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A new study from Yale University and Oregon Health and Science University looks at how doctor’s prejudices toward LGBT patients change during medical school.

Afterschool Program Aims To Help LGBT Youth On LI

Mar 14, 2019
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The LGBT Network on Long Island will offer a new afterschool program for LGBT youth to prepare them for their future.

Stony Brook Hosts LGBT Conference

Mar 13, 2019
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Over 600 people gathered at Stony Brook University for Long Island’s only LGBT-specific conference. The meeting aims to empower and educate members of the community to address the needs of LGBT people.

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Connecticut’s high school athletic conference says it stands by two transgender runners who won statewide awards.

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This week Massachusetts voted to protect the rights of transgender people in their state. This comes after a leaked memo from the Department of Health and Human Services said the Trump administration wants to narrow the definition of sex. Raven Matherne, Connecticut’s first openly transgender elected official, explained how this would deny rights to healthcare for millions like her.