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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On Thursday afternoon, the jury was finally selected after two and a half days, and attorneys from the prosecution a
Jury selection continued on the second day of the Angie Zapata murder trial. Weld County, Colo.
As the trial in the murder of Angie Zapata begins, GLAAD will be monitoring local and national media for coverage of
GLAAD Media Field Strategist Adam Bass is in Greeley, Colo.
As the historic Iowa Supreme Court decision was handed down, GLAAD's Media Field Strategist Sarah Kennedy was on th
Gov. Chris Gregoire will sign marriage equality into law at a ceremony, where she will be joined by gay couples who plan to marry.
Hundreds of Boise residents applauded repeatedly Tuesday as City Council members and Mayor David Bieter explained why they support an ordinance that will criminalize discrimination in employment, housing and public places for reasons of sexual orientation or gender identity.
A federal judge cleared the way on Tuesday for California’s new law banning gay “conversion therapies” for minors, one day after another federal judge, in a separate decision, called the ban an unconstitutional infringement on speech.
Councilmember Todd Gloria today was unanimously elected president of the San Diego City Council, as the city celebrated the inauguration of Mayor Bob Filner. Gloria, who is openly gay, represents District 3 that includes the LGBT-dominated areas of Hillcrest and North Park.
Atlanta's City Council approved a resolution Monday night to support marriage equality, countering Mayor Kasim Reed's previously stated opposition to extending marriage rights to same-sex couples.
"I was so confused about why I was suspended," says South Lyon Middle School Teacher Susan Johnson talking about what happened on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving.
Police are searching for a transgender teen, who has been missing form the area for nearly two weeks.
The Helena City Commission has approved first passage of an ordinance prohibiting discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender individuals. Commissioners unanimously passed the ordinance but not before disagreeing on the amendments.