One Toronto-area police officer took a stand against bullying in the coolest — and pinkest — way possible.
After a gay Missouri high school student was cited for his wardrobe choice, he got the support he needed from his friends on social media.
Quitman High School canceled the entire program of speeches even after the lesbian student agreed to revise hers.
Two Ottawa sixth-graders were barred from doing a social justice project on gay rights. The school board is reportedly reconsidering that decision.
In a historic move, one California college has adopted an explicitly trans-inclusive admissions policy, making it the only school to do so among the nation's 119 single-sex college programs.
After school officials reportedly told a 13-year-old trans girl that she could only attend school if she dressed and acted like a boy, several LGBT groups stepped in on her behalf.
The mother of a 13-year-old transgender girl has been told that her daughter will not be welcome to attend classes this fall as herself, and would only be allowed back if the teenager agrees to dress and act like a boy.
A Missouri school district issued a letter to parents last week, informing them of another student's transgender status and asking fellow students to avoid bullying. But did the district violate federal law in the process?