Friendship Place's symposium, "Young, LGBTQ and Homeless," takes place on Wednesday, April 19
LGBTQ students must often look elsewhere to find information lacking from traditional sex ed classes
"Youth Invasion" is the aptly named first full-fledged concert
Even if they're on hormones, transgender youth need to be aware of possible pregnancy risk
How Youth Pride Day got its start -- and why it's here to stay
Homeless LGBT youth are turning to sex work and other illegal trades in order to survive.
"A safe sex emoji will empower to talk openly about protection."
Mayor Muriel Bowser signed into law a bill that requires teachers and administrators to receive ongoing training on the warning signs and risk factors for...
Colorado bills mirrors measures prohibiting attempts at sexual orientation change efforts that have passed in four states and the District of Columbia
Councilmember David Grosso on Tuesday introduced a bill aimed at ensuring all school-based personnel to receive sufficient training on youth suicide prevention and intervention, with...
Cardozo becomes the second local public high school to hold its own pride event
— Penny Nance, of Concerned Women for America, speaking on American Family Radio’s Today’s Issues about the Girl Scouts decision to accept transgender youth. Right Wing Watch...
Youth Pride Saturday, May 2, 2015 (rain date May 9) Noon to 5 p.m. Dupont Circle, Washington, DC youthpridedc.org Letter From the Youth Pride Day...
The Next Generation Awards 2015
How outreach to LGBT youth can save lives when society fails