For me, a heteronormative world made me shroud my queerness from myself. It wasn’t until college I came out as bi, and was 25 when I realized I was actually pan. As a white cis woman in a het marriage with a stable home and accepting friends and family, it’s important to ensure support systems are in place for those who do not have the same privilege
Join us in supporting real change. LGBTQ+ young people are disproportionately affected by homelessness, overly represented in the child welfare system, and facing devasting barriers to affirming health care.
For more than twenty years, Ruth Ellis Center has lead the effort to change that. STRIDE for PRIDE: The Ruth Ellis Legacy Walk is about bringing visibility and resources to their efforts.
Help us create opportunities with LGBTQ+ young people to build their vision for a positive future.
Just a small donation will go a long way to helping us meet our goal for STRIDE for PRIDE!