Cartoon Network, the popular television channel watched by millions of children, promoted LGBT pride month by using one of its widely popular shows to encourage fans to “stand proud."
The animated PBS series “Arthur” kicked off its 22nd season with a gay wedding. In an episode entitled “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone,” third grade teacher Mr. Ratburn marries a man as Arthur and his classmates look on.
Converse have announced that they have “partnered” with folks “connected to the LGBTQ+ community” to promote their new line of shoes known as the company’s “Pride Collection.”
Clark will be subject to arrest if any police officer has 'reasonable' grounds to believe that he's referred to his daughter as female in public or private.
Despite having voted last year to allow a Chick-fil-A restaurant at San Jose International Airport, the city council continues to seek ways to appease LGBTQ campaigners.
No, this isn't just some radical college course about the Bible. This is coming from the actual Church of Sweden.
British police arrested a mother in front of her children for calling a trans activist a man in an argument on Twitter, with a judge subsequently issuing an injunction banning her from referring to the person’s “former male identity”.
New Jersey is the second state to mandate that all public schools make their curriculum “LGBT and disability-inclusive.”
Nearly one in 50 US high school students considers themself transgender, and more than a third of those say they attempted suicide in the previous year, according to the first study of its kind by a government agency.
British pop star Will Young is due to read a story about same-sex parents on CBeebies, the BBC's children's channel, explaining that "inclusivity must start at youngest age possible".