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Another Bullying-Related Suicide in Minnesota [UPDATED]

Heartbreaking: Eighteen-year old Lance Lundsten died on Saturday as a result of a suicide attempt, according to KSAX-TV. Lundsten’s friends say he was gay and

January 18, 2011 Blog
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Dumpage of the Linkage

Here, without further ado, are the other tabs open in my browser: 1. A new study, done by a panel of twenty-six researchers, has come

January 10, 2011 Blog
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If Society Is Becoming More Accepting, Why Is Bullying Still Such A Problem?

Stuart Biegel, a professor at UCLA, and the author of the new book The Right To Be Out, gives a reasonable answer in an interview

December 13, 2010 Blog
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An Interesting Critique of the It Gets Better Project

Notice I said “critique,” rather than attack. Rich at FourFour has a really unique understanding of social media, viral videos, and they way they intersect

November 10, 2010 Blog
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George Takei: It Gets Better/Clint McCance is a Douchebag

Ha, I missed this awesome video the other day. [h/t Watertiger

November 04, 2010 Blog
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Portia DeGeneres: It Helps Gay Teens When Others Come Out

Portia DeGeneres is on Oprah today [check your local listings!] talking about her struggles with anorexia, and on the show, and in her book, she

November 01, 2010 Blog
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Linda Harvey and Other Religious Right Leaders Still in Damage Control Mode

As well they should be. No, scratch that.  If they had any decency in their hearts or humility in their bones, they would be on

October 27, 2010 Blog
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No, Dan Savage Is Not Acting Like a Bully

There’s a piece in The Daily Cardinal, the newspaper of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, about the recent spate of gay teen suicides, where

October 26, 2010 Blog
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Late Friday Random Ten [Alison Krauss & David Mead edition]

Round-up!  Let’s remember our week! Fort Worth City Councilman Joel Burns is my new hero.  The new study which “shows” that gay parents have more

October 22, 2010 Blog
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