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UK Anglicans Issue Advice to Counter Anti-LGBT Bullying

UK Anglicans Issue Advice to Counter Anti-LGBT Bullying

Nov 13
The Church of England has issued new guidance to counter anti-LGBT bullying at its schools, telling teachers that children should be permitted to wear tutus, tiaras or superhero capes "without judgment or derision."

Charges Reduced for Gay Teen Who Killed His Bully

Charges Reduced for Gay Teen Who Killed His Bully

By Colton Wooten | Oct 28
A gay student is currently on trial for stabbing his classmate in self-defense. Abel Cedeno, 18, had second-degree murder charges reduced to manslaughter by a New York grand jury, reports Gay City News.

Four Reasons '1:54' is a Must-Watch Film

By Mikey Rox | Jul 15
Earlier this spring I attended the OUTshine LGBT film festival in Miami, and throughout the 10-day indie-flick extravaganza I caught a number of powerful, relatable and touching movies from across the globe.

Senate Defeats LGBT Student Nondiscrimination Amendment

By John Riley | Jul 19
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday evening defeated an amendment to an education bill that would have provided nondiscrimination and anti-bullying protections for LGBT children in schools.

Study: Gay, Bisexual Kids Bullied More, Even at Early Age

By Mike Stobbe | May 7
Gay and bisexual kids are more likely to be bullied as they're growing up - even at an early age, according to the first large U.S. study to look at the problem.

Family of Rutgers Student Receives Gay Pride Award

Aug 20
The mother and brother of an 18-year-old Rutgers University student who committed suicide days after his roommate publicized details of his relationship with another man have received a gay pride award.

After Gay Teen's Suicide, Tissue Donation Rejected Due to FDA Policy

By Winnie McCroy | Aug 14
Some of a dead gay teen's organs were not accepted for donation, thanks to a longstanding policy by the Food and Drug Administration barring certain tissue donations from men who have sex with men.

'Kidnapped for Christ' -- The Interview

By Gary M. Kramer | Jul 26
Kate Logan's investigative documentary was originally meant to be an evenhanded examination of Escuela Caribe, but when she captured institutional abuses on camera, she was compelled to take action. Executive Producer Mike C. Manning chats about the doc.

Anti-Bully Film Costs Florida Teacher His Job

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jun 29
Jeremy Rhoden, gay a teacher in Polatka, Fla., screened an anti-bullying film to his students at a February 20 school assembly. Parents and clergy condemned the film for attempting to "indoctrinate" children, and of "offending" God.

Gay D.C. Council Candidate Receives Possible Threat, Harrassment

By John Riley | Jun 7
An openly gay candidate for the D.C. Council has received a menacing letter filled with derogatory terms and a possible threat in his home mailbox and has been attacked by a fellow D.C. resident on Twitter.

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