Across the United States, millions of seniors are getting ready to walk across the stage in graduation ceremonies. This time can bittersweet for transgender students. Two instances of transgender students, in different parts of the country, have reminded us that schools can often fail to support transgender students and treat them with respect.
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Proponents of California’s Proposition 8 have been talking about everything but taking away the right of gay couples
The below post is by Sarah Kennedy, the Central Region’s Media Field Strategist here at GLAAD.
Arkansas Families First, a coalition of citizens who oppose a ballot initiative that would ban adoption by unmarried
Recently GLAAD's Central Region Media Field Strategist, Sarah Kennedy, visited Kansas City, Missouri, to participate
Matthew Shepard's murder was a dark moment in our nation's history.
A decade after his murder, organizations and communities around the country are remembering the legacy of Matthew Sh
A South Florida teen was brutally beaten by a man at a gas station, and she says it was because of her sexual orientation. Nineteen-year-old Nachrisha Cash has cuts, welts and bruises on her face after she said she was a victim of a vicious beating outside a gas station.
The Maine Ethics Commission fined the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage for the late filing of a campaign finance report that detailed $800,000 in contributions from the Washington, D.C.-based group to the lead campaign opposing Maine's ballot initiative on marriage equality.
The Washington state Health Department will be changing marriage and divorce certificates in response to the same-sex marriage law that takes effect Dec. 6.
"It's not a hate crime at all," said Ally Hawkins. "We both know the reason why this happened, and it doesn't make any excuses for him, I'm not defending him at all. I know why he was angry, and that will come out."
In its newest edition of CD Summary, the Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, explores health disparities experienced by those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, versus those who identify as heterosexual.
Stacie Laughton, the first transgender lawmaker elected in New Hampshire, will not take her seat in the state Legislature following a fraud revelation.
City leaders in Pocatello are joining a handful of other Idaho cities pursuing anti-discrimination safeguards based on a person's sexual orientation and gender identity.
Openly gay former TCU linebacker Vince Pyror writes a letter to Cleveland Browns player Tank Carder following Carder's use of an anti-gay slur, saying, "Everyone who plays sports should be able to play without fear that their identity will affect how others view them as an athlete. I was fortunate to have that chance in the last game of my career."