The out pop star is giving it all to ‘Backpacks For The Street.’
Rather than being a quiet anti-consumer/industrial protest in solidarity with the earth, it’s actually just about people.
There’s a video currently making the rounds on the internet that highlights what many gay youth face when they come out to their families.
What’s the real story behind the men we pass on the street?
It was 1 a.m., three hours since I’d last felt my toes, and the four of us stood over a man who may have been dead …
Federal law protects homeless children from being kicked out of school.
They’re known as status offenders – youths who commit offenses that wouldn’t even be considered offenses but for their age: truancy, running away from home, curfew violations, alcohol or tobacco possession.
The number of homeless American youth has seen a steep increase in recent months. Here’s a look into the problem through the lens of Chicago’s homeless young males.
As a new report from the Center for American Progress details, LGBT people, especially LGBT youth, are at a far greater risk not only of winding up homeless, but being abused on the streets as well.
For LGBT children and young adults left without safe homes, life on the street is dangerous, and the future may seem bleak.
Study shows vulnerability of homeless youth to trafficking
Marcus Anderson, Fernando Garcia, and Steve Miramontes are three young men who know where they come from.
This is among the most terrible expressions of homophobia in our time.
“Love the sinner, hate the sin” is a cop out, says Christian Piatt. On the courage to love our gay neighbors.
What coming out stories share in common.