Jerome Hunt explains how gay-straight alliances can help improve the school environment for gay and transgender students.
Jerome Hunt argues that the broad embrace of measures to prevent bullying against gay and transgender youth hastens the day when schools are finally safe places for all students.
Melissa Dunn and Jeff Krehely explain why Congress needs to incorporate gay and transgender youth into the act when it comes up for reauthorization next year.
Issue Brief Melissa Dunn and Jeff Krehely give an overview of gay and transgender homelessness and how to address the problem in light of a White House conference on the topic today.
Black gay and transgender youth are especially vulnerable to bullying and harassment, writes Danielle Moodie-Mills. Congress needs to pass laws that are inclusive of the needs and safety of all students.
Issue Brief Mark Hines and Jeff Krehely detail why far-reaching federal legislation is needed to protect students, especially LGBT students, from bullying in schools.
Jeff Krehely examines a new report that details the consequences of bullying among gay and transgender youth that extends well into adulthood, and the legislation that could stop it.
New legislation from Sen. John Kerry calls for services and support for gay and transgender homeless youth and their families.
CAP event examines the importance of family support for LGBT youth and their well-being.
Issue Brief Jerome Hunt examines what state and local school boards, state legislatures, and the federal government are doing about antigay bullying.
Report New research highlights the importance of family in the lives and health of LGBT youth, write Shannon Minter and Jeff Krehely.
Report Carlos Maza and Jeff Krehely's recommendations to Health and Human Services to improve the ability of the primary care system to adequately meet the mental health needs of LGBT youth.
Report David Wagner examines the lack of resources for the largest and fastest growing group of American youth without a home—lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender young people.