Posts by Caroline Ruocco, Youth Issues and Social Media Intern

What makes you proud? Show us on Instagram with #PridePortraits

In honor of NYC Pride 2014, GLAAD is partnering with Instagram to launch their first ever Pride Portrait Campaign. Staff members are posting portraits of themselves accompanied their own stories of pride, love and family… but that's not all!Read More

GLAAD intern Jacob Rudolph selected as 2014 Point Foundation Scholar

After a lot of hard work and much support from family, friends and co-workers, 19-year-old Rudolph is proud to receive this honorable scholarship.Read More

VIDEO: Gender non-conforming teen forced to change appearance for DMV photo

A controversial story in the news right now is that of 16-year-old Chase Culpepper, a gender non-conforming teen from Anderson, South Carolina.

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Edward Wyckoff Williams talks about the struggles of being young, black, and gay

Williams explains why gay black youth are marginalized more than others and offers a possible solution.Read More

Mashable publishes an up-to-date compilation of LGBT flags and symbols

The many flags and symbols associated with the LGBT community can get confusing, so Mashable took the time to explain exactly what each one represents and how they originated.Read More

Brazen Saddles: Biking across the country for basic human rights

Today, somewhere in Arizona, four people are on their bikes fighting for a cause.

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PHOTOS/VIDEO: Google expresses continued support for LGBT community

Take a look at how Google has supported equality in the past, and how they're doing it now for LGBT Pride Month!Read More

PHOTO: GLAAD staff enjoy Baked by Melissa's Pride cupcakes!

For the month of June, Baked by Melissa has introduced a limited-edition cupcake to celebrate NYC Pride Week.Read More
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