The San Francisco 49ers want fans to know "it gets better" with an online video released Friday that supports gay youth as part of a national project to stop anti-gay bullying -- the first such video to be created by an NFL team.
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The video release follows the release of similar efforts from other sports teams in the Bay Area, including a video from San Francisco Giants in May. Read More
Searching for “supergays” is not easy, but a San Francisco couple is taking on the task.
Lisa Dazols and Jenni Chang, who have been together for three years, recently embarked on a 12-month journey to find supergays — a term they coined to describe lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender men and women who are breaking stereotypes not necessarily in a civil-rights fashion, but in a way that inspires those around them. Read More
The Giants on Wednesday became the first professional sports team to produce a video for the nationwide “It Gets Better” campaign aimed at discouraging discrimination and bullying against LGBT teens.
The video features pitchers Barry Zito, Sergio Romo and Matt Cain telling gay youths that despite discrimination, life will not always be so difficult. Read More
It may be ninth-inning stud Brian Wilson telling kids that “It gets better” or power hitter Panda, but regardless, the San Francisco Giants are the first professional sports team filming a video for a popular LGBT youth project. Read More