It was in September 2009 that the Atlanta Police Department had a public relations nightmare on its hands with a
UI is the first public university in America to incorporate such measures in its admissions review.
Eastern Michigan University will pay $75,000 to counseling student Julea Ward, who was expelled from university for refusing to provide services to gay and lesbian clients.
Josh Pacheco, a 17-year-old junior at Linden High School in Fenton, Mich., took his own life on November 26, after he was relentlessly bullied for being gay, according to his parents.
Following Monday's ruling that exempted three therapists from adhering to California's ban on "ex-gay" therapy for minors, another judge rejected another case to stop the law from going into effect.
Is Army private Bradley Manning, currently awaiting court martial for leaking government information, considering running for office?
A 13-year-old girl wants the toymaker Hasbro to be more inclusive when it comes to marketing and selling products like the Easy-Bake Oven.
U.S. District Court Judge William Shubb ruled for the First Amendment rights of “reparative” therapy practitioners and questioned evidence that the practice harms young people.
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