The ACLU an ally in the Gay and Lesbian Marriage Equality Struggle listed another ally of Gay and Lesbian's people's.
Planetransgender and the Dallas Transgender Advocates and Allies (DTAA), who's main concern is focused on addressing and righting transgender inequality, marginalization, objectification and victimization in the hetero and homosexual dominated world and press.
The DTAA and planetransgender have remained, despite being targeted by both recently, a staunch ally of Gay and Lesbian people.
ACLU's New Web Campaign, Tell-Three.org, Encourages People to Talk About What it Means to be LGBT included planetransgender in the Blog : Press Clips GET INFORMED: LGBT News for February 6 .
A new campaign in conjunction with Join the Impact and several other national groups that encourages people to tell three people in their lives what it’s like to be LGBT – because coming out just isn’t enough. Learn more at Tell-Three.org.
Blade Blog: Tell3 campaign launched
Join the Impact: Tell Three. Org
QueerCincinatti: Gay Marriage Anecdote
The Donna Blog: Paradise Revisited
Joe. My. God.: Tell 3 (About Your Gay Life)
Planet Transgender: Tell Three Campaign California Equality
Queers United "Tell 3 Campaign" - Coming Out Isn't Enough!
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Open Letter to Focus on the Family, AFA and Dallas Voice's Official Weblog "Instant Tea"
Understanding "FAGGOT" and "TRANNY" are Hate Words
Unitarian Universalist Freedom to Marry Week
Straights for No on 8
Dallas DOMA Protest January 2009
Dallas Defense of Marriage Act Protest
Prop. 8 sponsors seek to nullify 18 Thousand marriages
Join The Impact
Dallas Transgender Advocates and Allies Recognized as Texas Allied Organization by Join The Impact
Dallas Transgender Advocates and Allies Support Marriage Equality
Dallas transgender Advocates and Allies (DTAA) Blog and Actions
At the Dallas Transgender Advocates and Allies (DTAA) we live by our by name and have learned from our allies WE CAN be "A place for everyone. No exceptions."
By Kelli Busey
February 8, 2009