Post by Sasha Brown-Worsham Dan Savage, the writer and activist who launched the 'It Gets Better' project and has been outspoken about gay rights, has apologized for some of his comments last week to the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle. It's a shame it came to that, but to those who says he was "bullying," it seems they need to redefine the word.
"Bullying" is oppressing and hurting and assaulting a person.
On Sept. 23 writer Dan Savage formally launched the "It Gets Better Project," a video series aimed at reaching LGBT kids to let 'em know school bullying will eventually end, and they'll have greener pastures to look forward to. Yest... Read Post
Dan Savage, the Seattle-based writer and father who calls people transgender to insult them, is launching the It Gets Better Project, where real life gays will share their stories about being young people and surviving bullying, vio... Read Post