered! The event is sponsored by the New York City Council LGBT Caucus — Speaker Christine Quinn and Council Members Daniel Dromm, Jimmy van Bramer, and Rosie Mendez — and other elected officials in Queens. Read more »

A historic first will happen at the PFLAG NYC Awards Dinner on October 11. When Brian Burke, President and General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, receives the first-ever “Stay Close” Sports Leadership Award at the dinner, he will speak to an audience that includes representation from America’s big four sports leagues: the National Football League, National Hockey League, National Basketball Association, and Major League Baseball. Read more »

Until February of this year, Brian Burke was an ordinary father with a gay son. He’d known Brendan was gay for three years, loved him and supported him, but gay advocacy wasn’t his mission. If anyone was going to change the world, it was Brendan. Read more »

On September 26, PFLAG NYC will join with thousands of New Yorkers to stand up for fairness and equality by marching across the Brooklyn Bridge in the 7th NYC Wedding March. PFLAG NYC is a community partner of the the march, rally and community festival organized by Marriage Equality New York (MENY) to raise awareness about the inequality faced by same-sex couples and their families. Read more »