PFLAG Alamance

                   Parents, families, friends and allies

                        United with LGBTQ people

                                  To move equality forward


PO Box 623                 Elon, NC  27244              336-584-8722  

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Tuesday, June 12, at 7:00 p.m.

A meeting starter from Pres. Pete: "W hat you are 
grateful  for in these crazy times?"

Be thinking about it before tuning in next week!

It seems like ages since we've been able to gather in the Fellowship room at ECC and share our stories, questions and even some humor.  Now ZOOM has become our meeting place and we have grown in numbers each month. In May we welcomed two of our founding members and one former member, all of whom have moved away. It was great to see faces and hear voices from our own homes.

We will repeat our virtual meeting again next Tuesday evening  for those who have a ZOOM account and are interested.  In order to maintain the security and confidentiality of our online sessions, we need to know of your interest. 

Just email us:, giving us your FIRST NAME, your email address and how you found out about this meeting. We will then send a notification of how to access the meeting. (If you were in our previous meetings you don't need to repeat this notification)

ZOOM is free. Search for details and a simple signup process.

Not sure you can make ZOOM work for you?  Perhaps we can offer some help. 
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PFLAG NATIONAL Uniting to Combat Racial Violence


PFLAG National ws prouid to  sign on to a letter  committing our movement to make "explicit commitments to embrace anti-racism and end white supremacy, not as necessary corollaries to our mission, but as integral to the objective of full equality for LGBTQ people." 

PFLAG National's Board of Directors created a Unity and Inclusion Policy , back in 2016, which did indeed make this work integral to our direct objectives, mission, and vision. We will continue to do that work.

Aimee Stephens, Transgender Woman At Center Of Major Civil Rights Case, Dies At 59

Aimee Stephens' Supreme Court case is over the question of whether employers can fire workers for being transgender. "We're not asking for anything special. We're just asking to be treated like other people are," Stephens told The Detroit News last year.

Aimee Stephens, the transgender woman at the center of a major employment rights case pending in the U.S. Supreme Court, died in Detroit on Tuesday at age 59.

Stephens was the first transgender person whose civil rights case was heard by the Supreme Court, according to the American Civil Liberties Union, which represented her. Her case concerns the question of whether federal law prohibiting employment discrimination applies to transgender employees.


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This streaming video will open/begin streaming on June 12th!

In 2007, OUT at the Movies screened Daniel Karslake's powerful documentary, For the Bible Tells Me So.  We sold out Main of UNCSA's ACE Theatre Complex 3 times and had another 250 people for a 4th screening.  It is believed that more people saw the film in Winston-Salem with OUT at the Movies than anywhere else in America!

Daniel's follow up to For the Bible Tells Me So is For They Know Not What They Do.  The riveting documentary will open with a virtual cinema screening on June 12th, and OUT at the Movies is proud to be a part of the nationwide release!

Tickets are $10.00, and an OUT at the Movies dedicated link to "buy a ticket" will be available on June 11th.  The link  will be on our website on June 11th.  OUT at the Movies will receive a significant portion of the ticket sales.  

Each person purchasing a ticket through the OUT at the Movies dedicated link between June 12th and June 19th will be entered in a drawing to receive prizes including two tickets to our festival's VIP reception, two festival passes and two pink wristbands for the next Key West in Winston-Salem celebration!

The film will be available to OUT at the Movies fans for as long as interest remains.  In addition, we will be hosting our own Zoom Q & A with Daniel and some of documentary subjects, most likely the weekend of June 19th, so you will want to watch it ahead of the Q & A.

Just announced . . .

The first trailer for Love, Simon spin-off Love, Victor is FINALLY here

Hulu has released the first official trailer for the Love, Simon spin-off series, and it includes some familiar faces.

Love, Victor is set in the same world as the original film and focuses on Victor (Michael Cimino), a new student at Creekwood High School who, like Simon, is on a journey of self-discovery as he struggles to come to terms with his sexuality.

He will seek out Simon for advice on coming out and how to navigate the terrors of high school. Nick Robinson - who played Simon Spier in the groundbreaking teen romance - will narrate and produce the series.

Ugly Betty star Ana Ortiz joins Cimino as Isabel, Victor's mother who is feeling the pressure after moving across the country, while James Martinez (One Day at a Time) will play his "guy's guy" father Armando.

The highly-anticipated teen dramedy will also star Sophia Bush, Isabella Ferreira, Mateo Fernandez, Rachel Naomi Hilson, Bebe Wood, George Sear, Anthony Turpel and Mason Gooding.

The trailer features all the aforementioned stars, as well as a surprise appearance from Love, Simon star Keiynan Lonsdale - who reprises his role as Blue - Drag Race icon Katya and 13 Reasons Why's Tommy Dorfman.

Love, Victor premieres 19 June on Hulu - watch the first official trailer below.


And remember....when you no longer feel you need PFLAG, PFLAG needs you! There are people out there who need a supportive friend.