Tag Archives: All Out

All Out Launches Crowdfunded “Gay Cure Watch” Site

Via press release: A new online tool to fight gay “cures” has just launched, thanks to All Out, a global movement for the rights of lesbian, gay, bi, and trans people. Crowdfunded entirely by All Out members from all over the world, this online tool allows people to report conversion therapy “treatments” as they show up in their communities. Working …

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Advertiser Backlash For Ugandan Paper

Last month a Ugandan tabloid published a list of that country’s alleged “top 200 homos.” Following a petition campaign by All Out, one of the paper’s major advertisers has pulled out. Via press release: Orange, a subsidiary of France Télécom, announced its decision to pull their advertising from the website of Red Pepper on Friday, after 77,329 All Out members …

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Principle 6 Merchandise Is Now On Sale

A couple of months ago I reported that Athlete Ally and All Out were joining to offer gear that promotes Principle Six of the International Olympic Committee, which declares opposition to discrimination based on “race, religion, politics, gender or otherwise.” Sales commenced today, reports the New York Times: Andre Banks, executive director of All Out, said the merchandise “allows us …

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Russia: #LoveAlwaysWins

Via press release: Today All Out, an organization mobilizing millions of people and their social networks to build a powerful global movement for love and equality, released a new short video as part of its campaign urging Russia to repeal its anti-gay propaganda ahead of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The video imagines what it could be like for …

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ATLANTA: All Out Activists Drive Billboard Trucks Past Coca-Cola Headquarters

Via press release: Today, All Out demonstrated outside Coca-Cola headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Coca-Cola is one of the largest Olympic sponsors and has the longest continuous Olympic sponsorship history of any of the sponsors. All Out called upon Coca-Cola to continue their strong tradition of support for the lesbian, gay, bi and trans communities by calling for an end of …

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