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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Together for nearly 40 years, a gay couple's legal marriage out-of-state in 2009 isn't acknowledged by the federal government or Michigan, which passed an anti-gay constitutional amendment in 2004 banning marriage equality and whose courts and Legislature have enacted further prohibitions marriage equality.
In a scene that has been playing out in small cities throughout Kentucky in recent weeks, local citizens working with the statewide Fairness Coalition are seeking local anti-bias protections for gay and transgender people.
Mallory Owens, the victim of an alleged anti-gay hate crime has released an extensive statement on the incident, but stopped short of confirming that the attack was somehow motivated by her sexual orientation.
Ryan Andresen, the 18-year-old who was booted from boy scouts because he's gay, is getting the recognition he so deserves.
The Ali Forney Center this week launched a new video series titled Homeless For The Holidays.
Colorado is poised to become the ninth state in the nation to allow lesbian and gay couples to form civil unions.
The South Lyon Community School District is standing behind its decision to suspend a middle school teacher for playing a popular hip-hop song about being gay during class, even as scrutiny grows from gay advocacy and civil liberties groups.
Embattled Representative-elect Stacie Laughton submitted her letter of resignation to the Secretary of State's Office this afternoon. The letter reads "I regret to inform you that I am unable to fill the State Representative seat for Hillsborough County District 31 to which I was recently elected."