B.C. gay and lesbian Mounties featured in RCMP ‘It Gets
Better’ video – THIS is WHY Cheryl & the RCMP Made
CLICK here to actually see Cheryl being interviewed!
Our BLOG post of cute puppies has gone wild over the last week….and now I would like to try and draw some attention to this video that the RCMP has released and Cheryl had a lot to do with…I hope every hit to our BLOG will at least take a peek at this video because it took a lot of guts for these RCMP members and others to get their experiences on film.
Seems like most media outlets have or are trying to get interviews with the RCMP and Cheryl. I would love to see The Ellen Show get interested in this video for the sake of the youth. Would be great to know this video will save a few lives out there, be used in classrooms all over the globe to show role models and that “It Does Get Better”.
SOURCE: MAPLE RIDGE NEWS
‘We’re not all that different from each other’
While our post on puppies is getting 1000.s of HITS I hope you take a look at this too. All part of our Adventures in our life and this means a lot to us! Thanks! Cheryl & Leslie
‘It Gets Better’: RCMP Video Features LGBT Officers.
Please watch and share…this project was near and dear to Cheryl’s heart and she is in it too! This is a first for the RCMP and we want to show worldwide support.
Even if this video reaches just one KID….that would be amazing!
Cheryl was behind making this video and she is in it as well….PLEASE share this video….it was made because Cheryl works with kids as a RCMP and is tired of seeing the bullying and suicides that happen over sexuality. This blog is followed by so many from all over the world….pass it on and help us get the word out…
“It Does get Better!” Thanks!
Bullying needs to become OBSOLETE! Too many wasted lives over sexuality, confusion and BULLYING! This is so well done and we would like to CONGRATULATE the SFPD for putting this together. I can see Cheryl doing something like this for the RCMP one day!
Mayor Lee & Chief Suhr Unveil First of its Kind LGBT Youth Video.
The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) along with Mayor Ed Lee is proud to announce the debut of the “SFPD It Gets Better” video project as part of the nationwide campaign to end bullying of LGBT youth. The video provides a message of transformation, hope and encouragement to LGBT yo…uth that it does get better. The SFPD is the first and only Police Department in the country to produce a video for the campaign.
“It Gets Better” is a nationwide project, that offers support and encouragement to youth who are struggling with their sexual identity or bullied for being “different.” These messages of hope let young people know that they are not alone and that help is available.