Social Media

Social Media is a part of daily life. Rarely are phones put down for more than a day. While you are on your choice of social media, feel free to check out the list of social media sites that might be helpful to finding answers, community, and beauty.
Here is a list of social media pages to follow and look out for regarding sexuality:
  • Planned Parenthood Health @PPFA

    • Planned Parenthood Health keeps followers up to date on the latest news and resources related to reproductive health and reproductive justice, especially news and resources that are relevant for youth.

  • AIDS.gov @aidsgov

    • AIDS.gov provides the latest info on HIV/AIDS news, treatments, and use of new media to combat the virus in the United States.

  • LGBT Health Equity: @LGBTHlthEquity

    • LGBT Health Equity helps connect followers with people and information related to research, policy advocacy, and organizing for LGBT health.

  • GLSEN Research: @GLSENResearch

    • GLSEN Research focuses on conducting research related to on LGBT issues in K-12 education.

  • Callen-Lorde Health Center: @CallenLorde

    • Callen-Lorde, based in New York City, is dedicated to providing low or no-cost services to LGBT individuals and persons living with HIV/AIDS.

  • Peter Tatchell @PeterTatchell

    • Australian political campaigner Peter Tatchell has worked tirelessly for gay rights since the early 1970s. He heads an eponymous human rights foundation and is a member of OutRage!, a British LGBT rights group.

  • Dan Savage @fakedansavage

    • The sex advice columnist is cofounder of the It Gets Better project. Its purpose is to prevent suicide among gay youth.

  • Cleve Jones @clevejones1

    • The activist was a close friend of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay public official. He has since cofounded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, given lectures on LGBT rights and created the AIDS Memorial Quilt, a community project that honors the lives of people who died of the disease.

  • Everyone Is Gay @everyoneisgay

    • The joint project, founded in 2010 by Dannielle Owens-Reid and Kristin Russo, is a quirky, fun account that aims to help LGBTQ youth. They answer questions with honest advice and tour high schools and college campuses. Plus, they do it all with a sense of humor.

  • Peter Staley @peterstaley

    • Staley has been an AIDS and gay rights activist for decades. In 1989, he cofounded the Treatment Action Group (TAG), which lobbied for improved AIDS research. In 1994, Bill Clinton appointed him to the National Task Force on AIDS Drug Development. He's also one of the main subjects of the Oscar-nominated documentary, How to Survive a Plague, which focused on AIDS activism groups, like TAG.

  • Dustin Lance Black @DLanceBlack

    • Black is best known as the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Milk, the 2008 biopic about Harvey Milk. Since then, the openly gay writer has worked with the American Foundation For Equal Rights and the Trevor Project, and was one of the speakers at the 2009 LGBT March on Washington.

  • Ross Murray @inlayterms

    • For news junkies, Ross Murray is the man to follow. He's the director of news at GLAAD (an LGBT organization), so he's always tweeting headlines about the gay rights movement. In addition, Murray is the founder and director of the Naming Project, a "faith-based camp for LGBT youth and their allies," according to GLAAD.