You Are Strong Enough to Quit

Quitting smoking is tough and so are you, even if you don’t always feel that way.

LGBT people face adversity and overcome it every day. You can use that same strength to quit smoking. We’ve got tools to help you:

  • Set a quit date and create your personalized quit plan.
  • Talk to a doctor about medications and other ways to help you quit. Find an LGBT-friendly healthcare provider through the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association.
  • Sign up for SmokefreeTXT to receive 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips to help you quit and stay quit.
  • Get 24/7 help with a Smokefree app for your smartphone.
  • Join us on Instagram at SmokefreeUs.

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LGBT people often face unique stressors and many cope by smoking. Quitting means dealing with stress in other ways.
Cultural images can smoking look rugged or mysterious. In reality, tobacco hinders healthy self-expression.
LGBT people are more likely than straight people to take up smoking. Tobacco companies want it to stay that way.