Posts by Carrie Seigler, Programs Intern

LGBT Catholics forced to move meeting space out of church as pope's visit approaches

LGBT Catholic advocacy group was to host conversations and panels on sexuality and gender identity during the 2015 World Meeting of Families.Read More

GLAAD op-ed to Pope: It's time to put 'Who am I to judge' into action

With the pope's visit to U.S. soil drawing nearer, GLAAD's Director of Programs writes on putting 'Who am I to judge?' into action.Read More

New AIDS United initiative set to target HIV stigma in the U.S. South

New initiative seeks to combat HIV and AIDS stigma where it is often the harshest: the U.S. South.Read More

7 inspiring LGBT leaders in Alabama

Meet just a few Southerners whose daily work is not only changing hearts and minds, but saving lives in the Heart of Dixie.Read More

Meet six Mississippians accelerating acceptance in the Magnolia State

Meet just a few Southerners whose daily work is not only changing hearts and minds, but saving lives in the Magnolia State.Read More

GLAAD @ Work: Southern Stories Summer Tour, SCOTUS, John Oliver, and more

GLAAD's Weekly Update on News, Entertainment, and Online Media.Read More

STUDY: Acceptance of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people increasing slowly in Nigeria

New poll finds familiarity helps build understanding and acceptance of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people in Nigeria.Read More

Combating LGBT street harassment one conversation at a time

TRIGGER WARNING: This article, or pages it links to, contains descriptions which may be triggering to survivors, including street harassment, sexual harassment, and assault.Read More
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