GLAAD Campus Ambassador, Aisha Bibbs, discusses the student-organized event, Unhinged: Black History, Queer Future; an event that highlighted the dynamic intersections of Hip Hop, People of Color identities, and queer identities.
From 'Moonlight,' to 'I Am Jazz' and more, check out this year's LGBTQ youth (24 and under) nominees!
On Saturday, join activists and advocates at the “Justice for All” rally in Burlington, North Carolina.
GLAAD Campus Ambassador, Kali Villarosa (Skidmore College) discusses prioritizing HIV & AIDS advocacy within larger social justice movements.
Featuring testimonials and reenactments, Hear Me Now highlights the fact that 13 million children are bullied every year in the United States. One out of four students are bullied during the school year, and of the students bullied, only 36% report it. The film strives to amplify the voices of these students.
Together gay YouTube vloggers Davey Wavey and Raymond Braun interviewed straight bodybuilders to discuss LGBT bullying.
In a short and touching video, two young girls from Scarsdale, New York, courageously promote the cause for marriage equality.
Josh, a 13-year-old middle school student is about to be outed as gay in an online blog written by the school bully in the new rock musical "Out of My Comfort Zone."
This Thursday, we celebrate Spirit Day, a day when everyone from celebrities and corporations to schools and community members will wear purple and connect on social media to stand in solidarity against bullying and show support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth.