Fox News — For more than 30 years, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has been warning gay and lesbian customers and businesses that the online bullies are ready to attack them if they don’t behave themselves.
But this week, the organization warned gay and bisexual customers of a new threat to their well-being, and now it has a solution.
The organization is launching an online tool that can be used to protect customers and their property online.
The tool, called the Online Safety Program, is a simple and secure way for businesses to report and respond to online harassment, threats and abuse.
The tool is free and works for both gay and straight customers.
The program will be available on June 12.
The tool is designed to help businesses better defend themselves against online harassment and bullying, the LGBT advocacy group said.
“The threat of online harassment is real, and we know that online safety is important to every LGBT person, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity,” said Sam Maslin, executive director of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance.
“We’ve heard from so many LGBT customers, who say that they fear for their safety, and that they’re being targeted by people who hate them, who hate their freedom, who are bullies and who hate gay and bi people.”
This week, Fox News spoke with two gay men who were subjected to online bullying and harassment and how they are taking steps to protect themselves and their business.
Both men, who asked to remain anonymous because they were fearful of repercussions, told Fox News that they are using a new service called the SafeBots to protect their business and their customers.
They’re using the SafeBot to help them monitor the online harassment of others, to identify threats, and to identify when a person is acting on their own, the men said.
One of the men, a software developer, was able to get a secure email account so he could respond to and report threats and harassment on his own.
The other, a tech-savvy gay man, used the Safe Bot to flag a threat to a business that he believes was posted on the Internet by someone else.
The two men, both gay men, were subjected repeatedly to online abuse by two men who claimed they were working to defeat them.
The two men are not sure if their businesses are targeted.
They have tried to help their businesses through other tools, like their own website.
But they were unable to protect the businesses, and they’ve also been targeted online.
The men said they did not want to go public about their experiences with online harassment because it could be considered bullying and they wanted to protect each other from further abuse.
“It was a scary experience, but the most important thing is to protect ourselves, to protect our families and our businesses,” said one of the gay men.
“To make sure our businesses are safe.
To make sure we don’t have to take that step.
It’s not something that I would ever take lightly.”
In an interview with Fox News, the two men said that they had contacted the Anti-Bullying Alliance and the American Civil Liberties Union, and their businesses were offered assistance.
They said they have also taken online security courses.
But the two gay and gay-identified men said there was not enough support for them to make a formal complaint.
They want to make sure their businesses stay online safe.
The Gay & L Lesbian Alliance said it has been working with local businesses and the Anti Bullying Alliance to help address the growing threat to LGBT businesses online.
It said it would be launching a national campaign this summer to raise awareness about online harassment.