Columbia State Community College, in Columbia, Tenn., has determined that a psych professor did not violate students’ freedoms of speech or religion when she asked her classes wear gay-pride ribbons for a day and write an essay about the responses they experienced.
President Vladimir Putin sought to ease concerns that Russia's new anti-gay law would be used to punish athletes who display rainbow flags during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, while insisting that gays are not discriminated against in his country.
A Russian teen named Erik Fedoseyev filed charges against Isakov after seeing pictures of the protest on the internet. Fedoseyev’s father, who’s wife left him for another woman, forced him to file the complaint. If convicted, Isakov faces up to $150 in fines.
Today GLAAD and over 40 organizations call on journalists to improve their coverage of transgender people following Private Chelsea Manning's statement that she is female and using the name Chelsea and female pronouns. The immediate news coverage, as well as the follow up analysis, brought into sharp focus the national news media's frequently inaccurate and uninformed coverage of transgender people.
After canceling a bilateral summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin while there for the G20 summit, Obama may anger the Kremlin further by meeting with Russian activists — including from LGBT groups.