Posts by Alexandra Bolles, Senior Strategist, Campaigns & External Engagement

Kenneth in the 212 takes on growing up gay, discovering NYC with "heart-warming humor"

The memoir captures Kenneth's quirky childhood and, as a young man in his 20's navigating being gay, his dedicated efforts to move to New York City.

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AZ Gov. Brewer's staff helped craft the anti-LGBT bill she later vetoed

E-mails released by Governor Jan Brewer reveal her legal counsel and policy director worked with the Center for Arizona Policy, the group behind the bill, "to make it more palatable to the Governor"

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VIDEO: Trans students' needs prioritized by nation's largest school district

The New York City Department of Education has issued a list of guidelines regarding best practices for meeting the needs of students who are transgender. But there is still more work to be done.

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Telecom leader Orange cuts ties with Uganda newspaper for outing LGBT people

In response to Uganda's tabloid newspaper, the Red Pepper, publishing a list of the country's "top 200 homosexuals," one of the leading multinational telecommunications companies, Orange, has ended its contract with the publication.

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Snapshots: Bringing stories from the ground to the forefront, bi health awareness, speaking with Cal State Fullerton, and more

Wonder what we’re up to at GLAAD? Be sure to check out GLAAD's Blog each week for updates about our latest work to build support for LGBT equality through news, entertainment, and online media.

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Soulmates murdered, left by dumpster in Texas

Britney Cosby and Crystal Jackson were found murdered by a dumpster outside of Galveston County in Texas. The Houston-based women, both 24 years old, were in a two-year relationship, and described by one neighbor as "soul mates."

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