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According to GLSEN, 42% of LGBQTA+ youth have experienced cyber bullying, 58% say something bad is said to them or about them online just because of their sexuality and over 35% receive or LGBT youth received online threats. 167 more words


US: GLSEN Responds to 7th Circuit Ruling On Transgender Rights

In response to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling affirming the rights of a transgender high school student, Ash Whitaker, to use the bathroom that matches his gender identity, GLSEN’s (Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network) Director of Public Policy, Nathan Smith, released the following statement yesterday 31 May:  139 more words


Target Continues Their Line of LGBT Clothing

This decade has seen a long parade of businesses publicly wearing the rainbow. It’s difficult to tell, in most cases, whether they’re honestly supporting their LGBT customers, or just courting an emergent customer base from an angle historically denied. 276 more words


The Progressive Assault on Christian Higher Education

Seattle Pacific University, which proclaims on its website that it is “a place where 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students gain a superb education grounded on the gospel of Jesus Christ — and the tools to influence the world for good”, is in the midst of a full blown attack by Satan’s LGBTQ army.   247 more words

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Day of Silence

For those of you who may not have heard about the Day of Silence, it is an event organized by GLSEN. The Day of Silence is student-led and helps bring awareness to the silencing effects of anti-LGBT harassment and bullying in schools. 197 more words


LGBTQ Stars and Allies Participate in GLSEN's Day of Silence

On Friday, GLSEN — an LGBTQ youth advocacy network — held its annual Day of Silence, with thousands of students refusing to speak in an effort to combat bullying, harassment, and name-calling. 507 more words


Why I Will Never Take Part in the "Day of Silence"

How can you possibly initiate change when you’re unwilling to speak out against oppression and injustice?

Despite the obvious contradiction, countless LGBT students participate in the Day of Silence every year. 211 more words