Administrators tried to make the teenager change out of a T-shirt that read "Some people are gay. Get over it."
Legislators reneged on their promise to not advance a bill that would allow religious objections to transgender students using bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity.
The whistleblowers who exposed the school's Statement of Understanding, which would allow it to expel students with LGBT family members, have a message for their alma mater.
Attorney Asaf Orr (pictured) pens an open letter to his former client — the student who filed the first trans-related lawsuit alleging a violation of Title IX.
Trinity Academy in Kansas says LGBT acceptance, which runs “counter to the standing of a Biblical lifestyle," is grounds for expulsion.