LGBT student groups and gay-straight alliances in high schools and colleges across the country often sell T-shirts for National Coming Out Day to raise funds
In honor of today’s Spirit Day, I wanted to share an anti-bullying public service announcement from my hometown of Green Bay, Wisconsin. It’s called Ouch!
Looks like the start of France’s marriage equality debate will begin one week later than originally planned. From CBS News: The legalization of same-sex marriages
Last night, or so I’ve read, somebody out there in the far reaches of the Twitterverse thought it’d be funny to start a homophobic hashtag: #SignsYoSonIsGay.
Last night, Truth Wins Out revealed in an exclusive report that the school board of Minnesota’s Anoka-Hennepin School District, notorious for an epidemic of anti-LGBT
So I was just poking around the Interwebs today, checking all of my usual news sources, when I stumbled upon a rather interesting little nugget
Tomorrow, October 19, is Spirit Day, in which millions of people all across the country wear purple to raise awareness of and stand up to
New York’s Second Circuit Court of Appeals has just ruled in the case of Windsor v. United States, which challenged section 3 of the so-called
BREAKING: TWO Condemns Anoka-Hennepin School District for Appointing Hate Group Member to Anti-Bullying Task Force
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Contact: John Becker, Director of Communications Phone: 920.265.6023 Email: email@example.com Truth Wins Out Condemns Anoka-Hennepin School District for
An Italian Catholic priest is making headlines on the Apennine Peninsula for coming out as gay last week, according to a report from Gay Star News. On