Out Now Launches LGBT Study in Turkey
The world's largest global research study into the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people has just launched in another country - and it is one you might not expect - Turkey.
The research project - known as LGBT2020 - has today added Turkey to the more than 20 countries where it measures a diverse range of aspects of the lives of LGBT people.
The addition of Turkey is part of the study's growing reach across the globe.
| GLAAD and MTPC Launch "I AM: Trans People Speak" Video Series
|"I AM: Trans People Speak" Preview|
GLAAD, the nation's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) media advocacy and anti-defamation organization, and the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC), announced the upcoming national launch of the "I AM: Trans People Speak" video series and called for the public to submit their own stories. The campaign aims to spotlight the stories of transgender Americans and their allies in an effort to educate the public about transgender issues, as well as speak to transgender youth and adults.
Analysis By Williams Institute of "Don't Say Gay" Provision
The Williams Institute has released analysis and data that provide important background and context for the ongoing debate on Utah's abstinence only bill (HB 363), which includes provisions that limit discussion of LGBT issues at school. The Williams Institute is a national think tank and leading research institute at the UCLA School of Law that addresses issues of sexual orientation and gender identity law and policy.
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Let's face it- the prospects for even the most talented and hard-working artists making it big in the current American music industry are grim at best. CD sales are tumbling faster than digital sales can pick up the slack, media outlets that have traditionally 'broken' artists have splintered, and artists must
compete with entertainment juggernauts like gaming, social networks and viral videos for the time and attention of consumers. What can an indie artist do to tip the scales?