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PFLAG's "Holding Families Together" 4 part series

Holding Families Together looks at social problems that result when parents reject their LGBT sons and daughters. Teens that come out are more likely to become homeless and turn to drugs, prostitution and crime. When rejected, these gay, lesbian and transgender teens become depressed and suicidal. Many problems are avoided, however, when young people receive the support they need.

SDSU production selected for Kennedy Center festival

The SDSU School of Theatre, Television and Film’s September production of Dear Harvey will participate in the Southwest Regional Finals for the Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) being held in St. George, Utah in early February.

Queer, brown and proud / Con orgullo gay latino

“Finally, out of LA!” I thought while driving up north to join dozens of other LGBT Latinos in California’s Central Valley.

Tony Campolo's Story of a Gay Son

Tony Campolo shares a heart-rending story of a mother's love for her gay son and ends with his own take on the alienating cliche, "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin"

An idea whose time has come

Immigration Equality is proud to be partnering with Change.org for a new campaign, Ideas for Change in America, that highlights the building momentum for change in our country.

The American Prayer Hour website is launched

TruthWinsOut.org is about to embark on a historic mission to stop persecution of LGBT people in Uganda and we want you to be a key part of our vision.

The work goes on; the cause endures

In the wake of Tuesday’s election in Massachusetts, we have seen a lot of speculation – both inside the Beltway and around the country – about what the results in the Bay State will mean for the national political agenda.