Jake Eleazer, an Army drill instructor, spoke to Vocativ online magazine about being transgender in the military. Jake has been an exemplary servicemember for the past 8 years but since coming out his military career is uncertain as the administrative separation process has begun.
Immigration officials in Boston are threatening to deport a 19 year old gay student back to his home country of Ethiopia, a nation where LGBT relationships are illegal.
Elegance Bratton, director of Pier Kids:The Life, has unveiled a second project, a photo book called Bound By Night, that captures a snapshot of the contemporary Ballroom scene.
Daniel Errico has written a new children's book, "The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived," that relays a fairy tale in which the main character—a young boy named Cedric—turns out to be gay.
Because of California's recently enacted law, AB 1266, transgender students like Pat Cordova-Goff can participate in actvities and facitilites that align with their gender identity. Al Jazeera America highlighted Cordova-Goff's story.
A recent survey conducted by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) shows that over the past ten years the number of Americans with no religious affiliations has more than doubled.