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If you're interested in mapping out your gender and sexuality, the Gender Unicorn can help! Learn more about Trans Student Equality Resources' cool new graphic here: http://bit.ly/1uvrKc2.
Upgrading your technology? Donate your used devices to #LGBTQ youth. Watch this video to learn more about #PowerOn: http://bit.ly/1rXoM1u .
As we celebrate our Sweet 16, we're asking you to help us continue our mission. With a gift of $16, we can provide a classroom with a Trevor Resource Kit. Visit www.trvr.org/sweet16
Even if you're not in Los Angeles, you can still participate in the Models Of Pride conference by watching the livestream!
We're working w/@RepMikeHonda @LGBTTech to oppose blocking LGBT sites in public schools & libraries: http://bzfd.it/1vpW7Cu #DontBlockLGBT
BuzzFeed's talking about our partnership with Human I T and Straight But Not Narrow for "Power On," a campaign to provide LGBTQ youth with access to computers and online resources.
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