Lawyers Add Their Voices to 'It Gets Better' Project for LGBT Teenagers

, Texas Lawyer


When Dallas officials asked two openly gay attorneys who work for the city to appear in a YouTube video as part of a worldwide campaign by It Gets, they didn't hesitate. "It was a no-brainer. I instantly said, 'Yes!'" recalls John Rodgers. Both Rodgers and Melissa Miles say they've been gratified by the response to their online appearance.

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  • Betsy Munnell

    What a remarkable piece of work. Kudos to the City of Dallas. And kudos to the brave and remarkable men and women who so beautifully tell their stories in this video.

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