People from across Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana, and beyond have made known the importance of visibly supporting the youngest members of the LGBT community:
Today, GLAAD announced its second Southern Stories Summer Tour, a summer-long campaign aimed at accelerating LGBT acceptance across the U.S. South. We invite you to get on board.
The Washington Blade recently published a series of articles detailing the quality of life of Southern LGBT individuals. The authors spent a week in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi chronicling accounts of those who have experienced poverty, discrimination, Hurricane Katrina, and other hardships not uncommon to residents of the South.
The magazine 'I Don't Do Boxes' is looking for submissions, ideally from queer youth in the south, for their first issue.
Mississippi newspaper owner Jim Cegielski defends the Laurel Leader-Call's decision to print a story about a lesbian wedding, despite harassing emails and phone calls and cancellations.