It Gets Better
The organization that partnered with the San Francisco 49ers to create a widely touted anti-bullying video in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth, pulled the video Thursday night after two players who appeared in it publicly denied their involvement.
The San Francisco 49ers have become the first National Football League team to join an online movement supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth and condemning the harassment and bullying they face.
The hospital has created a video as part of the national “It Gets Better Project” aimed at helping LGBT youth who are dealing with bullying or depression.
Gloria Nieto is a diehard fan of the San Jose Sharks and a gay rights activist. But the team declined her request team to produce a video for the It Gets Better Campaign.
The San Francisco Giants are following in the footsteps of President Barack Obama, pop star Janet Jackson and more than 10,000 others who have made videos for an anti-suicide campaign geared toward gay youth.
Noah Hornik’s “It Gets Indie” show raised an estimated several thousand dollars for anti-bullying efforts.
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) – In an empathetic public service announcement video directed at depressed young people, Tim Gunn says he tried to kill himself when he was 17. The “Project Runway” host and fashion guru […]