Remember these names — they're the next generation of LGBT leaders.
An 11-year-old gay boy who was bullied so severely he had to be homeschooled, is calling on nonprofit StudentsFirst to rescind an honor given to antigay state representative John Ragan.
Ted Chalfen of Boulder says most classmates didn't mind at all that he was gay.
As more LGBT people turn to video games to alleviate stress, gaming presents a way for bullying victims to cope.
Joe Bell, with two artificial knees, will walk 5,000 miles to remind others of what bullying can bring.
A gay Colorado Democrat and a supportive Florida Republican are behind the measure.
When school administrators and local officials wouldn't take his son's claims of bullying seriously, Matthew Bent turned to Facebook.