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LGBT issues

Year in review: A roundup on LGBT asylum and refugees

LGBT people fleeing persecution, violence and discrimination in their homelands find few sympathetic ears in destination countries around the world, but some progress is made on asylum issues in a few nations.

Year in review: SDGLN looks at the top stories of 2011

The movement to gain full equality takes major steps forward, both in California and around the United States, and shows progress on a global scale. Still, setbacks indicate that much work still needs to be done.

GLAAD's Religion & Faith Roundup

How are America's faith treating their LGBT flock? Read Ross Murray's weekly summary on GLAAD's Religion, Faith & Values blog.

West Virginia state school board OKs anti-bullying policy

For the first time in state history, gay and lesbian students will be expressly protected from school bullying after the West Virginia Board of Education unanimously adopted a new anti-bullying policy Wednesday.