American schools are used to censure the web and in particular LGBT sites of support. ACLU has decided to stop this with the campaign "Don't Filter Me".
Last week, Lady Gaga met White House's officials. Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Obama, said that she was "deeply moved" by her meeting with Lady Gaga and looks forward to working with her "to help make our society more kind, inclusive and equal."
After their first effort to ban the Education Act allowing a teaching of the gay history in the schools of California because they did not have enough signatures, opponents to this act launches a second effort.
There will be no books with lesbian sex scenes to read during the summer for the students of Williamstown, New Jersey.
I am about to graduate from a women’s college in Virginia. I have always loved it here: the people, the community. Generally, I feel safe. I feel secure. I know I can walk around campus holding hands with my girlfriend and no one will care. But trans issues at a women’s college are complicated. Again, I know I am safe, but there are constraints to that safety.
According to transgenderlaw.org, almost 400 colleges and universities have protections for genderqueer students. Some states are more progressive than others. It’s always a good idea to look up the policy at any college or university you are considering.
Following the suicide of Jamey Rodemeyer, 14, Lady Gaga decided to meet President Obama in order to discuss anti-gay bullying in the schools.
With the support of Ellen DeGeneres, Katy Butler currently obtained over 296.000 signatures so that a film on bullying in schools can be seen by students under 17 years old because, oddly, this film was prohibited to them.
Lady Gaga with her mother, Cynthia Germanotta, and Oprah Winfrey, launched her foundation The Born This Way Foundation, in order to help youth in schools.
As I had previously announced it to you, Lady Gaga was to go to the White House to discuss anti-gay bullying. The meeting took place Tuesday between the singer and the officials in the office of public engagement.
Lady Gaga launches a foundation to fight against bullying in the schools.
With the assistance of John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The California Endowment and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, Lady Gaga launches the Born This Way Foundation, a nonprofit focusing on youth empowerment and "issues like self-confidence, well-being, anti-bullying, mentoring and career development."