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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The NOM's ITAF conference claimed two pieces of Bear's memorabilia were donated by the team and thanked them for supporting NOM's message. The Bears did not donate the items, nor do they support NOM's message.
The story of Nicholas Coppola, an openly gay Catholic man who was asked to leave his Long Island parish after marrying his boyfriend, continues to develop and spread to wider media sources.
US Senator Mark Kirk, R-Ill., declared his support for marriage equality this week, offering yet more proof that the issue is now a truly bipartisan one
Rutgers fires head basketball coach Mike Rice after video surfaces of him verbally abusing his players with anti-gay slurs.
PFLAG founder Jeanne Manford was honored with a plaque presented by the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation for her important work in making communities safer for LGBT people.
Trans* Awareness Project is a new campaign founded on the campus of the University of Minnesota: Twin Citites.
Former President Bill Clinton will be honored at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles where he will receive GLAAD's first Advocate for Change Award during the event at the JW Marriott on April 20, Deadline reported this morning. Entertainment attorney Steve Warren will also receive the Stephen F. Kolzak Award at the event and special guests will include film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Charlize Theron and Jennifer Lawrence.
As Cardinal Dolan calls for a Roman Catholic Church open to LGBT people, one New York gay man finds himself removed from parish life.
A high court judge in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has passed a ruling authorizing gay marriage in the Brazilian state, making it the11th state of Brazil to institute marriage equality.
The National Center for Lesbian Rights' executive director calls on Congress to keep the momentum going on immigration reform in the wake of the tragedy in Boston.
French President Francois Hollande's government called on Thursday for an end to violent protests against a same-sex marriage bill being debated in parliament, warning those behind a rise in homophobic assaults would be punished.
John Paulk was once one of the most visible spokespeople for the ex-gay movement, appearing on the cover of Newsweek in 1998 under the headline “Gay For Life?” and championing Love Won Out ex-gay conferences across the country
In a Senate immigration proposal full of political minefields, it’s an omitted item that could fracture the delicate coalition backing the bill and force Democrats to choose between two key constituencies: gays and Latinos.
A teacher at the American Academy of Art used the wrong pronouns while speaking to a student, and decided to apologize
As a young gay man, growing up in a small, conservative town in Montana wasn't easy. I knew I was different from my peers well before I understood what the word "gay" even meant. As a closeted teen, I experienced a significant amount of bullying everywhere I went: in the halls of my school, at high school football games and even in the church youth group.