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Throughout the month of February, GLAAD will be sharing graphics that honor black LGBT icons—including advocates, authors, entertainers, thinkers, and those who have done some of everything—and their insights. 

Throughout the month of February, GLAAD will be sharing graphics that honor black LGBT icons—including advocates, authors, entertainers, thinkers, and those who have done some of everything—and their insights. 

— 2 months ago with 1559 notes
#janet mock  #GLAAD  #LGBT  #black history month 
Though he’s received a ton of support since coming out, some people have attacked diver Tom Daley on social media. Use #TellTom to tell him we’re happy he’s out and proud! http://glaad.org/telltom

Though he’s received a ton of support since coming out, some people have attacked diver Tom Daley on social media. Use #TellTom to tell him we’re happy he’s out and proud! http://glaad.org/telltom

— 4 months ago with 240 notes
#telltom  #Tom Daley  #LGBT  #LGBTQ 
A petition has been circulating on Change.org asking Victoria’s Secret to bring on Carmen Carrera as the first trans Angel. So far, close to 40,000 people have signed. Sign your name and help Carmen make history!

A petition has been circulating on Change.org asking Victoria’s Secret to bring on Carmen Carrera as the first trans Angel. So far, close to 40,000 people have signed. Sign your name and help Carmen make history!

— 5 months ago with 61 notes
#transweek  #lgbt  #fashion 

"Pier Kids: The Life" is a documentary that follows the lives of three LGBTQ homeless youth of color that gather on Christopher Street and the surrounding area piers in New York City every night.

The creators need help raising money to make this important film. Contribute on their kickstarter page and help spread the word!

— 5 months ago with 63 notes
#transweek  #@lgbtyouth  #lgbt 

The Hinterlands, a musical created in response to the many young LGBT lives lost to suicide, is written by Michelle Elliot and Danny Larsen, the team behind Cloaked and The Yellow Wood (script and lyrics, and music and lyrics, respectively). It makes its big debut as a free web series on Monday, October 28. The following episodes will be released weekly.

Click here for more information on this amazing new series!

— 5 months ago with 81 notes
#lgbt  #lgbtbullying  #tv  #glaad