Something to Talk About Live is a discussion series for organizations looking for ways to keep the conversation going about LGBTQ+ and ally issues all year long.
Each week the Straight for Equality team at PFLAG National gets together to discuss a timely news article - focused on LGBTQ+ topics, intersectionality, diversity, inclusion and more - for 30 minutes, which is broadcast on a variety of social media platforms. They also offer the article and questions so that employee resource groups, community organizations, and PFLAG chapters can lead their own group discussions.
June 10, 2021: How to Choose a College as an LGBTQ+ Student
May 27, 2021: Growing Up Female and Queer with Star Trek
April 15, 2021: How Meghan Markle Has Already Changed the Way We Talk About Suicide (Trigger Warning: The article selected includes discussion of self-harm, suicidal ideation, and death by suicide.)
March 25, 2021: 'Pose' to End with Season 3 at FX
March 11, 2021: The Rise and Fall of America’s Lesbian Bars
February 25, 2021: House expected to vote on sweeping LGBTQ rights bill next week
February 11, 2021: How I Discovered My Own Asexuality Without Knowing It
February 4, 2021: Celebrate Pride Month by honoring these Black LGBTQ trailblazers
January 28, 2021: The Intersection of LGBTQ History and Disability
January 14, 2021: Queer Fans' Love of Wonder Woman is Bulletproof
January 7, 2021: 'Chosen families' ruptured: How COVID-19 hit an LGBTQ lifeline
December 17, 2020: Why I Came Out to My Family During the High Holidays
December 10, 2020: How Stonewall cured gay people — of psychiatrists
December 3, 2020: H.I.V. Death Rates Fell by Half, C.D.C. Says
November 19, 2020: Murdered, Suffocated and Burned Alive: 350 Transgender People Killed In 2020 (Trigger Warning: The article selected includes discussion of anti-trans violence and hate crimes worldwide.)
November 12, 2020: Queer & Christian in Texas: Are They Always Conflicting Identities?
November 5, 2020: 10 Self-Care Ideas To Help You Get Through These Rough Political Times
October 15, 2020: On Screen, Normalizing Queer Love in the Philippines
September 24, 2020: Community Reacts as Windy City Times Ends Print Edition
September 17, 2020: 13 queer classics you need to have on your bookshelf
September 10, 2020: 378,000 Trans People Could Face Voter Disenfranchisement in November
August 27, 2020: 10 Percent of Gamers are LGBTQ+ Nielsen Study Shows
June 18, 2020: How to Celebrate Pride Quietly When You Aren't Totally Out
June 11, 2020: Black, Queer And Too Tired To Be ‘Proud'
June 4, 2020: 25 Essential LGBTQ Pride Songs
May 28, 2020 - The loneliness of being queer and Muslim
April 16, 2020 - Queer pen pal project to keep students connected during pandemic
If you know which program you are interested in, or need more information about what would work best for your community we’re here to help.