Students Advised Not to Tell on Bullies
April 22 2014 2:24 PM ET

Students Advised Not to Tell on Bullies

Michelle Garcia

An elementary school principal apologized to parents after students were sent home with a flier advising children not to tell on bullies.

Study: Childhood Bullying's Effects Persist for Decades
April 21 2014 7:02 PM ET

Study: Childhood Bullying's Effects Persist for Decades

Trudy Ring

Being bullied in childhood often means physical, social, and mental health repercussions even 40 years later, says a new U.K. study.

BSA Severs Ties With Church Over Gay Scoutmaster
April 21 2014 12:39 PM ET

BSA Severs Ties With Church Over Gay Scoutmaster

Michelle Garcia

The Boy Scouts of America has revoked the membership of a church that supported its openly gay scout master.

WATCH: Fla. Student Alleges Homophobia in Fraternity Expulsion
April 21 2014 12:33 PM ET

WATCH: Did Frat Boot Fla. Student for Being Gay?

Daniel Reynolds

George Dumont, a sophomore at the University of Central Florida, has posted a YouTube video claiming that antigay views were behind his sudden removal from a Beta Theta Pi pledge process last fall.

WATCH: Gay Boy Scout Earns Eagle by Restoring LGBT Center
April 17 2014 2:12 PM ET

WATCH: Gay Boy Scout Earns Eagle by Restoring LGBT Center

Daniel Reynolds

At a time when openly gay youth were still barred from the BSA, scout Eric Snyder decided to protest by renovating an LGBT center.

WATCH: Students Counter Day of Silence With Antigay T-Shirts
April 14 2014 3:30 PM ET

WATCH: Students Counter Day of Silence With Antigay T-Shirts

Trudy Ring

Some students at an Oregon high school wore shirts with slogans such as 'Gay Day Is Not OK.'

Op-ed: Banning Books, Risking Lives
April 14 2014 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Banning Books, Risking Lives

Tully Satre

Public schools in Fauquier County, Va., will consider removing a gay-themed young adult novel, but do officials understand what is at stake if they pull the book?

LGBT Students, Teachers Embrace Day of Silence
April 11 2014 1:39 PM ET

LGBT Students, Teachers Embrace Day of Silence

Kevin OKeeffe

Rainbow duct tape and vows of silence covered Twitter today in honor of GLSEN's annual Day of Silence.

Op-ed: LGBT Kids Need to Know They're Not Alone
April 11 2014 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: How to Use Social Media for Good

Jonathan D. Lovitz

Some kids use social media for bullying. Others use it for good.

Minnesota Passes Tougher Antibullying Laws
April 10 2014 11:49 AM ET

Minnesota Passes Tougher Antibullying Laws

Michelle Garcia

After years of being in the spotlight for its lackluster laws on bullying, Minnesota will institute more thorough laws to mitigate bullying in schools.

WATCH: Revealing Homophobia in a Frat Makes Trouble for Messenger
April 09 2014 6:47 PM ET

WATCH: Revealing Homophobia in a Frat Makes Trouble for Messenger

Trudy Ring

After a Mississippi college's paper reported on the matter, the paper was shut down for a time, and a gay frat brother drew some ire as well.

Univ. of Kentucky Asks Students If Homosexuality Is a Sin
April 08 2014 1:46 PM ET

Univ. of Kentucky Asks Students If Homosexuality Is a Sin

Sunnivie Brydum

An email survey from University Health Services posed a number of questionable queries to students at the University of Kentucky, including if they believed 'male homosexuality is a perversion.'

Gay Boy Scout Master Refuses to Leave Post
April 07 2014 3:37 PM ET

Gay Boy Scout Master Refuses to Leave Post

Michelle Garcia

A gay scoutmaster who was told that he would need to step down from his position after coming out isn't backing down, and he has the support of troop members and their families.

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