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Tell Us About Your Family / Cuentanos Sobre Tu Familia


GLAAD and COLAGE want to know your story of being raised by LGBTQ parents!

So many people don't know what it is like to be raised by a parent or two who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer—which can lead to a lot of misinformation. We'd love to help you share your thoughts or memories. What have been the gifts and challenges? Did you ever face discrimination as a result?  How were you treated by your friends, or teachers and classmates, your neighbors when they found out?  Don't worry about the form, just tell your story.

We can't wait to read what you have to say!

You can either enter your story and details below and we will get back to you, or you can also send your letters directly to JQuezada@glaad.org

COLAGE unites people with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer parents into a network of peers and supports them as they nurture and empower each other to be skilled, self-confident, and just leaders in our collective communities.

GLAAD y COLAGE quieren saber sobre tu historia de haber sido criado/a en un hogar con papas o mamas LGBTQ

Tantas personas no saben cómo es crecer con un padre o dos que son lesbianas, gays, bisexuales, transgénero o queer—y por eso a veces hay falta de información e ignorancia. Te pedimos que compartas tus pensamientos y memorias. Cuales han sido los regalos y los retos? Te discriminaron?  Como te trataron tus amigos, o maestros u otros estudiantes cuando supieron?  No te apures mucho de la forma que toma tu carta, te ayudaremos a editarla.

Nos encantaría leer lo que tu quieras compartir!

Puedes usar esta página para mandarnos tu historia y tus datos y así te responderemos. O puedes mandar tus cartas directamente a Jquezada@glaad.org

COLAGE une a personas que tienen madres o padres lesbianas, gays, bisexuales, transgénero y/o queer en una red de apoyo para que logren desarrollar su liderazgo en nuestras comunidades colectivas como seres con capacidades, seguros de sí mismo y justos.