Resources

Pembina Valley Pride is committed to providing resources and education in our community. Check here in the coming months to find more information about common topics relating to the 2SLGBTQIANB+ community!

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Pink Shirt Day

pink shirt day & 2SLGBTQIANB+ Youth The Origins of Pink Shirt Day Did you know? Pink Shirt Day was started in Canada in 2007, when 2 students in Nova Scotia took a stand against homophobic bullying. A new student had worn pink to school which led to homophobic harassment from some classmates. The next day,

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For Parents & Caregivers

for Parents & Caregivers If you are navigating a family member or friend’s coming out and are seeking support or a chance to talk, please contact education@pembinavalleypride.ca . When you first became a parent or guardian and thought about your hopes and dreams for your child, you most likely wanted them to be healthy and

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Coming Out

Coming Out On This Page The “Coming Out” Process Someday, we’ll all be able to love who we love, bring them home to meet our family, and nobody will think twice. We’ll all be able to live as our true gender, and nobody will bat an eye. Until that time, being part of the Rainbow

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The Acronym

THE ACRONYM What does 2SLGBTQIANB+ mean? Each person’s identity within the Rainbow community is unique and personal. Therefore, each person is free to describe themselves as they wish, and to adjust their description as they learn to know themselves. The acronym 2SLGBTQIANB+ is an attempt to define some of the experiences of the Rainbow community,

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For Family & Friends

for family & Friends If you are navigating a family member or friend’s coming out and are seeking support or a chance to talk, please contact education@pembinavalleypride.ca . How can I best be supportive? If you have a family member or friend who is part of the Rainbow community, your support can make a world

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