"My son just came out as gay..."
"My child just told me they are nonbinary..."
"My daughter just told me she was pan..."
Your child just came out. Your head may be swimming with questions, concerns, and fears – where can you turn for answers or support? You've found the right place! We're Mama Dragons, a nonprofit organization that offers safe online spaces where mothers, new to the journey of parenting an LGBTQ kid, can find support and education, connect with other mothers traveling similar paths, ask questions, and find answers as they learn the ins and outs of parenting their LGBTQ child.
Learn and grow
with courses from Parachute
Mama Dragons is excited to introduce PARACHUTE, an e-learning program made by parents, for parents. The Intro to Understanding Your LGBTQ Child series includes four e-courses that will help you open your eyes, mind, and heart to the new journey of being a parent of an LGBTQ child as you learn to be more understanding, supportive, and affirming.
JOIN OUR SUPPORT COMMUNITY
Mama Dragons offers programs that support, educate, and empower mothers of LGBTQ children - all along their journey of becoming a safe and affirming parent who celebrates their child. To access these programs, request to join the Mama Dragons closed Facebook group – a safe online space where you can meet other mothers with similar stories, share experiences, access educational programs, and find support from those who have walked a similar path.
MAMA DRAGONS BLOG
Explore our blog and read articles that dive into important LGBTQ related topics, and connect with other mamas who have shared their stories of learning to affirm and celebrate their LGBTQ child!
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION STATEMENT
Mama Dragons exists to support, educate, and empower mothers of LGBTQ children. We see direct parallels between how we support and educate mothers and the impact that sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, ability, and religion has on them, their LGBTQ children, and their communities. Mama Dragons is dedicated to building education and supporting spaces of cultural equity that empower a just, inclusive, environment so we can better support, advocate, and celebrate our diversity and build inclusion.