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The family of Nigel Shelby, a 14-year-old gay Black youth who committed suicide due to relentless bullying, is suing Huntsville City Schools.
Critics worry denying care will increase youths' feelings of depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation
A study recently published in a journal published by the American Medical Association finds that sexual minority veterans are at increased risk of suicide mortality....
Legislation establishing dedicated 988 hotline number becomes first LGBTQ-inclusive bill to pass both chambers on unanimous votes.
Advocates and relatives of 26-year-old Ashley Moore dispute coroner's findings, claiming she had strangle marks on her neck
Online petition alleges that Tete Gulley was not suicidal and urges Portland police to probe deeper into her death
LGB adults who have experienced conversion therapy are twice as likely to think about suicide as their peers
Transgender and nonbinary youth report higher instances of discrimination, threats, and physical harm
Channing Smith took his own life after texts outing him as LGBTQ were posted to social media
Motion seeks to ensure data is collected and can be used to shape policies to better protect at-risk LGBTQ people
Maurice Willoughby went viral after defending his trans girlfriend online
Owens Cross Roads police chief says Jeff Graves "deserves a second chance"
Alexander Strain shines in the brilliantly interactive solo play "Every Brilliant Thing"
National survey by The Trevor Project finds more than 7 in 10 LGBTQ youth experience discrimination due to their identity
Those close to Dante Austin, who took his own life, believe he was struggling with depression prior to his death