Stories of real people being reported on by journalistic outlets, or voices that deserve amplifying
Adoption advocate Bryant Huddleston speaks at Philander College
Bryant Huddleston was banned from speaking at a high school in Arkansas earlier this year for being gay and an LGBT advocate, but now is being heard at Philander Smith College.
VIDEOS: The Revival movie featuring LGBT female artists of color is unlike anything you've seen before
Demonstrating the true abilities of grassroots storytelling, THE REVIVAL has exceeded their fundraising goal and will complete the so-far excellent film, Women and the Word: The Revival Movie.
Take action: end healthcare discrimination for transgender people
Sylvia Rivera Law Project and GLAAD have launched a campaign calling on policymakers to make health care safe and accessible to all, including transgender and gender non-conforming people.
The people have spoken & they want a trans-inclusive Victoria's Secret
A petition has been circulating on Change.org asking Victoria’s Secret to bring on Carmen Carrera has the first trans Angel. So far, close to 40,000 people have signed.
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More than discrimination and marriage: LGBT people in the news
Members of the media and public are invited to a new panel series exploring LGBT people in the news media.
Recognizing LGBT families during National Adoption Month
Georgia newspaper the GA Voice highlighted LGBT parents and their adorable kids during National Adoption Month. Family Equality Council is also honoring the month with the Allies for Adoption campaign.
Teen girl defends gay people to major company, makes international headlines
Becca Gorman, a high school student in Massachusetts, is getting people around the world, including Tim Cook, to pay attention by letting Apple know that being gay isn’t “stupid.”