Google is paying tribute to Marsha P. Johnson — a pioneering figure in the country’s LGBT rights movement — on the last day of Pride month. The company announced its June 30 Google Doodle will be dedicated to the late activist...Read more
written by James Guay June 16, 2020 Please note: This article contains subject matter that may be triggering to some individuals. Individuals in the LGBTQ+ community seek therapy at higher rates despite facing extra barriers to receiving mental health...Read more
The Supreme Court’s surprising 6-to-3 ruling in favor of gay and transgender rights was perhaps the strongest evidence yet of how fundamentally and unpredictably American views have changed. The New York Times – Politics – News Analysis – June...Read more
By Elizabeth Bibi June 1, 2020 Today, Human Rights Campaign President Alphonso David released the below video statement on the first day of Pride Month 2020, recognizing both the importance of celebrating Pride and reacting to the recent rash...Read more
Head into Sexual Assault Awareness Month feeling inspired by reading about Chanel Miller’s advocacy work.
From survivor to activist, Chanel Miller is taking toxic sports culture to task Aishwarya KumarESPN.com CHANEL MILLER AND I walk into Unnameable Books in Brooklyn on a frigid February afternoon, just five days after her move to New York City....Read more
Mary Black Foundation This week’s blog is written by Jada Charley, CEO/President, SAFE Homes Rape Crisis Coalition Teen dating violence is becoming more frequent, with 1 in 10 girls and 1 in 25 boys reporting that they have experienced physical or sexual violence...Read more