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GLAAD's Tiq Milan tells BET why his life and other Black transgender people's lives are so important.
Viacom networks BET, CMT, Logo, MTV, TeenNick, TV Land and VH1 are going purple once again this Thursday, October 17 for #SpiritDay in a stand against bullying and to show their support for LGBT youth.
Tiq Milan, a writer and an educator at the Hetrick-Martin Institute, an LGBT youth services organization, has penned an op-ed for BET.com calling for greater acceptance of LGBT youth of color.
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This year, gay television and internet personality, B. Scott, was hired by BET to host the pre-show for their annual award ceremony which aired last Sunday. Scott's attires often do not conform to expected gender norms. BET's decision to hire B. Scott was a great step forward but unfortunately B. Scott was reportedly asked to make changes to his ensemble.
LGBT organizations that focus on LGBT youth of color show their unwavering support for Spirit Day, demonstrating their commitment to making schools safer for LGBT youth.
Transgriot founder and blogger and trans advocate Monica Roberts challenges the sexism and transphobia on VH1's show Love and Hip Hop.
Model/actor Tyson Beckford is the host of Bravo's Make Me a Supermodel.