Since 2010, the It Gets Better Project and its Global Affiliate Network have collected over 60,000 video stories from LGBTQ+ people and their allies from around the globe. Here are some of our favorite moments from October 2019.

The Delegation of Québec in Mexico Celebrates its Anniversary with It Gets Better Mexico

On its 39th anniversary, the Delegation of Québec in Mexico shares a message of hope with Francophone youth from all over the world, in partnership with ÉDIGES.

He For She en Portugal

The United Nations regional team for the He For She campaign in Portugal shares its message of hope for the LGBTQ+ youth.

Belén de la Rosa Shares Her Message of Hope From Spain

“No one can legitimize what I am, but I myself had to learn to know that I could walk with this indefinition, that I didn’t have to get anywhere if I didn’t want to.” Belén de la Rosa shares her story, the feeling that did not fit and the richness of diversity. “We are not going to bitter the party, why not,” she adds.

Chile Talks About Sex Ed for Lesbians

Our Chilean affiliate shares one of their first videos on sex education aimed at LGBTQ+ youth!

Corey Rae, The World’s First Openly Trans Homecoming Queen

The first time she read the word “transgender,” Corey Rae knew she finally had a label for her identity. Just a few years later, she would earn the title of the world’s first trans homecoming queen, but it wasn’t easy. Here’s her inspiring story.

Not to mention…

Bogotá Elects Its First Female and Openly Lesbian Mayor

Back in 2016, the then-senator and now mayor-elect shared her message of hope for LGBTQ+ youth with It Gets Better Colombia. Her words are more relevant than ever.

#ComingOutDay, #IntersexVisibilityDay and #AsexualAwarenessWeek Around the Globe

This how many of our Global Affiliate Network members observed these important occasions:

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