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California State University Long Beach's GSA took their Spirit Day celebration a step further, yesterday, with some eye catching public performance. CSULB GSA organizer and GLAAD Entertainment Intern Anthony Nget shares his experience of taking part and why it was so important for the whole campus to see them go purple.
Participation from celebrities and Spanish-language media on Spirit Day sent a message of community support and love to LGBT Latino youth and their families .
La importante participación de celebridades latinos y los medios de comunicación en español demuestra a los jóvenes LGBT latinos y a sus familias que hay mucho apoyo y aceptación de su comunidad.
Youth across the country share how they participated in Spirit Day and what it means to them to see so much PURPLE!
Right now the Jersey Shore stars are gearing up for tonight's Italian set season finale, but four of them were celebrating Spirit Day today in some creative ways.
The CW has gone purple today and has been showing its support for Spirit Day on Twitter alongside Seventeen Magazine!
Yahoo! really went all out for Spirit Day. Beyond going purple on Facebook and Twitter, Yahoo! asked employees to do the same and featured a blog post about Spirit Day on the Yahoo! OMG Blog, in which they tout the features of Spirit Day from its youth-inspired roots to its star studded power.
It's not just daytime TV that's celebrating Spirit Day. Purple will be popping up all over primetime and late night TV as well, and here's where you can find it!
The gay former Army lieutenant who handcuffed himself to the White House fence to protest the military’s now repealed “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy was found guilty in federal court on Thursday and fined $100.
Whatever the outcome of this week's historic Supreme Court hearings on same-sex marriage, one thing has become crystal clear: there is no longer, if there ever was, a rational argument to ban it.
After two days of highly anticipated courtroom arguments about same-sex marriage, a sweeping ruling on gay rights seems unlikely from the U.S. Supreme Court. But when decisions in both cases come in late June, the result may nonetheless be an important one for advocates of same-sex marriage.
You may remember the episode of "Seinfeld" in which George Costanza struggles to find a way to break up with the woman he's dating without hurting her feelings. "It's not you," he tells her. "It's me."
The son of a New York lawmaker who vehemently opposes marriage rights for same-sex couples on Wednesday announced he
The U.S. Supreme Court continues its session on the issue of same-sex marriage, hearing arguments today on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act.
The Supreme Court won't rule until June, but gay-marriage advocates said the justices' decision to tackle the issue has already helped them win a victory in the court of public opinion.
With the Supreme Court hearing arguments this week on same-sex marriage, I'd like to point out a parallel evolution in what I see as a Hollywood mini-genre: films in which gay characters are either taken to court or seek redress in court for issues involving their sexuality.