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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GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios, Senior Media Strategist Adam Bass and 20-plus volunteers made more than 4,000 phone
This election season, Washington voters will be asked to either approve or reject Referendum 71, regarding whether o
The fate of a new California law that would prohibit doctors and therapists from trying to change a minor's sexual orientation depends in part on rulings in other cases in which the government tried to restrict physicians' communications with their patients.
A Manhattan jury acquitted a New York firefighter of several assault chargers brought against him by an ex-girlfriend, a transgender model who was once a contestant on the popular reality show "America’s Next Top Model."
Prosecutors will take a fresh look at the 1992 death of gay icon and “mayor of Christopher Street” Marsha P. Johnson, the Daily News has learned.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele has personally donated $50,000 to Equality Wisconsin to help in the group's efforts to promote legalizing gay marriage, the organization announced Friday.
Pennsylvania GOP state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe plans to introduce a constitutional ban on marriage for same-sex couples.
Thursday’s New York Times featured an article about the “costly toll” of the election for the four Republican Senators in New York who broke from their party in 2011 to vote for marriage equality.
Members of a local lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocacy organization announced late Thursday afternoon that Charlotte City Manager Curt Walton has made the decision to add protections for transgender workers to the city’s non-discrimination policy.
A Long Island City woman filed the city’s second transgender discrimination case this year against the New York City agency that handles food stamps and other benefits on Nov. 20.