GLAAD's Resources on Bullying

Fall 2010

In the wake of the recent youth suicides caused by anti-gay bullying, GLAAD extends our deepest sympathies to the families and friends of the young men who took their lives, while urging the nation's media to investigate the anti-gay climate that contributes to putting young people in harm's way.

Read GLAAD's Statement

Read GLSEN, PFLAG, and the Trevor Project's Statement

Visit the It Gets Better Project,, MTV's A Thin Line Campaign, and the Make It Better Project endorsed by GLAAD.

It Gets Better Stop Bullying A Thin Line Make It Better

Press Contacts

Aaron McQuade
Associate Director of National News
(646) 871-8026

Rich Ferraro
Director of Communications
(646) 871-8011

Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
Anthony Ramos
(646) 388-6575

The Trevor Project
Laura McGinnis
(323) 423-7405 310.271.8845*226

Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
Jean-Marie Navetta
(202) 467-8180 ext. 213

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
(212) 363-3500

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