All posts tagged "youth"

  • Lending an Ear

    In the District, people talk about HIV/AIDS -- a lot. Of course, with a statistical profile that puts D.C. on par with sub-Saharan Africa when...

  • Playing Out

    At James Madison High School in Vienna, Va., being the gay member of an all-male swim team was ''rough'' enough, says Dan Martinelli. The feelings...

  • A Place to Call Home

    Two weeks before opening the District's first transitional home for homeless GLBT youth, Brian Watson is working on only four hours of sleep, consumed by...

  • Safety Patrol

    Daniel Hays still remembers what life was like in his native Jefferson City, Mo., before coming out in 2002. Hays, an Arlington resident and president...

  • Honoring our Allies

    As part of its 12th annual celebration, the Youth Pride Alliance is honoring three allies who have contributed to the well-being and growth of GLBTQ...

  • Events, Speakers, Entertainment, Booths

    List of Events Youth Pride Allies Reception Friday, April 25 7 p.m. Toutorsky Mansion 1720 16th St. NW Tickets: $25 21 and up only Youth...

  • The Youth Pride Board, Who We Are, Sponsors & Leadership

    Letter from the Youth Pride Alliance Board of Directors Welcome to the 12th Annual Youth Pride Day! For over a decade we have been honored...

  • Calling on Rhee

    Students at D.C.'s public high schools who identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual were four times more likely to attempt suicide over the past year,...

  • Lawrence King Vigil

    About 150 people gathered around the Dupont Circle fountain on Monday, Feb. 25, to light candles and sing, ''We are Gentle Angry People.'' Angry over...

  • Now Open

    The Concerned DC Providers Coalition, a group committed to improving the health of ''young transgender women of color and men of color who have sex...

  • After School Special

    At 18, Christopher Barnhill wasn't necessarily going through a ''tough time'' when he started hanging out at the Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League's after-school Youth...

  • Mixed Schoolbag

    Continuing her introduction to the District, the new chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), Michelle Rhee, cleared her calendar Monday night to...

  • Safety Monitor

    The transition from July to August coincides with the phrase ''back to school'' creeping back into the collective consciousness. But with kids not due back...

  • Safety first

    High school may be over for recent graduate Robin Greenwood, a lesbian from Dearborn, Mich., but she's not going to write off the four years...

  • Comprehensive Curriculum

    Eighth and 10th grade students in Montgomery County's public schools will embark on a controversial sexual- education curriculum this fall that includes discussion of sexual...

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