A new survey shows that 64% of California students are bullied. It’s way too much! State legislators have therefore introduced a bill to provide teacher training and funds to school districts to develop anti-bullying tools for LGBTQ+ students.
Stephen F. Austin High School in Texas replaced the homecoming king and queen by a homecoming royalty group to be more inclusive. A decision that is not unanimous among LGBT students.
Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, Ephraim Mirvis, wants to end homophobia. He calls on all schools to protect LGBTQ students.
This is good news for the transgender community in Minnesota since the Department of Education has decided to fight bullying of LGBTQ students by approving a new toolkit. This will allow all public and charter schools to welcome non-binary students under the best conditions.
The Point Foundation is an organization that allows many LGBTQ students to continue their education through scholarships. This year, 52 students will benefit from this financial assistance.
Last year, we rejoiced to learn that Vietnam had legalized marriage equality, but despite the abolition of the ban on marriage equality by the government, the Vietnamese LGBT community is affected by acts of discrimination and bullying in schools, and this is very worrying.
The government of Puerto Rico will change the rules in terms of clothing in schools and will allow students to wear pants or skirts as they please, regardless of their gender.
California's state colleges and universities plan to ask students about their sexuality on their application or enrollment forms. Even if this poll can develop better services for LGBTQ students, certain gay activists worry about the privacy of these data.