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Thursday, 19 January 2017

Trump Must Protect LGBTQ Americans From Hateful Domestic Ideology, Too

Trump Must Protect LGBTQ Americans From Hateful Domestic Ideology, Too
- The President-elect of course has been lauded by progressives on both sides of the aisle as the most LGBTQ-friendly presidential candidate in U.S. ...

18 Things You Can Do Right Now to Protect LGBTQ Rights Under Donald Trump

18 Things You Can Do Right Now to Protect LGBTQ Rights Under Donald Trump
- Hundreds of LGBTQ organizations and leaders around the country have joined the fight to protect the progress we've achieved, not only for marriage ...

Cailtyn Jenner thinks the Republican Party needs help with LGBTQ issues

Cailtyn Jenner thinks the Republican Party needs help with LGBTQ issues
- Jenner took to Twitter on Wednesday to share her opinions on the Republicans and LGBTQ issues and was faced with a plethora of responses.

Prison abolition organization gets students involved in pen pal system with LGBTQ inmates

Prison abolition organization gets students involved in pen pal system with LGBTQ inmates
- Eddie Willis, member of Black and Pink's Chicago branch, speaks to students about LGBTQ prisoners and the organization's penpal system. The event ...

Child and Youth Advocate launches special report on LGBTQ youth

Child and Youth Advocate launches special report on LGBTQ youth
- Child and Youth Advocate launches special report on LGBTQ youth. Report responds to complaints of stigma and harassment in child welfare and ...

5 LGBTQ advances President Obama gave to us that even Trump can't destroy

5 LGBTQ advances President Obama gave to us that even Trump can't destroy
- It's because, in his no-drama way, Obama reshaped the conversation about LGBTQ equality. He settled some long-standing problems and pushed the ...

For LGBTQ Americans, Resistance Is Not Futile

For LGBTQ Americans, Resistance Is Not Futile
- Hardly. As we each reflect on the years ahead, the post-election mood among many LGBT people and our loved ones and allies ranges from seething anger to disempowering dismay. Along with most other minorities in America, the prospect of this new Administration taking up the reins of power across the federal government—and similarly hostile leaders in many state governments—raises important questions about protecting fundamental civil and human rights. While Trump himself has seemed equivocal on LGBT equality, he has filled his Cabinet and West Wing with anti-LGBT extremists, demonized other minorities, and disdained the democratic norms that serve to protect vulnerable groups.

Create an LGBTQ Commission: It takes a village to forge a better quality of life for ...

Create an LGBTQ Commission: It takes a village to forge a better quality of life for ...
- Three months after Mayor Steve Adler announced plans to create an LGBTQ Quality of Life Commission during October's Hate Crime Summit, the first ...

Using mental health care lowers risk for teen depression

Using mental health care lowers risk for teen depression
- Using mental health services in adolescence significantly decreases risk for depression in late adolescence, according to recent findings.

Bernie Sanders Said America Is Not a Compassionate Country. The Numbers Say He's Right.

Bernie Sanders Said America Is Not a Compassionate Country. The Numbers Say He's Right.
- "No we are not a compassionate society," Sanders said, pointing to the rate of child poverty and to the fact that so many "older workers have nothing ...

The Dark Side of American Optimism

The Dark Side of American Optimism
- As a result, Americans are less likely to support large federal anti-poverty programs—programs that would actually help the American Dream become ...

America must deal with the scourge of child poverty

America must deal with the scourge of child poverty
- As income inequality expands,” he writes, “kids from more privileged ... “Because of growing class segregation in America, fewer and fewer successful ...

Should My Slightly Sick Child Stay Home? The Rules Often Conflict

Should My Slightly Sick Child Stay Home? The Rules Often Conflict
- And even a short-lived fever in an otherwise healthy-seeming child over 6 months old is not a reason to call Mom or Dad or require a physician visit.

Get more sleep. Yes, you. And your child, too.

Get more sleep. Yes, you. And your child, too.
- I get it: You’re busy with your own schedule and your kids’ schedules and next thing you know, it’s 10 p.m. and you’ve still got 25 tasks to check off the daily to-do list before you can even think about hitting the sack. Oh, and your kids are too wound up from their basketball and soccer games tonight that they, too, are not asleep yet, even though it’s an hour past their bedtime.

Optometric physicians on the front lines of child health, well-being

Optometric physicians on the front lines of child health, well-being
- Today, one in four U.S. children has an undiagnosed vision problem, which can lead to everything from chronic headaches to difficulty in school or ...

Questions about teen depression

Questions about teen depression
- According to analysts from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, incidences of adolescent depression have grown by 37 percent in ...