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 11-year-old gay boy who was bullied so severely he had to be homeschooled, is calling on nonprofit StudentsFirst to rescind an honor given to antigay state representative John Ragan.

June 03 2013 3:11 PM

The Thursday order affirms that a gay-straight alliance can continue to meet, at least through this school year.

May 31 2013 4:26 PM

Ted Chalfen of Boulder says most classmates didn't mind at all that he was gay.

May 24 2013 7:58 PM

As more LGBT people turn to video games to alleviate stress, gaming presents a way for bullying victims to cope.

May 24 2013 7:00 AM

The same taunts targeting Brittney Griner in seventh grade persist today, but she says she's motivated to help other kids feel secure and confident with their own identities

May 06 2013 1:58 PM

Andrew Lawless was attacked in the one place where teens are supposed to feel safe — school. But now he's working to make sure it never happens to anyone else again.

May 06 2013 5:00 AM

Joe Bell, with two artificial knees, will walk 5,000 miles to remind others of what bullying can bring.

April 22 2013 3:36 PM
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