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  • One LGBT School’s Effort to Stop Bullying Starts Young
    It was 2007 when Christian Zsilavetz, a math teacher, started volunteering with a parents’ support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youths at Seattle’s Children’s Hospital.

  • Goa minister does flip flop on LGBT cure centres
    Panaji, March 27 (IANS) Two months after Goa Sports Minister Ramesh Tawadkar announced plans to establish centres to cure LGBT youth with medication, he has officially denied any such plans. In a written reply tabled on Friday during the budget session of the Goa legislative assembly, Tawadkar said Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) youth were identified as a target group in the newly ...

  • Meet the Evangelical Pastor Who Fought LGBT Progress in North Carolina
    Charlotte, North Carolina, is mourning the deaths of two transgender teenagers—Blake Brockington and Ash Haffner—in less than a month. One man who made it his personal mission to squash the proposal was the Rev. Philip “Flip” Benham, an evangelical Christian minister who leads an antiabortion group called Operation Save America. In 2011, Benham was convicted of stalking a local abortion doctor ...

  • End-of-life planning website launched for LGBT seniors
    The recognition of LGBT rights may have come a long way in Vancouver and other parts of Canada, but many queer seniors still face discrimination when it comes to end-of-life care, says one B.C. gerontology expert. Simon Fraser University gerontology professor Gloria Gutman and a colleague recently launched LGBT End-of-Life Conversations, a website that helps seniors in Vancouver, Edmonton ...

  • LGBT group joins NYC St. Patrick’s Day parade
    History was made on Tuesday at the St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City, as the first LGBT group was permitted to march up Fifth Avenue. Members of Out, a small group made up of NBCUniversal employees, marched as approved participants in the festivities, and while the inclusion was seen as a victory for the LGBT community, many feel that it was a small victory at best.

  • St. Patrick’s Day Parades Included Some LGBT Groups But Not All
    Rainbow flags waved brightly alongside four-leaf clovers and other Irish emblems in both New York City and Boston to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year. Although Massachussetts and New York were early adopters of gay marriage, 2015 marks the first year that LGBT community members can openly participate in both St. Patrick’s Day parades. To be more exact, a few select LGBT groups were invited ...

  • St. Patrick's Day parade: LGBT inclusion hints at shifting Catholic mores
    For the first time on Tuesday, New York’s St. Paddy’s Day parade, the city’s grandest of them all in many ways, included a group of gay and lesbian New Yorkers marching up 5th Avenue amid the familiar annual flow of proud-to-be-Irish green. For years, the city’s famous march, held for more than 250 years and celebrating the Irish-Catholic heritage so strong among its police and firefighters ...

  • Star Wars gets its first official LGBT character added to canon
    The Star Wars universe is getting its first LGBT character added to the official canon with the release of author Paul S. Kemp's upcoming novel Lords of the Sith, Big Shiny Robot reports. Lords of the Sith editor Shelly Shapiro first spoke about Moff Mors' introduction to the Star Wars universe on the Full of Sith podcast, stating: "This is certainly the first [LGBT] character in canon. There's ...

  • Things to know about the Utah LGBT anti-discrimination bill
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah lawmakers, LGBT activists and officials with the Utah-based Mormon church released a landmark bill this week that blends discrimination protections for gay and transgender people and protections for the religious.

  • Police discrimination against U.S. LGBT community pervasive: report
    By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Law enforcement agencies in the United States regularly discriminate against and harass lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, according to researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles. LGBT people of color and members of the transgender community were most targeted by police officers, according to a report ...

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