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October 31, 2011
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October 31, 2011

Arizona Superintendent Should Apologize

Thursday, October 20th was Spirit Day, when millions of Americans wore purple and spoke out against bullying of LGBT youth.

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October 31, 2011

What to Watch: Monday October 31

Tonight catch an all new Dancing with the Stars and a 6 hour Halloween special of Ghost Hunters Halloween Live.

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Story to Watch: Virginia House Candidate Claims to be "Ex Gay"

Linda Wall, a conservative independent running for the 59th District House of Delegates seat in Virginia, confirmed Wednesday that she had an affair with a female student when she was a teacher 40 years ago.

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October 28, 2011

Shake Your Toosh with MTV to End Bullying and Set a Record

MTV's O Music Awards are hosting a dance party in Los Angeles this Sunday, October 30, to Monday, October 31, in hopes of setting the Guinness World Record for the Longest Choreographed Dance, which will hopefully amount to a full 24 hours. In the process of setting a new record, the O Music Awards are taking a stand against bullying by raising funds for several LGBT organizations in lieu of National Bullying Prevention Month.Read More

October 28, 2011

Blizzard President Apologizes Following Convention Incident

Many LGBT gamers felt suddenly unwelcome following the screening of an expletive and anti-gay slur filled video at the closing show of the annual BlizzCon convention last weekend. Following a week of fan and user outcry, the company's own president has stepped up to take responsibility and offer an apology.Read More