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GLAAD Leads Spirit Day, Supporting Gay Youth Against Bullying

By EDGE | Oct 19
On Thursday, October 20, 2016, millions of Americans and citizens throughout the world will wear purple on Spirit Day in a stand against bullying and in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) youth.

Do We Have Vaccination Amnesia?

Oct 18
Dr. Bill Miller shares his concerns on how the anti-vaccination effort may make us susceptible to dangerous infectious diseases.

Cheyenne Jackson & Husband Welcome Twins, Post Adorable Pics

Oct 12
Cheyenne Jackson and his husband, Broadway star Jason Landau, took to Instagram over the weekend to announce they've become fathers, welcoming a pair of twins.

PopUps: Adele Takes Adorable Selfie With Gay Dads & Son

Oct 6
Adele is the pop star of the people.

Court Says Unmarried Gay Woman Can Seek Full Parental Rights

By Denise Lavoie | Oct 4
The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that an unmarried gay woman whose former girlfriend gave birth to two children through in vitro fertilization has the same parental rights as their biological mother.

Danger! Survey Shows Your Child's Lunchbox Could Be a Bacteria Breeding Ground

Oct 4
Millions of children could be marching off to school every day with their lunchboxes packed with fruit, sandwiches... and harmful bacteria, according to a shocking new study.

Lawsuit Reveals Lack of Oversight at Sperm Banks

Oct 4
With an increasing number of same-sex couples deciding to have children, many seek reproductive help. One option is sperm banks, a sector estimated to earn about $88 million.

Ariz. Family Says Neighbor Sent Hateful Note Over Gay Pride, Mexican Flag

Oct 3
A family from Scottsdale, Ariz. said they received a hateful note from a neighbor who apparently took issue with the gay Pride/Mexican flag that hangs on their porch.

Transgender Teen's Mother Suing Hospital for Discriminating Against Her Son

By John Riley | Oct 1
The mother of a transgender teenage boy who committed suicide after being released early from a children's hospital is suing that hospital for discriminating against her son.

The Trevor Project Empowers All to Connect, Communicate, and Care for Suicide Prevention Month

By EDGE | Sep 27
During National Suicide Prevention Month this September, The Trevor Project is using various forms of digital media to engage with hundreds of thousands of people about the many ways they can make a difference in the lives of LGBTQ youth.

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