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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.

NYC Teen Accused of Killing Classmate Was Bullied With Gay Slurs

Bronx teen Abel Cedeno, accused of killing one classmate and injuring another, was the target of repeated bullying.

Celebrities and Brands That Went Purple for #SpiritDay

Take a look at some of the famous faces and companies that helped raise awareness.

An Unexpected Way of Honoring Tyler Clementi's Memory

Jane Clementi speaks to The Advocate about this Saturday's musical tribute to her son.

These Stars Want LGBTQ Youth to Know Their Lives Matter

Stars including Paul Wesley, Dan Bucatinsky, Matt McGorry, and more shared why they're passionate about LGBTQ youth and the battle against bullying on the red carpet of TrevorLIVE L.A.

Photo of 11-Year Old Bullied Student Goes Viral

Fed up with the school district's inaction to protect her son from antigay bulling on school grounds, one mother took to the Internet to raise awareness of the issue.

Out WWE Star Darren Young Body-Slams Bullying

Every day is Spirit Day for the out WWE star who has made it his mission to end the bullying of LGBT youth.

Seven-Year-Old Former Bully Shares Heartwarming Story of Change

A second-grade student shares the story of how went from teasing others to starting an antibullying club at school.

Zaki: Living Your Truth

He kept his sexuality a secret for most of his life. But, with the help of his gay younger brother, Zaki finally embraced who he was and came out to his family. He shared his story with the It Gets Better campaign, and found himself on the OUT100 red carpet.


Sureme was raised Islamic and confused about his sexuality. But with the help of his supportive parents and his own personal acceptance, Sureme was able to have experiences beyond his wildest dreams.

Reece: Comfortable In His Own Skin

It was a long road that led Reece to OUT100.

Christina and Jill: An Unexpected Journey

Christina and Jill started out as co-workers who eventually fell for one another even though they were both married to men at the time. This is a story of how they fell in love, merged their families, and attended one of the top gay social events of the year in New York.

Healing, One Truth at a Time

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

WATCH: NFL Player Helps Gay Teen Overcome Bullying

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.

WATCH: It Gets Better Speaks to Russian LGBT Youth

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

WATCH: Students Stand Up for Bullied Classmate

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.

TrevorLIVE Will Honor Mormon Adam White, Toyota

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

October Is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

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.

Who Wore Purple on Spirit Day?

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