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A research brief from The Trevor Project finds that LGBTQ youths are less likely to play sports due to fear of being bullied or harassed.
California will launch a pilot program to train coroners and medical examiners how to collect LGBTQ data on the victims of violent deaths.
The Trevor Project has named Lil Nas X as its inaugural Suicide Prevention Advocate of the Year for his LGBTQ and suicide prevention advocacy.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has signed an executive order to make his state the 21st to ban the practice of conversion therapy on minors.
Carl Nassib, a defensive end for the Las Vegas Raiders, came out in an Instagram video, making him the first openly gay active NFL player.
A new rule in North Dakota bars social workers from practicing conversion therapy on their clients, deeming it an ethics violation.
The Department of Education has said that transgender students have the right to be protected from sex discrimination under federal law.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers issued an order earlier this month prohibiting taxpayer funds from being used to pay for conversion therapy.
YouTube and The Trevor Project will co-host two global livestream events to raise money to combat LGBTQ youth suicide for Pride Month.
Alabama has become the fourth state to bar transgender athletes from competing in sports based on their gender identity.
Arkansas lawmakers have overridden their own governor's veto of a bill barring transgender youth from accessing gender-affirming treatments.
South Dakota's governor signed two executive orders seeking to ban trans female athletes from competing in girls' and women's sports.
Arkansas is poised to become the first state to penalize doctors who prescribe gender-affirming medical treatments to trans youth.
Tennessee becomes third state barring transgender youth from competing in sports based on their gender identity.
A coalition of 16 LGBTQ organizations has launched the Freedom and Opportunity for All campaign urging passage of the Equality Act