Avoid these at all costs.
Researchers say the safety of queer students is more critical than ever.
The school says it no longer wants to be exempt from Title IX.
Campus Pride says students should have the right to join the influential single-sex organizations.
After much discussion and careful consideration, Campus Pride has decided not to move Camp Pride from Charlotte this July. To address the safety concerns, we are taking pro-active measures to hold the camp at a private conference center or a college with LGBTQ inclusive policies and practices in place. Gender inclusive restrooms will be the standard regardless of the HB 2 law.
I woke up this morning, and the first thought I had was about the people I bonded with at Camp Pride. The camp is a 5 day opportunity for LGBTQ college students and Allies to talk about social justice and bond with each other.
Making a decision about which college to attend is scary -- being a member of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender
#IStandwithAndraya Petition Calls for Central Piedmont Community College to Take Action for Trans Inclusion and Safety
This weekend Campus Pride launched an #IStandwithAndraya national petition drive calling on Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) to apologize to transgender student Andraya Williams and to take immediate steps to ensure trans inclusion and safety.
The Hobby Lobby Contraception Case and the Rights of LGBT Individuals: Beware the Insidiousness of the Far Right
Some individuals claim to want people to have rights such as marriage-equality, and then at the same time attempt to create a legal loophole for discrimination to thwart full equality for LGBT people.
As part of the branding process of "LGBT-friendly" undergone by the universities taking part in Campus Pride's Index, universities
Though LGBT equality and acceptance have seen huge gains in recent years, queer youth are still bullied and mistreated for
Take a look at a selection of statistics from the report below: Campus Pride's 2012 LGBTQ National College Athlete Report
Here on The Huffington Post, Shane Windmeyer wrote a piece about becoming friends with Dan Cathy, the president and COO of Chick-fil-A. I was going to respond in the comments section, but I quickly realized that I had lots more than 250 words to say.
I spent New Year's Eve at the red-blooded, all-American epicenter of college football: at the Chick-fil-A Bowl, next to Dan Cathy, as his personal guest. It was among the most unexpected moments of my life.