We welcome anyone who supports our mission and quest for civil rights and social justice, without regard to sexual and gender orientation, race, gender, political persuasion, religion, physical ability or age.
We lead in bringing civil and social justice issues of sexual and gender orientation to the forefront in our local, state and national communities.
We conduct ourselves in a manner to educate rather than to alienate.
We maintain that gays and lesbians morally, ethically and legally must be accorded their full rights as American citizens and assert that there are no special rights being asked for or expected.
We are supportive of like-minded organizations in efforts of mutual concern, creating partnerships with local, state and national organizations toward a wide network for education and influence.
We seek dialogue with people who are open to learning more about sexual and gender orientation, or who are not resistant to learning more, or who may be encouraged to learn more.
We solicit members from among those leading emotionally healthy and responsible lives, who give to their community, their professions, their families and their spiritual lives.
We hold our officers, board members and membership to high ethical standards of truth, fairness and integrity in all activities both within and outside of the organization.
We encourage, value and respect each member’s contribution.
We cultivate a strong sense of organization loyalty.
We create opportunities for personal and professional growth.