Transgender Rights Bill Awaits Final Vote in House

A transgender rights bill passed through the Senate. But will it pass through the House? The House will issue a final vote on the proposed measure in just a few days.

LGBT Athletes Often Overlooked at High School Level

Maryland high schools and policymakers are trying to learn more about LGBT athletes to create a safer environment for them and students of all sexual orientations.

Former Terps Stand Up for Gay Rights Leading Up to Olympics

Two former University of Maryland athletes are at the center of the fight against the anti-gay laws that have been put in place by Russian president Vladimir Putin as the 2014 Sochi Olympics approach.

Fan Controversy Over Orioles’ Support of Spirit Day

Things got ugly on the Orioles’ Facebook page when the team honored an advocacy group’s anti-bullying campaign by celebrating a purple-themed Spirit Day for the second time in league history.

Mean Words Spark Campaign to Prompt Students to Mind Their Language

“That’s so gay… That’s retarded:” Phrases like these are the target of the University of Maryland’s Inclusive Language Campaign, launched in fall to remind students to be aware that their everyday language can be highly offensive.

Maryland Couple Invites the Internet to Their Same-Sex Wedding

Two weeks before the election, Elkridge resident Chris Riley took to Reddit to invite anyone who voted for the same-sex marriage referendum to his wedding ceremony in Maryland.

Baltimore Church Accepts LGBTs, Supports Same-Sex Marriage

Reconciling Works is a Lutheran ministry that openly welcomes and accepts members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.