Tuesday, April 23, 2013


Show Me No Hate has been hearing from our network of members across the state.  We're hearing that LGBTQ individuals are freely speaking to police officers when they are participating in rallies, marches, or other peaceful actions.  We recommend you never talk to police officers beyond seeking assistance or immediate care if you need that.

We also know many LGBTQ and straight allied first responders are often within earshot at any police, hospital or fire station.  But its essential if you suspect the police are homophobic, suspicious of your gender, or your physical expression - its critical you don't talk to the police until you have spoken with counsel. 

We'd like to suggest this video series to you:

Part I

Part II

If you don't believe us just watch THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE.