No More Bullying

In partnership with Wells Fargo, No More Bullying is a section of The Advocate that is devoted to the cause of preventing and eliminating the bullying of LGBT youth. Discover the stories of bullying victims as well as advocates and organizations that are working to effect change like Dan Savage and the It Gets Better Project, GLSEN, and The Trevor Project. In No More Bullying, readers can learn how they can personally help stop this epidemic, which contributes to depression and increased risk of suicide among gay young people.

An award-winning journalist shares his “It Gets Better” journey to OUT100.

January 24 2014 10:36 AM

In this inspirational new video, New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz helps a gay teen deal with the emotional scars left by years of being bullied in high school locker rooms.

January 08 2014 2:37 PM

The organization that has brought hope to millions of LGBT people around the world responds to Russia’s antigay laws with a new campaign.

December 05 2013 6:33 PM

When a first-grader with speech issues began to be bullied at school in Bridgewater, Mass., several of his fellow students banded together to show their support with a heartwarming gesture.

November 25 2013 6:28 PM

TheTrevor Project just announced its honorees for the 15th Annual TrevorLIVE event, which will take place on December 8 in in Los Angeles.

October 25 2013 6:17 PM

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is drawing attention to the plight of young people during October, which is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month.

October 21 2013 3:58 PM

People of all ages across the country made a spirited stand on Thursday.

October 18 2013 5:00 AM

Thursday is national Spirit Day, and the #SpiritDay tag is filled with purple (its official color).

October 17 2013 3:00 AM

With the re-release of Prayers For Bobby on DVD, the Hollywood star discusses Russia's homophobic laws, how gorillas are superior to humans, and why parents need to trust their children.

October 16 2013 4:00 AM

Two days after the pride flag went missing, Middle Tennessee State University police discovered it in a student's possession.

October 08 2013 2:11 PM