Tile IX is a law that passed in 1972. It requires gender equality for boys and girls in any educational program that receives money from the federal government. In 2014, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, determined that the law also bars discrimination on the basis of gender identity, which many have seen as a way to offer greater protections to transgender students.
More and more teens are talking to parents about important issues in their lives including their sexual orientations and gender identities. Here are some tips for getting to that place!
Some music is sexist and homophobic, but it is possible to find socially conscious music that you'll get into and which won't make you cringe when you hear it!
Despite very serious issues like LGBT teen homelessness, anti-gay bullying, substance use and continued HIV risk, I would argue that for a whole host of reasons, it is easier to be a queer teen today than it was at any other time.
Teens across the United States whose schools either don't teach sex education or which provide abstinence-only education are being denied important information about their sexuality. If you are in such a situation and want to effect serious change, check out these ideas for what you can do.
There are a lot of benefits to having other queer friends for LGBT teens. Here's how to go about making some.
A teen whose mom believes he choose to be gay asks for advice.
You know what is one of the most upsetting things? Coming out to a parent and then having that parent tell you you have "chosen" to be gay when you know in your
There are a lot of reasons LGBT teens have older boyfriends and girlfriends, but this isn't always a great idea.
Lots of adults date people ten (or more) years older than them, and that is considered socially acceptable. But things are different for teens, both