Josh, a 13-year-old middle school student is about to be outed as gay in an online blog written by the school bully in the new rock musical "Out of My Comfort Zone."
This Thursday, we celebrate Spirit Day, a day when everyone from celebrities and corporations to schools and community members will wear purple and connect on social media to stand in solidarity against bullying and show support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth.
An anti-LGBT cohort billing itself as a youth advocates bought a full page ad in the Minnesota Star Tribune in response to a proposal that will establish guidelines for transgender athletes.
Trans advocate Brynn Tannehill interviewed parents of transgender children and unveiled similar patterns among the families.
How the lack of representation in children's media affects the way gender nonconforming kids perceive themselves and their world.
After a lot of hard work and much support from family, friends and co-workers, 19-year-old Rudolph is proud to receive this honorable scholarship.
Williams explains why gay black youth are marginalized more than others and offers a possible solution.
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Be More Heroic (BMH) and the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding (RPCP) are partnering with Joaquin Phoenix to produce CAMP: The Documentary.
Ryland Whittington is a six-year-old transgender boy who has become a YouTube sensation due to the heartwarming video that his parents uploaded, which tells the story of his life and transition.