Ένα video αφιερωμένο στις άδικα χαμένες ψυχές...Αφιερωμένο σε όσους οι ομοφοβικές κοινωνίες δολοφόνησαν..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg06WHPmbfEΤο ποίημα ''ΓΙΑΤΙ ΜΑΜΑ ΜΠΑΜΠΑ'' είναι του VENDARE..
πολύ καλό Σάββα! Ευχαριστούμε!.
"..So say it now, and say it loud! It's time to live out and proud! I am the same, I am a homo!" - Sherry Vine
Εγώ ΣΑΣ ΕΥΧΑΡΙΣΤΩ!
Τα πάντα είναι διαφορετικά από εμάς.Γι'αυτό και υπάρχουν
όντως πολύ καλή δουλειά!!! Μπράβο σε όλους τους συντελεστές.
Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.-Chinese proverb
http://www.youtube.com/user/itgetsbetterprojectMany LGBT youth can't picture what their lives might be like as openly LGBT adults. They can't imagine a future for themselves. So let's show them what our lives are like, let's show them what the future may hold in store for them. Let's show them It Gets Better.
IT GETS BETTER and IT GETS BETTER PROJECT are trademarks owned and licensed by Savage Love, LLC and is a 501c3 organization.MISSION:"You gotta give 'em hope."
Nine out of 10 gay teenagers experience bullying and harassment at school, and gay teens are four times likelier to attempt suicide. Many LGBT kids who do kill themselves live in rural areas, exurbs, and suburban areas, places with no gay organizations or services for queer kids.
"My heart breaks for the pain and torment you went through, Billy Lucas," a reader wrote after I posted about Billy Lucas to my blog. "I wish I could have told you that things get better."
I had the same reaction: I wish I could have talked to this kid for five minutes. I wish I could have told Billy that it gets better. I wish I could have told him that, however bad things were, however isolated and alone he was, it gets better.
But gay adults aren't allowed to talk to these kids. Schools and churches don't bring us in to talk to teenagers who are being bullied. Many of these kids have homophobic parents who believe that they can prevent their gay children from growing up to be gay—or from ever coming out—by depriving them of information, resources, and positive role models.
Why are we waiting for permission to talk to these kids? We have the ability to talk directly to them right now. We don't have to wait for permission to let them know that it gets better. We can reach these kids.
Here's what you can do: Make a video. Tell them it gets better.
I've launched a channel on YouTube—www .youtube.com/itgetsbetterproject—to host these videos. My normally camera-shy husband and I already posted one. We both went to Christian schools and we were both bullied—he had it a lot worse than I did—and we are living proof that it gets better. We don't dwell too much on the past. Instead, we talk mostly about all the meaningful things in our lives now—our families, our friends (gay and straight), the places we've gone and things we've experienced—that we would've missed out on if we'd killed ourselves then.
"You gotta give 'em hope," Harvey Milk said.
Today we have the power to give these kids hope. We have the tools to reach out to them and tell our stories and let them know that it does get better. Online support groups are great, GLSEN does amazing work, the Trevor Project is invaluable. But many LGBT youth can't picture what their lives might be like as openly gay adults. They can't imagine a future for themselves. So let's show them what our lives are like, let's show them what the future may hold in store for them.
The video my husband and I made is up now—all by itself. I'd like to add submissions from other gay and lesbian adults—singles and couples, with kids or without, established in careers or just starting out, urban and rural, of all races and religious backgrounds. (Go towww.youtube.com/itgetsbetterproject to find instructions for submitting your video.) If you're gay or lesbian or bi or trans and you've ever read about a kid like Billy Lucas and thought, "Fuck, I wish I could've told him that it gets better," this is your chance. We can't help Billy, but there are lots of other Billys out there—other despairing LGBT kids who are being bullied and harassed, kids who don't think they have a future—and we can help them.
mpravo savva poly wraio to video...efxaristoumeme sygkinise....!
Έχω μια απορία: γιατί υπάρχουν κοινωνικές διακρίσεις εις βάρος των LGBT; Μήπως κάποιοι βγάζουν λεφτά απ’ αυτή την ιστορία; Διαβάστε την επιστολή του Χ. και την απάντησή της εδώ.
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