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  • "I still struggle with my mom, but I don’t feel so desperate now"
    Don realized he was gay when he was growing up in China, but didn’t dare tell anyone. He moved to Canada when he was 17, and came out to his mom a few years later. It has been a very difficult journey, but Toronto Pflag has given Don the support he needs to understand and cope with his mom’s response.
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  • "I will never forget that first phone call"
    Mary-Anne reached out to Toronto Pflag when her 12-year-old son Simon told her he was gay. Simon was being bullied and was self-harming. A phone call to Toronto Pflag's support line opened a much-needed door to information, understanding and support for Mary-Anne and her family.
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 Toronto Pflag hugs to the amazing team at Anthony Passero Salon for hosting a fun and successful fundraiser on April 2.  Thanks to everyone who came out to our event!

Upcoming Events

NEW! Scarborough Support Meeting
Toronto Pflag Pride Family Brunch
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Next Meeting

The next support meetings will take place on Wed May. 3, 2017 (east end) and Tue May. 9, 2017 (west end) at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7:15 p.m.

New poster campaign offers support when LGBT kids come out

A groundbreaking new poster campaign on Toronto’s transit system offers advice and support for parents who may be hearing the news that their child is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). The campaign includes 68 posters on subway platforms and more than 700 posters in buses, streetcars and subway cars for the four weeks leading up to National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11. Read more.

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