Posts by Brendan Davis, Director of Digital Communications

You're invited: Tumblr and Everyone is Gay celebrate coming out

Tumblr and Everyone is Gay are celebrating National Coming Out Day on Monday on October 6th at Housing Works Bookstore in celebration of 

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Take a selfie to take a stand! Get the #spiritday app

When was the last time anyone saw a teenager without a cell phone in hand? In school, on the street, in the mall, or on the couch, they are rarely without one.

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#DC19 campaign highlights DC's non-discrimination protections

A campaign launched by the DC Office of Human Rights (OHR) highlights the 19 traits covered under the DC Human Rights Act, which is the District’s anti-discrimination law. Read More

GLAAD, HRC Foundation debunk anti-LGBT myths during midterms

GLAAD and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) today unveiled “In Focus: Faith, LGBT People, & the Midterm Elections,” a groundbreaking resource guide that empowers journalists to challenge anti-LGBT talking heads who mask bias as a ‘tenet of faith.’Read More

TAKE ACTION: Tell your school to go purple for #spiritday

On Spirit Day, millions go purple in a stand against bullying and to show their support for LGBT youth. This year we've launched a tool to help you ask your school to join in on the action.

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What bi looks like on campus: Join Campus Pride for a #BiWeek Google hangout

Campus Pride is hosting a Google hangout today with students across the country to examine a variety of topics related to bisexuality on campus. Read More

VIDEO: Prop. 8 plaintiffs Kris Perry and Sandy Stier honored at the #glaadgala in SF

GLAAD recognized Kris Perry and Sandy Stier, lead plaintiffs in Hollingsworth v. Perry the landmark case that struck down California’s Proposition 8, with the Presidential Local Hero Award at the GLAAD Gala San Francisco: Game Changers. Read More
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