We are looking for teens who are willing to share their stories about the way public service advertising (like television or radio commercials or PSAs, print ads, internet ads, bus stop posters or billboards) have helped change their views and attitudes about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students.

Has a commercial on TV, a magazine or newspaper ad, an ad on the internet, or a billboard made you think differently about saying things like "that's so gay" when you mean "that's so stupid"?

Has an ad made you think about treating LGBT people differently?

Or has advertising inspired you to intervene when someone else is using negative language or harassing an LGBT student?


With your permission, these stories may be used to create a video that will promote the work of GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network) and The Advertising Council, the leading producer of public service campaigns in the country.

Please fill out the form below to share your story! Your personal information will be kept confidential.