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(original image by The Stigma Project)

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We are a grassroots organization that aims to lower the HIV infection rate and neutralize the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS through education and awareness via social media and advertising. The Stigma Project seeks to create an HIV neutral world, free of judgement and fear by working with both positive and negative individuals from all walks of life, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, race, or background.

Social media has rapidly become one of today’s largest mediums of news, culture, and

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(original photo and post by GLAAD)

The Transgender Day of Remembrance was set aside to memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. This year, the day is November 20th, 2013.

Find a vigil near you!
Visit www.transgenderdor.org or  www.hrc/tdor for the complete list of events happening in

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The 2014 National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day (NYHAAD) Youth Ambassador application is now open! Every year we mark April 10, as a day to educate and empower the public about the impact of HIV and AIDS on young people as well as highlight the amazing work young people are doing across the country to fight the HIV & AIDS epidemic.

Now is your chance to join a dynamic group of young leaders and activists who come together to promote treatment, care, and youth empowerment.

“NYHAAD is an …

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(Originally created and posted on Tumblr by Dimitri - deadlyprincex)

(located outside the “unisex” bathrooms)

[texted image reads: “Everyone needs to use bathrooms, but only some of us have to enter into complicated political and architectural negotiations in order to use them. The fact is, bathrooms are easier to access for some of us than for others, and the people who never think about where  and how they can pee have a lot of control over how using restrooms feels for the rest of us. […] Who has the privilege …

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Coming out for people who identify as transgender can be a very different experience compared to coming out for LGB people.  Like LGB people, trans* people must come out to friends and family, but we also often end up coming out in situations that other people take for granted (see this Buzzfeed article for a few examples). This has become all too apparent for me due to a few recent events: I just accepted a job offer last week and filled out the forms for a background …