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Illinois Families Sue Over Transgender Access to Locker Room

By Michael Tarm | May 5
Dozens of families took legal action Wednesday in a bid to stop a suburban Chicago school district from allowing a transgender student to use a girls' locker room and restroom, arguing the policy trampled on the privacy rights of other students.

The Top 10 Caregiving Mistakes

Apr 29
Pamela D. Wilson shares her tips on being a good caregiver -- and some potential pitfalls to avoid.

Watch: Pat Robertson 'Reclaims' Feminism From Topless Radicals

By EDGE | Apr 27
Earlier this week, televangelist Pat Robertson heralded the efforts of conservative activists to 'reclaim' feminism as a conservative movement.

AIDS Walk and GMHC Ad Campaign Says 'Hate Is Not a NY Value'

By EDGE | Apr 26
AIDS Walk New York and Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) launched a subway ad campaign series titled "Hate is NOT a New York Value."

Couple in Chinese Marriage Case Speak Out

By Rhuaridh Marr | Apr 24
Sun and Hu started their legal process last year, on their first anniversary, and in the process became the country's first legal case regarding same-sex marriage.

'Families Are Forever' Designated Best Practices Against LGBT Suicide

By EDGE | Apr 21
The Family Acceptance Project's award-winning film "Families Are Forever" is now part of the only multi-media "Best Practice" resources for suicide prevention for LGBT youth.

Ala. Committee Votes to Let Child Care Providers Deny Services to Same-Sex Couples

Apr 14
Private adoption agencies in Alabama could turn away gay couples on religious grounds under a bill passed by a House Committee.

Months After Split, Instagram Gay Dads Announce New Baby

Apr 12
Instagram's popular gay dads Caleb Anthony and Kordale Lewis went through a nasty split last year, but it appears as though things between the couple are a lot better. So much so that the men announced they are expecting a new addition to their family.

Photography Book 'See Me' Changes Views of LGBT Homeless Youth

By EDGE | Apr 12
On April 14 at the Shinnyo Center on W. 36th Street in New York City, renowned photographer Alex Fradkin welcomes the community to the launch party for "See Me: Transforming the Lives on NYC's Homeless Youth."

Florida Teacher Suspended After Quizzing Students on Gender

Apr 12
A Tampa, Florida, middle school teacher has been suspended after parents complained that she polled students on personal information including their sexual orientation, gender identity and religion.

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