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This week, someone created a game titled, "Call of Taburetka" in which players control a flying Christian Orthodox priest who throws stools at flying gay men, lesbians with rainbow flags, and even the evacuation buses used in Tbilisi. The game was featured on Facebook, but has since been taken down.
Yesterday was the last day to file amicus briefs for the upcoming Supreme Court hearings on both the so-called 'Defen
GLAAD, as a member of Facebook's Network of Support, regularly works with the company to offer information and resources to address issues that are important to the LGBT community.
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Facebook removed an anti-gay page aimed at 'outing' Ugandans who were rumored to be gay.
The Facebook Stories application featured an essay by Kai Bailey in which she recounts coming out as transgender to most of her friends through a Facebook post.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo joined employees on Friday and wore purple for Spirit Day.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Head of Diversity & Inclusion Sara Sperling, and colleagues at Facebook’s headquarters and offices around the world participated in Spirit Day today by wearing purple to speak out against bullying and support LGBT youth!
Just one day before participating in Spirit Day, Facebook launched a new bullying prevention resource page and a new video for Bullying Prevention Month.
Facebook, Tumblr and Yahoo are among other tech companies joining millions of Americans on 10/19 and going purple and standing against bullying on Spirit Day.