"Bullying brought out the resilience in me" →
Hung performs at BAGLY’s monthly mini-function!
tionam: tionam: Bumming Cigarettes - A Short Film Trailer #1: Vee For more information connect with Bumming Cigarettes Online: Facebook: Bumming Cigarettes-A Short Film | @bummingcigsfilm | harrietsgunmedia.com/bumming-cigarettes *folks are asking about the full running time of the film. its 23 mins. this is the trailer that features some other parts of the film. thanks for all of the...
Alyssa G, a BAGLY Youth Member, gives her response to the question: What does World AIDS Day mean to you?
BAGLY Speaks: World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day is important to me because we are fighting against the stigma surrounding HIV and AIDS. We are helping people understand the importance of HIV and AIDS and how it impacts our communities. It also raises awareness and promotes risk reduction for our friends, family and loved ones. ~ Program Coordinator, Jaisyn M.
BAGLY Speaks: World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day is important to me because it highlights an important issue that should be recognized everyday. It’s a good opportunity to educate people who may not think that it affects them, while also spreading awareness about available resources. I am going to recognize the day by wearing a t-shirt that on the front says, “Got AIDS?,” and on the back says, “How do you...
Giftson, BAGLY’s People of Color Meeting Facilitator, giving his thoughts on the question: Why is World AIDS Day important to you?
fuckyeahftmsofcolor: Hey everyone! Just wanted to share a new YouTube channel that started about two weeks ago! It’s called Trans API Voices, a channel of five transmen and one transwoman, all of Asian decent! We realized that there wasn’t many Asian trans* identified people sharing their stories, so we thought we would start a channel! You can check out the channel here! Enjoy! Eli
humanformat: I am not broken I am free…
…on the day before Thanksgiving, the day after and the 362 other days of the...– via Autostraddle — Please Don’t Volunteer On Thanksgiving: A Former Shelter Worker Tells All (via autostraddle) Food for thought?
We cannot allow progress to become an alibi for apathy…success can never be an...– Ambassador Susan E. Rice, 145th Convocation (via howarduniversity)
The Beautiful Daughter: How My Korean Mother Gave... →
If I look up “carrot” in the dictionary, most people will acknowledge I do not...– - Sparky at Womanist Musings. (via flowerskss) thank you lord jesus christ though i’d honestly love for someone to quote the dictionary on me when i discuss programming that would amuse me hard (via crackerhell)
Why I'm Attending Transgender Day of Remembrance
The first time I attended a Transgender Day of Remembrance event, I was amazed at the strength of the transgender community in not only paying homage to their fallen family, but in doing it so publicly and in the face of potential opposition, and maybe worse, indifference. As we walked the streets of Allston, MA, the footsteps next to me kept me moving forward. As we read the seemingly endless...