This spring, National Geographic Channel will begin airing, "Are You Tougher than a Boy Scout." By airing the series, National Geographic Channel has stepped into a uniquely influential role as a strategic business partner of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The show is being used to market the BSA to young people, but fails to inform viewers about the organization's dangerous anti-gay policy. Join GLAAD, Scouts for Equality and 20 year-old Eagle Scout Will Oliver to urge National Geographic Channel to speak out against discrimination
The Naming Project is a Christian camp serving youth of all sexual and gender identities.
In honor of Pride 2014, GLAAD is working with Instagram to launch their first-ever Pride Portraits Campaign. Staff members are posting portraits of themselves accompanied their own stories of pride, love and family… but that's not all!
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Blue Coat Services provides web filtering products to corporations, educational institutions, and governmental agencies. We ask that Blue Coat eliminate the option to block websites based on the LGBT category.
The Supreme Court decisions on the discriminatory 'Defense of Marriage Act' and California's Proposition 8 are expected in June, and could come as early as June 3. Since the Supreme Court hearings, three more states have passed marriage equality, bringing the total number to 12, plus the District of Columbia. Clearly, the momentum is on the side of marriage equality.
If you and your loved one plan to get married on the first possible day in Washington (Dec. 6th for licences, Dec. 9 for wedding dates), Maryland (Jan. 1) or Maine (TBD), or you're hoping to get married in California, then please take a few minutes to share your story with us and we’ll be in touch with you.