The Movement Blog — LGBTQ+

Clothes with a Cause

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Clothes with a Cause

 An estimate of 150,00 kids in the U.S. find themselves in a body that they don’t feel they belong to that is why more persons decide to make a change in their sexuality. Studies show that: 150,000 is the estimate of transgender kids ages 13 to 17 in the United States. 75% of transgender youth feel unsafe at school. 59% of Trans students have been denied access to restrooms consistent with their gender identity. Many transgender children trigger depression and suicide attempts, that is why we are committed to help with a porcentage  of our sales to The Center for Transyouth...

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Think+ Campaign

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Think+ Campaign

Created to spread positive vibrations amongst everyone and anyone. It does not matter your sexual orientation, your size, your height or your skin color. How do you jump start your day? How do you spread your positivity? What’s your story? Grab your FREE shirt to help spread a positive message! Want to be Featured? Create a 60 second or less video and submit to info@iamgayusa.com  for a chance to be featured! Video details: 1. Share what THINK+ means to you and how you inspire others! 2. Create a 60 second or less video. 3.Post on your Instagram @iamgayusa #THINKIAG

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Coexist: Transgender Violence Awareness

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Coexist: Transgender Violence Awareness

Stand up and be heard At IAG, we fight for a world in which we coexist. It’s even part of our fashion statement. Yet, we see a mostly forgotten nation. Who is leading the rights fight for transgender people? Why are the standards different in areas such as employment, housing and healthcare? According to a study published in The Lancet, significant evidence exists that transgender people suffer “distress and impairment” because of “discrimination, stigma, lack of acceptance and abuse.” Consider that during 2016, advocates tracked at least 23 transgender deaths in the United States because of violence; victims were killed...

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