If you have questions about sexual orientation, are seeking support or want general information about PFLAG, please write to:
P.O. Box 32245
Juneau, AK 99803
Approved & Adopted by the SEAGLA Board
The Southeast Alaska Gay and Lesbian Alliance is incorporated as a non-profit organization. The purpose of this corporation is to provide a support network for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people in Southeast Alaska. We believe this website helps us to achieve this objective.
This web site does not share personal information with any other web sites. If you contact us via e-mail, regular mail, or the telephone we will respond as appropriate. You will not be added to any external lists or databases without your authorization. We may use "cookies" if you access the member only areas of this site.
You can only be added to our mailing lists by joining this organization, and/or specifically asking us to add you to our announcement notices. If you wish to be removed from our mailing lists simply contact us and request us to remove your address information. You cannot sign up another person for our information services.
This website is intended for mature audiences, and does not target persons under the age of 14. Persons under the age of 14 must seek parental permission to visit this site.
This web site contains links to other websites. This website does not have any control over the content of external web sites. We are not responsible for web sites accessed via links on our web pages.
There are a large number of web sites designed for people interested in sexually explicit material. In fact many people associate "Internet" with pornography. SEAGLA does not intentionally link to sexually explicit material on its web page. However, we cannot control the content of every web site we link to. Browsing our links indicates that you are interested in the content and have personal responsibility for your own actions. You also agree that you are of capable of determining what is appropriate content for you.
Information about travel and transportation for Juneau, Alaska. Juneau has all kinds of lodging options. You can find B&B's that serve sourdough pancakes, or you can choose a main stream hotel with modern amenities. You can camp out in the wilderness by reserving a park cabin or camp at the US Forest Service campgrounds. The Mendenhall Campground near the Glacier was remodeled in 2004, so it even has showers with hot water. It depends on the kind of experience you are looking for. We also have some older rustic places to stay, exclusive upscale B&Bs and boutique hotels too, with nice restaurants. Near the airport you will find several hotels and places to stay that make catching a flight at the airport a breeze, if you stay downtown you will be part of the hustle and bustle no matter what time of year. Access any travel website to find good hotels in Juneau we have listed a couple of our favorite is the related links here.
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