Sixtysomethings Jewel Haines and Kay Brown had never been to a gay pride parade, but on Sunday, the friends from Philadelphia sat in folding chairs beneath a tree
The Attic Youth Center gleefully announced the headliner this week for its 20th anniversary gala.
The Attic Youth Center had a day out at the theater last week, and was given a behind-the-scenes chance to interact with the stars of visiting Broadway musical, “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.”
(New York, October 17, 2012)—Today, Lambda Legal announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind online and mobile resource for LGBTQ youth.
On a beautiful, sunny, fall morning in September, Jim Bryson’s friends and family gathered to celebrate Jim’s impact on and dedication to Philadelphia’s LGBT community as he prepar
Several-dozen participants at The Attic Youth Center spent this summer working on a new LGBT resource guide for area schools — which is now displayed on the organization’s newly revamped website.
A screenshot of the Attic Youth toolkit, which provides a range of easy-to-use resources for teachers, students, and community groups.
Six out of 10 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teens say they feel unsafe at school.
Caitlin Ryan and her colleagues at SF State's Family Acceptance Project (FAP) have spent more than a decade conducting groundbreaking research on how family support -- or the lack thereof -- can affect gay and transgender youth.