Pride Talks is here to inspire, support, and provide resources for real life conversations about the LGBT* community.
As LGBT individuals and allies, we are faced with sometimes daily interactions that demand answers to complex questions. Whether know it or not, our responses are often interpreted as representative of the community as a whole. What we say makes a difference, and we are our own best advocates. We should have the right tools accessible.
Learn more about the issues and find authoritative organizations and directories in the resource library. Browse through beautiful tributes to love in our collection of anonymous love letters to and from all kinds of people. Read personal stories told by real people in our blog. Shop in Pride Talk’s store: a marketplace for lgbt-friendly businesses. Find a safe space to be your authentic self. Whenever possible, take action and make the voice of the lgbt community heard!
The lgbt community is unique in that we must discover within ourselves that we are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer. Rather than learning about our community from our family, we usually have the ironically opposite experience of learning about ourselves, and then being tasked with telling our loved ones.
We are our own best advocates. Many of us experience a spectrum of conversations in our everyday lives about being lgbt. We should have the necessary tools for the job.
We set out to make a toolbox for the lgbt community that we wish we had all along.
And thus, Pride Talks was born.
Meet Our Team
Pride Talks is an ever-improving work in progress, thanks to a collaborative effort from an incredible team. Our Team Profiles give an introduction to our family of bloggers, web contributors, and other partners.
Please send us all of your thoughts, questions, comments, anonymous love letters, resource suggestions, and amusing anecdotes!
*The term ‘lgbt,’ when used on this site, is meant to be inclusive of the entire community and our allies. The term can be viewed as also representing the terms ‘glbt,’ ‘lgbtq,’ ‘lgbtqia+,’ ‘queer,’ etc.