Spelman College will begin admitting transgender female students during the 2018 – 2019 school year. The announcement came in a Sept. 5 letter to students, faculty and staff from President Mary Schmidt Campb...
In just a few months, transwomen will learn whether or not they will be able to apply to Spelman College. The college’s Board of Trustees is expected to take a vote at the end of this fiscal year, according to ...
LGBT alumni and students at Atlanta’s Emory University won’t back down from their call to kick Chick-fil-A out of campus dining, despite a national gay activist’s revelation that he has formed a friendship with Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy.
Shane Windmeyer, executive director of national group Campus Pride, drew headlines with his Jan. 28 column posted on Huffington Post, “Dan and Me: My Coming Out as a Friend of Dan Cathy and Chick-fil-A.”
Windmeyer wrote that “after months of personal phone calls, text messages and in-person meetings,” including attending the Chick-fil-A bowl with Cathy on New Year’s Eve in Atlanta, he now considers Cathy a friend.
A recent study conducted on the access to HIV/AIDS services for gay men and men who have sex with men has found a continued global disparity between men in poor countries and those in wealthy countries.
The study, which can be read here, was conducted by Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF) and interviewed 5,779 men from 165 countries.
Only one-third of men who were surveyed said that condoms were easily available while 36 percent of those surveyed reported easy access to HIV testing and 42 percent reported easy access to HIV treatments.
Outcry over LGBT rights heats up at Emory after LGBT student groups speak out