US: Struggling anti-gay NOM launches boycott against JPMorgan Chase

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The anti-gay National Organization for Marriage is urging supporters to boycott international mega-bank JPMorgan Chase, following claims that the bank asked employees if they were

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Stonewall conference launches Teachers’ Report into homophobic bullying

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Stonewall has published a report showing the extent of homophobic bullying in schools, at the charity’s latest Education for All conference, held for teachers and students on Friday.

The Teachers’ Report, which contains research conducted by YouGov of teachers across England, Scotland and Wales, indicates general improvements since the last report (published in 2009).

Nevertheless, 86% of secondary school teachers and 45% of primary school teachers still report that pupils in their school have experienced homophobic bullying.

Luke Tryl, Head of Education at Stonewall, told the conference:

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Clifford Chance launches LGBT art exhibition in London and New York

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London-based law firm Clifford Chance has opened the doors on its seventh annual LGBT art exhibition, in a transatlantic celebration of gay pride.

A series of eight showcases from LGBT artists have been organised by Arcus, the firm’s LGBT and allies employee network.

The works have been created across multiple media to show the intersection of pop culture and contemporary identity, reflecting on the challenges of the LGBT community in relation to the modern world.

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