The recently cancelled-but-still-held-anyway World Congress of Families is not the only LGBT-related event happening in Russia. The Russian LGBT community is continuing to gather, including at the 2014 International Queer Festival, or QueerFest.
A transgender high school student in Colorado was crowned her high school's homecoming princess on Friday, according to the Associated Press. Scarlett Lenh, a 16-year-old junior at Sand Creek High School Colorado Springs, said she didn't expect to be nominated in the first place.
The National Organization For Marriage has shift has been noticeable. While once almost obsessively concerned about its image in order to be seen as an organization that's focused on public policy, in recent years NOM has shown itself to be animus-driven.
A new Dutch study published online in the journal Pediatrics found that treatments delaying puberty for young people dealing with gender dysphoria improved their psychological well-being over time, reports Healthy Day.
Earlier this summer, Dutee Chand, an Indian national champion sprinter, was disqualified from the Commonwealth Games because, according to the International Association of Athletics Federations, her levels of testosterone are too high. Dutee hasn’t doped or cheated; her hormone levels are naturally occurring.
Longtime anti-LGBT activist Peter LaBarbera is praising nations like Uganda and Gambia, where homosexuality is punished by life imprisonment. According to Peter, these nations are far better off than the United States.