A new law intended to prevent bullying presents schools with an either-or scenario in which neither the kid who bullies nor the kid who is bullied come out ahead. But there is a third way, says Daniel Zingale.
Iran’s regime executes and abuses LGBT people, sometimes forcing them to change genders, and it goes largely unchallenged by Americans who are much better off.
Q: My partner and I have been together for 11 years now and have been in the same cozy one bedroom apartment for most of them.
The director of The Trevor Project has a warning for activists and the media: talking about specific cases of LGBT kids who die by suicide could actually help spread the problem instead of combating it.
The birth of the Kaleidoscope Trust, a new international gay rights group with tremendous support in Britain, begs the question of how much we believe is possible.
Q: My husband and I ran into an old friend, a lesbian who was surprised to see us pushing a stroller.
More than 500 young people will gather this weekend for Models of Pride, the world’s largest free conference for LGBT youth. The event’s director reflects on why safe havens like these are so important.
The curator of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, which is home to political paraphernalia from Frank Kameny’s life, explains what set the activist apart.