We believe that all individuals should be free to develop their full potential regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity, and that professional counselors must understand the unique ways gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals experience inequality and injustice resulting from discrimination and prejudice. Connect with us:. Provide continuing education about GLBT issues for professional counselors. Provide resource information and consultation on sexual diversity and identity to counselors, counselor educators, teachers, and other mental health providers. Promote and disseminate research on mental health issues related to GLBT individuals.
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All three?! They were both graduates of Leadership Texas that continued supporting the organization through leadership roles following graduation. But that day, they talked about the ONE major thing they had in common. They met their true loves through an offline matchmaking service. They had both displayed the ultimate in patience by being multi-year paying clients, admitting that to each other for the first time.
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Guillermo de los Reyes. Many times the LGBTQ community focuses on negative issues and problems that arise, so in this essay students will explore the joys, advantages, wonders and benefits of being a member of this fabulous community. Houston Transgender Unity Community - Funds needs-based scholarship to recognize outstanding transgender students and to contribute toward their continuing education. Peggy Rudd Transgender Scholarship Fund -was created to recognize outstanding transgender students and to contribute toward their continuing education.
The Nuntius. The first Houston community gay newspaper, published by Phil Frank real name: Floyd Paxton Goff and it was a good mix of local news, gossip, drag and bar information. By October it had merged with the Dallas publication Our Community, with both names on the cover.