UN Human Rights Commissioner urges LGBT World Cup players to come out
United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay spoke yesterday about the significance of LGBT World Cup players coming out to foster visibility and understanding, and urging closeted players to come out.
WATCH: GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis interviews with Fusion
In an insightful interview with Fusion.net, GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis discusses the current state of the LGBT rights movement as well as its optimistic future.
Music video supports Ali Forney Center and generates awareness about homeless LGBT youth
Homeless LGBT survivors created a music video "Where You're Sleeping Tonight" to support the Ali Forney Center and raise awareness about homelessness and violence.
New playbook: How to come out in sports
More and more competitors make the decision to come out which positively impacts visibility of LGBT athletes in all sports and on all levels of competition. As athletes decide to come out, it is important that they are equipped with strategies on how to do so most successfully.
Register now for "HIV is Not a Crime" conference happening in this summer
The first-ever national HIV is Not a Crime conference will take place this year at Grinnell College in Iowa to untie and train advocates living with HIV and allies from across the country in the effort to end HIV criminalization