- Not use anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) language or slurs.
- Intervene, if I safely can, in situations where students are being harassed or tell an adult.
- Support efforts to end bullying and harassment.
- Encourage others to be Allies.
http://www.allyweek.org/ and even watch student videos. BHS’s GSA members encouraged all the students at this school to take the pledge: I believe all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression deserve to feel safe and supported. That means I pledge to:by Editor-in-chief Marisa Kaplita October 15th through the 19th the GSA partook in Ally Week, a week to promote the support of all students to become allies for people in the LGBT community. An ally is someone who stands up against bulling and harassment because of a person’s sexual identity. “ We refer to Allies as people who do not identify as LGBT students, but support this community by standing against the bullying and harassment LGBT youth face in school.” You can check out more about this organization at