Commentary: Social media protests replace LGBT marches

08/23/2013 | Advocate.com

Changing demographics and technology innovations have eroded traditional forms of protest, writes Diane Anderson-Minshall, editor at large for The Advocate. Anderson-Minshall argues that although demonstrations and strikes have their place, social media movements have supplanted large-scale marches as the protest weapon of choice for today's youth. Activating this largely sympathetic generation demands that LGBT organizations recognize this new reality, Anderson-Minshall writes.

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