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A high school couple in New York say the school won’t let them go to prom together because one of them is transgender. 

We think everyone deserves to go to prom, no matter how they identify. Reblog if you agree. 

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freakonic:

For once I am posting a selfie, but hey it’s for a good cause.

We <3 selfies for silence! 

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Batman supports GLSEN’s Day of Silence. Do you? (via @LAmandaLott on Twitter

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lambdalegal:

Day of Silence is tomorrow. Know your rights about how you can participate.

We <3 Lambda Legal! 

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It’s finally here: Today is the Day of Silence! Reblog to show your support for everyone who’s participating. 

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In United States schools, eight in ten lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students report being verbally harassed because of their sexual orientation, and nearly two-thirds were harassed because of their gender expression. 

That’s why GLSEN supports the Safe Schools Improvement Act and the Student Non-Discrimination Act—two bills that work together to ensure schools nationwide are free of bullying, harassment, and discrimination.

You can make a difference. Click here to send a message to your representative in Washington calling on them to support SSIA and SNDA. Your voice is important and you can be part of making schools safer for LGBT students. We need your help!

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30 days to go. Have you registered? 

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Bought a Jason Collins basketball jersey? You just supported GLSEN and the Matthew Shepard Foundation!

The NBA is donating all proceeds from Jason Collins jersey sales to these two organizations supporting LGBT youth. Jason’s jersey is already the top seller on NBA.com — let’s keep it that way. 

Click here to thank the NBA for supporting Jason Collins and other LGBT athletes like him, or here to get your own jersey!