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Check out your local college or university to see if the Queer Studies department will be hosting any guest lectures that are open to the public, go to a book-signing for your favorite LGBTQ author or join a gay book club.
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- Lear more about our Queer Travel Social events here. As the saying goes, one door leads to another, and before long you will be a part of the local gay community.
- Visit Family. If there is not a chapter in your community or you are just looking for information and resources, PFLAG National is your first step in finding the support you need.
- Ally Faith Family Acceptance. The Family Acceptance Project external icon The Family Acceptance Project is a research, intervention, education, and policy initiative that works to prevent health and mental health risks for LGBT children and youth.
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