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Action Alerts & Campaigns

January 21, 2015

Time is Running Out to Stop Anti-LGBT Conversion “Therapy” in Virginia

Here’s how you can help: •Email House and Senate committee members using the draft language below. •Call House and Senate committee members and ask them to support the bill. •Send your legislators a direct tweet asking them to support the bill using the {bill number or name} and #BornPerfect hashtags. •Use the #BornPerfect image to spread the word through your social networks about the importance of this bill and ask your friends to do the same.


June 17, 2014

Bill to Protect LGBT Youth from Conversion Therapy Moves to NY Senate

What an exciting week for LGBT equality! On Monday, the New York State Assembly passed a bill that will protect LGBT youth from conversion efforts. This news comes on the heels of the passage of the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA). As we celebrate these wins, we must also recognize that time  is of the…


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June 11, 2014

Urge San Francisco Archbishop to Cancel Appearance with Anti-LGBT Extremists

While 57% of Catholics now support the freedom to marry and many Catholic leaders, including Pope Francis, have made affirming statements about LGBT people, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone is planning to march alongside some of the most hateful anti-LGBT extremists in the nation at the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) rally in Washington,…


March 26, 2014

Urge CA to Divest Taxpayer Money From Companies Supporting Torture of LGBT Russian Youth

It’s appalling. California’s pension fund (CalPERS)—the largest public pension fund in the nation—has invested more than $25 million in companies that directly support the torture and abuse of LGBT youth: and MegaFon. These companies are tied to VK.Com, the Russian internet company that has allowed Occupy Pedophilia to post videos of LGBT teenagers being…


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January 10, 2014

Take Action to Stand With NCLR Client Chris Kluwe

Former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe made history when he became one of the NFL’s first and fiercest allies for the freedom to marry. His tireless work to secure marriage equality in Minnesota—including interviews and appearances in ad campaigns—helped change hearts and minds, and shattered stereotypes. Take Action to Stand With Chris Kluwe Now. Unfortunately,…


November 4, 2013

Senate to Vote on ENDA: Act Now

The Senate is poised to act on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), and a final vote could happen as early as this week! We need your help to ensure senators support workplace equality for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people when they vote. Americans from all walks of life share the basic value…


October 23, 2013

Make a Promise to Support All Students

Make a promise to support all students, and decline to sign any action from opponents who are trying to stand in the way of students’ success and even their ability to graduate from high school.



July 8, 2013

Ask California Gov. Jerry Brown to Help Transgender Young People

When Logan tried to take P.E. during his freshman year, he was sent to the nurse’s office to change because he is transgender. This isolated him from other students, exposing him to constant stigma and harassment, and made him feel terrible about himself. It also made him 15 minutes late to classes each day. Eventually, he just gave up on gym altogether.


April 19, 2013

Help Nevada Win the Freedom to Marry!

Nevada is about to take a huge step forward. Last week, a Senate committee voted to advance a resolution that would overturn Nevada’s anti-marriage amendment and replace it with the freedom to marry. The measure now moves to the full Senate, where it must receive a vote in the coming days in order to begin the multi-year process of winning marriage for all loving couples in Nevada.


February 14, 2013

Lobby for Equality in Maryland on Monday!

Help transgender Marylanders, who remain unprotected in state law from discrimination in employment, housing, places of public accommodation, and credit.


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