Archive for October 2012
A new study finds that high-risk children adopted from foster care do equally well when raised by gay, lesbian, or heterosexual parents. The study was conducted by UCLA psychologists in the first multi-year study of children adopted by these three groups.
A new survey examining the distribution of the American LGBT population finds that 3.4% of U.S. adults self-identify as LGBT.
Millions of LGBT advocates are expected to wear the color purple on Friday to commemorate Spirit Day, which is designed to honor anti-gay bullying victims nationwide.
A group that specifically works with dozens of Black Pride events both at home and abroad is expanding its mission to include other areas of interest to the African-American LGBT community.
A straight Tennessee man is ‘coming out’ with a new memoir about his year-long social experiment on living life as a gay American.
LGBT anti-violence advocates say intimate-partner homicides in the gay community are way up this year compared to last–and that federal domestic violence laws need to change so they include gay and transgender victims. Read the rest of this entry »