With the fall semester underway, we’re beginning to see a lot of changes here at Youth Pride Inc.
Going back to school is tough. Readjusting to a packed schedule, extra-curricular activities, and new friends can be a source of stress for anyone, but using the correct bathroom should not be.
We are often unsure of how to help the unsupported LGBTQ teens and kids we know are hurting. This is a way you can help them.
No Bully, a San Francisco non-profit organization combating bullying in schools, is implementing its program in Pawtucket public schools.
Youth Pride Inc. (YPI) is partnering up with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State (BBBSOS) to start an LGBTQQ Youth Mentoring program.
hildren have the right to be protected from discrimination based on race, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity or expression, but this language had been left out of the Children’s Bill of Rights
Lumberjanes: Volume 1 is perfect for elementary school-age girls (and boys) everywhere, and for us grownup Lumberjanes as well.
From wearing pasties in public, to her outlandish live performances, 22-year-old former Disney Channel singer Miley Cyrus says she is just being herself and thinks that everyone deserves the same opportunity. Because of this, Cyrus is launching a charity called the Happy Hippie Foundation to help homeless and LGBT youth throughout the nation. In a phone […]
The annual Born This Way Prom has been gaining popularity thanks to its founder and champion, Pam Goff.
Youth and families will enjoy programming especially for them in a greater capacity than ever before at this year’s RI PrideFest.