Unite UK’s Charlotte Shares Her Story and Message of Hope
Charlotte one of the co-founders of Unite UK tells her It Gets Better story, about her experience of having an eating disorder and how it got better.
Adecco Spain’s Viral Campaign Protagonist Silvia Matos Shares Her Story
She starred in the viral campaign of Adecco Spain, and today Silvia Matos (owner of Translingerie, underwear company for trans people) comes to tell us why you can say that it does get better and how her journey has been until now.
Mexico’s UNDP Representative Gives a Message of Inclusion
Lorenzo Jiménez de Luis, México’s representative for the United Nations Development Programme voiced his message of hope and inclusion for the LGBTQ+ community for Pride Month.
Student Group Shares a Message of Hope With It Gets Better Colombia
ISOS Tadeo, an LGBTQ+ student organization at the University of Jorge Tadeo Lozano in Bogota, Colombia, invited our Colombian affiliate for a group session, so this is their message of hope they recorded.
Out & Equal’s Brasil Forum Panelist Yasmin Vitória Shares Her Story
From Out & Equal’s Forum in Brasil at the end of 2018, our Brasilian affiliate shares Yasmin Vitória’s testimony and message of hope of trans youth right in time for Pride Month!
Harper’s Bazaar India’s Editor Nonita Kalra Joins It Gets Better
Fashion has always loved the LGBTQ+ community, and who knows it better than Harper’s Bazaar India’s editor. Nonita Kalra shares her message of hope to the LGBTQ+ youth.
Patrick Starrr Says Life Opens Up When You Do
We partnered in the United States with Patrick Starrr this pride season to spread positive messages with LGBTQ+ youth using #TheirStory!
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It Gets Better + its Global Network of Affiliates Marched at World Pride
Representatives from each of the 17 active members of the Global Network of Affiliates marched at World Pride for the #Stonewall50 celebrations in New York City after attending our very first Global Summit.
Actress Macarena Achaga Joins It Gets Better For World Pride
As part of the Mexican soap opera lesbian duo sensation #Juliantina, Macarena Achaga flew to New York City overnight to march with It Gets Better at World Pride after she had already marched with It Gets Better México and Google at Mexico City’s Pride March the day before.
#Juliantina’s global fandom has raised funds for both the affiliates in Mexico and in Colombia so far.
Click here to learn more about the It Gets Better Project’s global network!