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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : On #Orlando: One man held the gun in the club that night, but there were many fingers on that trigger...
On #Orlando: One man held the gun in the club that night, but there were many fingers on that trigger
MAC GORDON: "I've been trying to find new words for the tragedy in Orlando, but the old words are sometimes the new words. In April 2015, I wrote a piece in response to another #terrorist act against the gay community - Governor #MikePence's #religiousfreedom or free to hate, law in #Indiana. That piece was, "Maybe Yesterday, But Not Tonight: A Black Homosexual Speaks To Governor Mike Pence."
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Pence, according to @indystar , was one of the first #Republicans to offer support and prayers for the victims of Orlando. But he fails, it seems, to realize that his #antigay legislation empowers men like the Orlando terrorist to kill.
From the born-again #Christian who shamed me the day after my wedding, calling my marriage an #abomination before God", to Daniel Ashley Pierce's family physically attacking him for being gay, to Tyler Clementi’s and Jamie Rodemeyer’s bullying by peers and their subsequent suicides, to Sakia Gunn’s and Islan Nettle’s murders in the street – it's all hate. One man held the gun in the club that night, but there were many fingers on that trigger.

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On Orlando: One man held the gun in the club that night, but there were many fingers on that trigger.
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https://plus.google.com/104953205036001329051 The Art House : Mark Cortale Presents the Legendary Two Time Tony Award Winner PATTI LUPONE in "Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda...
Mark Cortale Presents the Legendary Two Time Tony Award Winner PATTI LUPONE in "Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda" with music director Joseph Thalken at the piano. This event will help raise funds for The Tyler Clementi Foundation.
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https://plus.google.com/104953205036001329051 The Art House : Mark Cortale proudly presents Six Time Tony Winner AUDRA MCDONALD and special guest WILL SWENSON with...
Mark Cortale proudly presents Six Time Tony Winner AUDRA MCDONALD and special guest WILL SWENSON with SETH RUDETSKY as pianist and host in BROADWAY @ TOWN HALL concert series for one only on August 21st at 8:00PM. McDonald and Swenson join Rudetsky is an evening of incredible songs and conversation. The Broadway @ Town Hall concert series will help raise funds for The Tyler Clementi Foundation.
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https://plus.google.com/104953205036001329051 The Art House : Mark Cortale Presents KRISTIN CHENOWETH in concert with Mary-Mitchell Campbell at the piano for 2 shows...
Mark Cortale Presents KRISTIN CHENOWETH in concert with Mary-Mitchell Campbell at the piano for 2 shows only. This event will help raise funds for The Tyler Clementi Foundation.
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https://plus.google.com/104953205036001329051 The Art House : Mark Cortale Presents RuPaul's Drag Race Champion BIANCA DEL RIO in an all new show NOT TODAY SATAN ...
Mark Cortale Presents RuPaul's Drag Race Champion BIANCA DEL RIO in an all new show NOT TODAY SATAN @ Town Hall. VIP tickets include a meet-and-greet reception at Ross' Grill directly after the show. This event will help raise funds for The Tyler Clementi Foundation.
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https://plus.google.com/104953205036001329051 The Art House : Mark Cortale proudly presents Tony, Emmy & Golden Globe nominated MATTHEW MORRISON, star of Glee and...
Mark Cortale proudly presents Tony, Emmy & Golden Globe nominated MATTHEW MORRISON, star of Glee and Finding Neverland with SETH RUDETSKY as pianist and host for the BROADWAY @ TOWN HALL concert series for one show only on August 7th at 6:30PM. Morrison join Rudetsky is an evening of incredible songs and conversation. The Broadway @ Town Hall concert series will help raise funds for The Tyler Clementi Foundation.
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https://plus.google.com/104953205036001329051 The Art House : Mark Cortale Presents American Horror Story Star Cheyenne Jackson in concert. VIP tickets include a ...
Mark Cortale Presents American Horror Story Star Cheyenne Jackson in concert. VIP tickets include a meet-and-greet reception at Ross’ Grill directly after the show. This event will help raise funds for The Tyler Clementi Foundation.
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June 10, 2016

Florida teen Tovonna Holton took her own life after a nude video of her was shared without her permission on Snapchat. (Photo: Facebook)
A family in Tampa expected to be celebrating the completion of 15-year-old Tovonna Holton’s freshman year at Wiregrass Ranch High School, but instead they’re preparing her funeral — and it’s all because of cyberbullying.
The teen used her mother’s handgun to take her own life this past Sunday after finding out that friends had allegedly filmed her taking a shower and posted it to Snapchat without her permission, according a report by Tampa news channel WFLA. “I said, ‘My baby! My baby!’” a visibly distraught Levon Holton-Teamer, Holton’s mother, recalled through tears in a video for WFLA. “I couldn’t get in the bathroom … so I tried to get in, and I look down. I seen a puddle of blood.” Holton-Teamer told the station that she tried to save her daughter by applying pressure to her head before dialing 911.

The grieving mother added that she had gone to the school repeatedly to report Holton’s ongoing bullying, but “wasn’t always satisfied with the responses she got.” She was thinking of pulling her daughter out of the school before Sunday’s tragedy occurred.

Tovonna Holton (Photo: Vine)
A more recent report by the Daily Beast claims that it was actually Holton’s ex-boyfriend who shared the nude video on Twitter in an act of revenge. Holton’s “longtime pal” Christian Coyle-Watts told the publication that the couple had broken up Sunday morning after a series of fights and that “Tovonna’s Snapchat recording was meant to be a “body appreciation” post before the ex-boyfriend allegedly published it.”
It’s unclear which report is correct, but WFLA says that the case is currently under investigation by the sheriff’s department.
Suicide due to cyberbullying is sadly not uncommon. According to DoSomething.org — “one of the largest global orgs for young people and social change” — victims of bullying are two to nine times more likely to commit suicide than average kids, and almost 43 percent report they’ve been bullied online. Most shockingly, 90 percent of teens who have witnessed cyberbullying say they’ve simply ignored it.
The personal tales of teens who have killed themselves because of cyberbullying are almost too numerous to keep up with. This month, 15-year-old Shania Sechrist hanged herself in her Pennsylvania family home after being harassed on Facebook and through text messages. In January, David Molak, a high school sophomore in San Antonio committed suicide after being relentlessly bullied, primarily on Instagram and through texting. According to Heavy.com, the bullies were actually threatening to kill him. One message read, “We’re going to put him six feet under.” His tormenters were not prosecuted because of insufficient evidence.
Some of the most high-profile cases of teens committing suicide after being bullied online include Amanda Todd, who posted a now-famous video to YouTube about her abuse — most notably, a Facebook profile her tormentor created featuring a topless photo of her — before hanging herself a month before her 16th birthday. Tyler Clementi was an 18-year-old student at Rutgers University when he jumped off the George Washington Bridge in 2010. Clementi’s roommate had outed the teen as gay by secretly filming him kissing another man and posting it to Twitter.
The list goes on and on.
But Nancy Lublin, founder and CEO of the Crisis Text Line, says social media isn’t the problem, people are. “That was a very, very bad judgment call by her friends,” says Lublin. “Social media companies can be good agents in these situations by (a) providing an easy flagging system so that issues can be caught quickly and (b) partnering with orgs like us. For example, we work with After School, YouTube, and others to help provide a custom in-platform solution.”
So what can we do to prevent these senseless deaths — and curb the off-the-rails phenomenon of cyberbullying? “It’s vital that parents actively participate in their children’s digital life to help them stay safe online,” warns a spokesperson for the U.K.’s National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. “The NSPCC’s Net Aware guide gives parents the support, advice, and information they need to have the right kind of conversations about the online world.”
Lublin adds, “I’m also a parent of an 11-year-old girl. We talk about social media a lot — we imagine the kind of people who might see things she posts. So, I might ask her, ‘How would you feel if your math teacher saw that post?’ Or, ‘What would your grandma think of that?’ I don’t make rules; I ask questions.”
As for teens themselves, NSPCC urges them to open up to an adult they trust if they are being cyberbullied — no matter how hard it may be to ask for help. Lublin adds, “Pay attention to privacy settings. Those matter … and they change. Consider making the accounts private on Snapchat and Instagram. Never post a pic of yourself doing something that would make your grandma cringe.”
In the U.S., teens are encouraged to call the Crisis Text Line immediately if they are being bullied and to ask for representation if a harassing image, video, or message is circulating. In the U.K., Childline can also help with taking an illegal image off the Internet by making a report to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) on a victim’s behalf.
Teens (or anyone) in crisis can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7, anonymously, at 800-273-8255.
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https://plus.google.com/105679797404030074359 Alvin J. Woods : June is National PRIDE Month Join ‘Broadway Sings for Pride’ for the 6th Annual Celebrity Gay Pride...
June is National PRIDE Month

Join ‘Broadway Sings for Pride’ for the 6th Annual Celebrity Gay Pride Charity Concert – "Ovation"

Date: Monday, June 20, 2016 | 8pm EST
Location: The JCC Manhattan (334 Amsterdam Avenue at West 76th Street – New York, NY 10024)

Enjoy chorus-led renditions of your favorite Pop music & Broadway hits, inspirational stories from featured celebrity advocates of LGBT rights, and a cocktail reception to network with affluent members of the NYC-metro area LGBT community.

Hosted by: Lesli Margherita & Tommy Didario

Confirmed Guest Speakers and Performing Artists: BEBE NEUWIRTH, SUZE ORMAN, HENRY KRIEGER, PATRICIA VELASQUEZ, BROCK CIARLELLI, KIMBERLEY LOCKE, NATHAN LEE GRAHAM, CHRISTIANE NOLL...and many more!

Ticket Information http://bwaysingsovation.brownpapertickets.com/

About “Broadway Sings for Pride”:
Launched in June 2011, Broadway Sings for Pride has raised thousands of dollars for the LGBT community. Led by Neal Bennington, previous shows have benefitted the following charities: The Tyler Clementi Institute; The Hetrick-Martin Institute; and The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of New York City. Performing at high-profile events throughout the NYC-metro area, Broadway Sings for Pride has received support from notable celebrities that include: Channing Tatum, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Bryan Cranston, Tim Gunn, Carol Channing, Neil Patrick Harris, Kathy Griffin, Bernadette Peters, Nathan Lane, Joy Behar, and Wendy Williams, among others. The non-profit organization works with over 200 Broadway/Theater performers.

Website: http://broadwaysingsforpride.com/
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https://plus.google.com/112504636241253484409 Alvin Woods : June is National PRIDE Month Join ‘Broadway Sings for Pride’ for the 6th Annual Celebrity Gay Pride...
June is National PRIDE Month

Join ‘Broadway Sings for Pride’ for the 6th Annual Celebrity Gay Pride Charity Concert – "Ovation"

Date: Monday, June 20, 2016 | 8pm EST
Location: The JCC Manhattan (334 Amsterdam Avenue at West 76th Street – New York, NY 10024)

Enjoy chorus-led renditions of your favorite Pop music & Broadway hits, inspirational stories from featured celebrity advocates of LGBT rights, and a cocktail reception to network with affluent members of the NYC-metro area LGBT community.

Hosted by: Lesli Margherita & Tommy Didario

Confirmed Guest Speakers and Performing Artists: BEBE NEUWIRTH, SUZE ORMAN, HENRY KRIEGER, PATRICIA VELASQUEZ, BROCK CIARLELLI, KIMBERLEY LOCKE, NATHAN LEE GRAHAM, CHRISTIANE NOLL...and many more!

Ticket Information http://bwaysingsovation.brownpapertickets.com/

About “Broadway Sings for Pride”:
Launched in June 2011, Broadway Sings for Pride has raised thousands of dollars for the LGBT community. Led by Neal Bennington, previous shows have benefitted the following charities: The Tyler Clementi Institute; The Hetrick-Martin Institute; and The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of New York City. Performing at high-profile events throughout the NYC-metro area, Broadway Sings for Pride has received support from notable celebrities that include: Channing Tatum, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Bryan Cranston, Tim Gunn, Carol Channing, Neil Patrick Harris, Kathy Griffin, Bernadette Peters, Nathan Lane, Joy Behar, and Wendy Williams, among others. The non-profit organization works with over 200 Broadway/Theater performers.

Website: http://broadwaysingsforpride.com/
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https://plus.google.com/116341363656055113411 Ryan Olivares : Woah, woah. Bang, bang go the coffin nails, like a breath exhaled, Then gone forever. It seems like...
Woah, woah.

Bang, bang go the coffin nails, like a breath exhaled,
Then gone forever.
It seems like just yesterday, how did I miss the red flags raised?
Think back to the days we laughed.
We braved these bitter storms together.
Brought to his knees he cried,
But on his feet he died.

What God would damn a heart?
And what God drove us apart?
What God could?

Make it stop.
Let this end.
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

Bang, bang from the closet walls,
The schoolhouse halls,
The shotgun's loaded.
Push me and I'll push back.
I'm done asking, I demand.

From a nation under God,
I feel its love like a cattle prod.
Born free, but still they hate.
Born me, no I can't change.

It's always darkest just before the dawn.
So stay awake with me, let's prove them wrong.

Make it stop.
Let this end,
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

The cold river washed him away,
But how could we forget?
The gatherings hold candles, but not their tongues.

And too much blood has flown from the wrists,
Of the children shamed for those they chose to kiss.
Who will rise to stop the blood?

We're calling for,
Insisting on, a different beat, yeah.
A brand new song.

Whoa, whoa [x3]
(Tyler Clementi, age 18.
Billy Lucas, age 15.
Harrison Chase Brown, age 15
Cody J. Barker, age 17
Seth Walsh, age 13.)

Make it stop,
Let this end.
This life chose me, I'm not lost in sin.
But proud I stand of who I am,
I plan to go on living.

Make it stop,
Let this end,
All these years pushed to the ledge,
But proud I stand, of who I am,
I plan to go on living
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https://plus.google.com/107437298585412287965 Conrad Enterprise, Inc : Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying - WSJ
In new poll, nearly half of teenagers said they have been bullied online
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https://plus.google.com/108503685649393746546 Eric Vanderburg : Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying #tech
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying #tech
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying - WSJ
In new poll, nearly half of teenagers said they have been bullied online
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Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying – Wall Street Journal | Bullying
Wall Street Journal Jane Clementi tells time by counting the months since her 18-year-old son Tyler jumped off the George Washington Bridge. It has been 67. Sometimes simple things trigger tears. Like violins, bicycles and grocery shopping—all things he loved. Driving …
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https://plus.google.com/105378537049132409113 Fred Sagwe : So grateful to so many who have made ‪#‎mydigcitjourney‬ even possible especially Tracy Mercier and ...
So grateful to so many who have made ‪#‎mydigcitjourney‬ even possible especially Tracy Mercier and her third grade students, Tyler Clementi and Beth Sanders for trusting me enough to collaborate with my ‪#‎FYS11‬ course, 'Pleased to Tweet You: Are You a Socially Responsible Digital Citizen?' on the iCitizen Project. This is the first chapter to the @digcitsummit! http://www.thenewhollywood.org/blog/my-digital-citizenship-journey
​My Digital Citizenship Journey - The New Hollywood
​My Digital Citizenship Journey Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Ph.D. The ripple effect that an idea can have on the world has always astounded me. One simple idea can have a profound impact and lead to a chain of events that alter one's life. It's about following a journey.
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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : WE ARE calling on the  @NCAA to #divest from all #religious-based institutions who have made Title IX...
WE ARE calling on the  @NCAA to #divest from all #religious-based institutions who have made Title IX requests to discriminate against #LGBTQ youth.
The NCAA has long held as core values a commitment to diversity and inclusion of all people regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
A list of the organizations can be found online and includes: The Los Angeles LGBT Center, GLAAD, The Tyler Clementi Foundation, Transathlete.com, PFLAG, The National Center for Lesbian Rights and dozens of others.

“Religion-based bigotry is the basis for the vast majority of prejudice and discrimination LGBTQ people face, especially young people,” said Shane Windmeyer, Executive Director of Campus Pride. “The NCAA cannot stand for this outright discrimination among its member institutions and we urge them to take action to ensure an inclusive sports culture that is safe and fair for all athletes, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity,” Windmeyer concluded.
LGBTQ Discrimination Leads to Call for NCAA to Divest
NC, March 9, 2016 – Led by Campus Pride and Soulforce, a coalition of more than 80 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ), sports, religious and youth advocacy groups signed on to …
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https://plus.google.com/103913939226199230032 Terry Wolfe : We're fast approaching the next big concert for the Turtle Creek Chorale. We will be honoring area o...
We're fast approaching the next big concert for the Turtle Creek Chorale. We will be honoring area organizations for their commitments to the Dallas community in the first half of the show. For the second half we will be performing songs from Tyler's Suite in honor of Tyler Clementi and anti-bully awareness. It will be a wonderful night of music full of emotion. We will be performing at Dallas City Performance Hall from March 31 to April 2. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.turtlecreekchorale.com
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