MUST WATCH: 6 It Gets Better Videos to Get You Through The Day


Since 2010, the It Gets Better Project has collected over 60,000 video stories from LGBTQ people and their allies from around the world. Here are some of our favorites from April 2017.



  1. Simón Torres – Clinical Psychologist

Simón Torres, a clinical psychologist of Liberarte, shares his inspiring story of how his work experience as a therapist has improved his life in ways he didn’t expect.

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  1. Pride Connection – Business

Pride Connection México is a business network that promotes good practices in diversity and inclusion issues. Sharing their company’s values, they send an empowering and positive message  to LGBTI youth.

It Gets Better México



  1. Jessica Marin – Hair Stylist

Jessica Marin opens up about her journey of becoming a respected hairdresser within her community as a trans woman. She confides in youth the ways in which she has overcome trans prejudice.

It Gets Better Paraguay



  1. Rudy’s Barbershop and My Friend’s Place

In partnership with the It Gets Better Project, members of the Rudy’s Barbershop and My Friends Place families offer advice to any young person trying to figure their identity out, who is finding themselves as gay, lesbian, transgender, or anywhere on that continuum (LGBTQ).

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  1. MP & Bárbara – YouTubers

MP and Bárbara were victims of a homophobic attack in Santa Catarina street in Portugal. They returned to the plaza blindfolded at the mercy of the public where they were met with hugs and love.

Tudo Vai Melhorar (Portugal)



  1. Sasha Velour – RuPaul’s Drag Race Contestant

Sasha Velour is living proof that it gets better. Her message from RuPaul’s DragCon gives youth hope.

It Gets Better México




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PORTUGAL: Tudo Vai Melhorar is calling for volunteers to work with their international relations management! 

MÉXICO: Our team in México presented about the LGBTI community and our project at the International Book Fair in Mexicali.

CHILÉ: The Ministry of Education in Chile launched a document with specific guidelines to eradicate discrimination against LGBTI children in the classroom. The material was prepared with the support from Todo Mejora.

BRAZIL: It Gets Better Brasil partnered with the LGBT special committee of the Regional Psychology Council, helping promote strategies to prevent bullying in schools.


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