Topics :: GLBT youth
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Oct 10, 2013
Trinity College’s Counseling Services is observing National Coming Out Day with an online resource guide that will help you determine, "Am I Gay?"
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Oct 2, 2013
A letter that was apparently written by a grandfather, who condemned his daughter’s decision to kick her son out of the house because he is gay, has gone viral after it was sent to the LGBT organization website, FCKH8.com.
By John Riley | Monday Sep 30, 2013
Advocates for at-risk LGBT youth will host a reception Oct. 8 to celebrate the formation of the Wanda Alston Foundation and the fifth anniversary of the founding of the Wanda Alston House.
By David Perry | Thursday Sep 19, 2013
A recently released study by the Urban Institute suggests that high school-aged LGBTQ youth face higher rates of abuse from their dating partners.
By Christiana Lilly | Wednesday Sep 18, 2013
While the LGBT Visitor Center in Miami Beach is primarily the center of the city’s tourism, its rainbow flags have also become a signal to gay teens living on the street that it’s a safe haven.
By Kalhan Rosenblatt | Tuesday Sep 10, 2013
"Tolerance," is Jackie Reale’s least favorite word. The Florida Gulf Coast University senior is on a mission to change the way people think of the word, she says, is often confused with acceptance.
By Christiana Lilly | Wednesday Aug 21, 2013
Up to 40 percent of homeless youth identify as LGBT, even though they represent only about 10 percent of the population, according to the National Coalition for the Homeless.
By Jason Parsley | Wednesday Aug 21, 2013
Prosecutors have hauled Kaitlyn Hunt back into court and revoked their plea deal, while adding a third felony to the list of charges that Hunt is facing. Hunt’s attorney released a response.
By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 29, 2013
The Treatment Action Group has teamed up with the Ali Forney Center to address the rising number of homeless LGBT youth with HIV.
Saturday Jul 13, 2013
A $1 million government grant will help homeless gay youths in New York state who’ve had run-ins with the law get their lives on track. The money from the state Department of Labor will fund job training and education.