Even Conn. Agency Concerned by DCF's Handling of Trans Teen Jane Doe

Even Conn. Agency Worried by DCF's Handling of Trans Teen

Connecticut's Office of the Child Advocate took the Department of Children and Families to task after a months-long debacle involving a 16-year-old transgender girl.

Op-ed: Why The Gay Panic Defense Must Go

Op-ed: Yes, Some Still Use The Gay Panic Defense

In every state but one, someone who assaults or even murders an LGBT person can use a panic defense. It's time to put an end to that.

Slain Baltimore Trans Women Was Sibling to NBA Star

Slain Baltimore Trans Woman Was Sibling to NBA Star

After learning his sister's death, Los Angeles Clippers player Reggie Bullock expressed sadness, praising his sibling for teaching him how to live his own life.

Suspect Accused of Executing Gay Men Captured in NJ

Suspect Accused of Executing Gay Men Captured in N.J.

Police believe the chilling Seattle murder of two young gay men is a hate-crime.

Mom Accused of Sexually Assaulting Daughter for Being Gay

Mom Accused of Sexually Assaulting Lesbian Daughter

Police say a Las Cruces, N.M., woman beat and sexually assaulted her daughter in an effort to stop her from being a lesbian.

Second Baltimore Trans Woman Found Murdered Since June

Second Baltimore Trans Woman Found Murdered Since June

Since April 2013, three transgender women have been murdered in Baltimore, in crimes that bear some similarities to one another.

Fired Gay Teacher Gets His Apology — 42 Years Later

Fired Gay Teacher Finally Gets Apology

Jim Gaylord was fired for being gay back in 1972. This week he received an apology from his former school district.

Conn. Trans Girl, 16, Placed in School for Delinquent Boys

Trans Teen Girl Placed in Boys' Reform School

Now out of a women's adult correctional facility, Conn. teen Jane Doe finds herself placed in a school for delinquent boys following accusations of another assault.

Tech Pioneer Revives Unsolved Mystery Around Gay Brother's Death

Tech Pioneer Revives Mystery Around Gay Brother's Death

Internet guru Steve Johnson fought for years until his brother's death was reclassified by police from a suicide to an unsolved homicide. But he's still fighting for justice.

Gay Man Punched in D.C. Safeway, Employees Allegedly Helped Attacker Leave

Gay Man Attacked in Grocery Store

Police are looking for help in identifying a woman who punched a gay man while yelling an antigay slur at him last week.

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