Join Team Purple in the Fight Against Bullying
On October 17th we often hear calls to “Go Purple!” These calls are not cheers for a favorite football or baseball team whose color is
Creating Safer Schools: The Stonewall National Education Project
Children with parents who are LGBT, or who identify as LGBT themselves, continue to face bullying, harassment and discrimination at school. Schools shouldn’t be a
Building Family Equality in Every Classroom
Parents can engage with their children’s schools in a variety of ways to help ensure a safe, supportive learning environment for their children. This list
A Mosaic Portrait of the Red State/Blue State Divide
For some LGBT families Family Week in Provincetown, MA is life changing – the first time they’ve had a chance to connect with other LGBT
Showing Pride In My Family
It was a school project that became a teachable moment about being proud of your family- not just for my kids, but also for me.
‘Going Stealth’: A Story of Injustice And Hope From The Father Of A Trans Child
In the fight to end LGBT discrimination, children still remain especially vulnerable to the speech and actions of those who wish to hold onto hate.
Louisiana University’s LGBT Studies Minor Under Attack
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) recently introduced a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender studies minor into its curriculum. This voluntary set of classes
From Bullied Gay Teen to Anti-Bullying Activist: Why I Decided to Make a Difference
How would you react to a bully? Would you go to school officials? What if you noticed the bullying was a much larger epidemic; would
Connor Ferguson, Transgender Prom Queen, Takes The Crown In Trenton, Ontario
A high school is not usually the place where the norms of gender expression and identity are challenged. In the struggle for acceptance, many teens
The 11 Most Pro-LGBT U.S. Representatives: Is Yours On The List?
Does your representative defend LGBT rights? ThinkProgress identified the eleven most pro-LGBT U.S. representatives and compiled them into the following informative list. Use this information
New Law Backs Transgender Residents
In many states, transgender rights are slow to come by. While differences in sexual orientation may be protected from discrimination, gender identity is often left
Today in D.C.: The Youth Bullying Prevention Act is Signed into Law!
Today, Washington, D.C. took a momentous stand against bullying. On Friday June 22nd, Mayor Vincent C. Gray signed into law the Youth Bullying Prevention Act