Tyler Clementi

Ravi's roommate Tyler Clementi committed suicide after Ravi broadcasted images of him kissing another man.
From a societal perspective, this case has exposed some of the latent dangers concealed by the seemingly magical powers of
Ravi was convicted on multiple charges after he used a webcam to record his roommate kissing a man.
NEWARK - A New Jersey appeals court will decide whether a former Rutgers University student convicted of spying on a roommate
Now that Trump has added Sarah Palin to his ticket, I suppose the bullying will get even more severe, and it seems highly unlikely that the media, or evangelicals, or Conservatives in general, will say anything at all.
"I feel living your life out loud and not being afraid to share what matters to you is a great quiet revolution for this time when we're really trying to make a world more inclusive for everyone and a world that accepts that love belongs to everyone."
The spotlights were bright on Broadway at the Diamond Horseshoe, and they were shining for the Tyler Clementi Foundation.
The legislation would also establish a grant program to support campus anti-harassment activities and programs, which includes
Jane Clementi, the mother of Tyler Clementi, took to the Internet this week to take a stand about Alcorn's high-profile suicide
Monica Lewinsky has broken a decade-long silence to announce her campaign to end cyberbullying and today’s toxic culture of internet shaming.
Which then got Piers Morgan all excited... Vanity Fair, for which Lewinsky is a contributor, confirmed the news: Monica Lewinsky
2014-08-30-20140828JamesClementi2small.jpgIn 2010 Tyler Clementi took his own life after being publicly outed on the Internet by his college roommate. His oldest brother James, who is also gay, is now an activist hoping to shape a world that's more accepting and inclusive of LGBTQ people.
Lewinsky also put to rest some rumors that have followed her since news broke of her affair with Clinton, saying she was
My hope and prayer is for the church to fully embrace all LGBTQI people. This will have a dramatic impact for many, but most especially for our youth, who do not need to be shamed, "healed" or merely tolerated but fully embraced and loved just as they are, beautifully created in God's image.
Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) said she will introduce legislation Thursday that would require colleges and universities receiving federal aid to establish anti-harassment policies and to recognize cyberbullying as harassment.
For Murray, taking over the legislation from Lautenberg, who died in 2013, was somewhat personal after she learned one of