November 20th is the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance and is an important day for GSAs to bring attention to the violence transgender and gender non-conforming people face every day.
It’s official! In September, GSA Hawai’i joined the National Association of GSA Networks, making them the newest member of 33 networks.
Until recently, California law required sex education classes to discuss abstinence from sexual intercourse - this approach focused specifically on heterosexual abstinence and pregnancy prevention and excluded LGBTQ youth.
Where can you learn about the school-to-prison pipeline, watch awesome performance artists, attend a workshop on trans inclusion in sports, and meet some amazingly courageous LGBTQ youth activists? Mississippi, of course!
GSA Network’s Safe and Healthy LGBT Youth Project team just returned from exciting meetings in Atlanta, GA with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) where they convened with other CDC funded organizations such as Advocates for Youth, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network
Aside from blasting “Born This Way” over your PA system for today’s LGBT History Month icon, Lady Gaga, we have a few ideas for how you can celebrate LGB
GSA Network is thrilled to introduce the five new National Association of GSA Networks Steering Committee members who will bring a variety of experience, energy and fresh ideas to the national GSA movement. This year’s Steering Committee members are from all corners and middle of the country, including Colorado, Pennsylvania, Arizona, California and New York.
It's bad enough when principals try to block a Gay-Straight Alliance from forming in their school, but one principal in Tennessee allegedly took his hostility towards LGBT youth further: he verbally and physically assaulted a student for supporting a GSA club.