Some people believe you can tell a lot about a town by its radio stations.We have 6 radio stations, and two and a half local TV stations.The opinions expressed on this page are not necessarily those of SEAGLA.So, what is it like to be gay, lesbian or transgender in Juneau...?SEAGLA sponsors occasional parties, BBQs, movie nights, potluck dinners, among other things.Check our calendar for more information about current events.The best place to start is to attend SEAGLA or PFLAG events when they occur.Remember to keep coming back and checking our web calendar for updates.
As for the best information about HIV services in Alaska, please review our GLBT resource links.
SEAGLA often receives email asking, "What is it like to live and work in Juneau?
" While the experience varies for each person depending on numerous objectives, there is always a few tidbits that people always want to know about.
You can find a listing and links to these organizations on the Alaska Links page.
SEAGLA provides support, and social opportunities for persons who wish to meet like minded souls.