Trans student Grimm, whose court case was undermined by the withdrawal of federal guidelines on inclusivity, gets an award from the department's LGBT employee group.
A Georgia lawmaker who has called LGBT people 'pansies' and labeled them a 'hate group' turned his scorn to transgender students and supporters of federal guidelines on how to protect them in schools.
There’s finally a little justice in the world: This week Attorney General Eric Holder honored both a member of the Department of Justice and young high schoolers for standing up for the gay community. CONTINUED »
In March, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board, a case about transgender bathroom access. Gavin Grimm, the plaintiff—who has legally and medically transitioned from female to male—argu...
Groups that have championed the cause of LGBT students say the new guidelines go a long way toward protecting vulnerable children. read more