Logo TV announced Brooklyn Nets’ Jason Collins and the Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black as honorees to their inaugural award show Trailblazers, premiering June 26.
According to the Times of India, India's most recent census yielded the first official count of transgender people, at more than 490,000.
This past weekend the graduating students at Vanier Catholic Secondary School in Whitehorse, the largest city in northern Canada, filed in to their graduation ceremony in rainbow striped socks in support of the school's newly established gay-straight alliance.
Yesterday evening, people of all ages and backgrounds congregated at Washington Square Park for the LGBT Rally for Homeless Youth, which kicked off the National Campaign for Youth Shelter.
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In moving tributes, Julie Wood and her 10-year-old-daughter, Sophie, share memories of Ben, their deeply loved, gay son who died by suicide last year.
Hannah Moch, former GLAAD intern and recent college grad, thanks her moms for helping her reach her goals.
Largest amount of money ever donated by a live person to a LGBT center being used to support homeless youth
Anita May Rosenstein, great-granddaughter of the founder of May Department Stores Co., recently donated an astounding $6.5 million to the Los Angeles LGBT Center to support homeless LGBT youth.
This past Friday, the NYC Lab School exhibited what it means to truly come together in support of LGBT pride during its annual Pridefest, when students came out and Great Caesar performed their hit single.