Bullying

March 26, 2012

Video: ABC News Anchor Josh Elliott Gives Moving Speech About Gay Dad at the #glaadawards

ABC News corespondent Josh Elliott delivers a moving speech about his gay dad at the 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York.
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Must-Watch, Groundbreaking Telemundo Novela Tackles LGBT & Other Issues

Telemundo’s sleek, modern and provocative novela, “Relaciones Peligrosas” (“Dangerous Affairs”) breaks the mold in terms of LGBT-inclusive novelas with its fair depiction of the highs and lows in the life of the novela’s--so far--only gay character. It airs weeknights at 10PM/9PM Central on Telemundo.

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Virginia School District to Ban 'Cross-dressing' in Anti-Bullying Policy

A school district in Suffolk, VA is considering a ban on 'cross-dressing' and claims that this policy change would protect students from harassment and bullying. This proposed policy is extremely problematic and amounts to nothing more than preemptive victim-blaming.

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U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Cites GLAAD in Bullying Report to Congress and the President

The United States Commission on Civil Rights has recently delivered a report to Congress and the President titled "Peer-to-Peer Violence and Bullying: Examining the Federal Response," assessing the impact of bullying and violence in schools.

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November 7, 2011

Snapshots of Our Work

Wonder what we're up to at GLAAD? Find out inside!

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November 7, 2011

Arizona Superintendent Apologizes to LGBT Community

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal wrote a letter, which was addressed to the LGBT community, apologizing for anti-gay statements he made last month.
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Equality Ohio Addresses Videotaped Beating of Gay Student

"Ohio must have the courage to confront bullying," said Ed Mullen, the executive director of Equality Ohio. "Until our state's laws and school policies specifically address this problem, bullying will continue unabated and schools will remain unsafe."

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News Media (Except Fox) Does Good Work on Bullying

Throughout October, the media did a good job covering the issues that face LGBT young people, including bullying ... with one notable exception.

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The Weather Channel, GMA, The View, The Talk, The Chew & Wendy Williams 'Go Purple' for Spirit Day

Daytime television's brightest stars were among the millions of Americans who wore purple for Spirit Day 2011. In doing so, they sent a powerful message of support to LGBT youth and took an important stand against bullying.
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