Bruins have long sought to make UCLA a more inclusive environment for people of all genders and sexual and romantic orientations. Now, those efforts are accelerating.
Difficulties in finding providers and getting timely care are particularly acute among bisexual women and transgender adults.
Now in its 24th year at UCLA, the event has flourished and spread to other universities.
UCLA’s archive of the groundbreaking newsmagazine provides historical context and understanding.
The scholarship and equity funds are in memory of alumnus Matthew Palazzolo.
Kathryn O’Neill of UCLA's Williams Institute discusses how pre-existing health conditions, poverty and discrimination create a volatile mix.
Since 2005, the archive has partnered with Outfest to preserve transgender stories of struggle as the group continues to face inadequate legal protections, stigma and violence.
Sociology professor Abigal Saguy explores the history of this term, from the earliest days of the gay rights movement, to today, when it has been adopted by other movements.
His best known work — the groundbreaking novel “City of Night” — redefined writing about the gay community. Rechy will receive the award Oct. 24.
UCLA-led analysis of U.S. Transgender Survey showed that 40% of respondents have attempted suicide at some point in their lives.
Vanessa Warri is working to make sure people from marginalized and oppressed groups have a voice in the research and policies that affect their communities.
The program will train future primary care physicians to help ensure they are able to address the physical and mental health care needs of people who are LGBTQ.
All four UCLA hospitals were recognized for a commitment to LGBTQ-centered care.
Q&A with UCLA’s Adam Romero and co-author Abbie Goldberg about their new book on marriage dissolution.
The event, to be held Oct. 10 at Royce Hall, will be part of the Luskin Lecture Series, which fosters public discussion on issues related to the betterment of society.
The UCLA study looks at differences in access to care, behaviors that negatively affect health and health problems that can result from those behaviors, based on people’s sexual orientation.
This event will provide staff and faculty with ways to support LGBTQ people on campus.
Findings from the study conducted by the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law are from the 32-year U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Study.
Sequoia Thompson, 33, graduates this month with a degree in psychology and a minor in LGBTQ studies. Her goal is to become a clinical psychologist and work with queer black youth.
Having this information would help policymakers, researchers and advocates understand the needs of this population and design effective policies and programs.
All four UCLA hospitals and the Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center were lauded by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation for equitable, inclusive care.
Former military analyst who was jailed for sharing classified documents with WikiLeaks spoke to 1,000 at Royce Hall and then later met with students.
Study by the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law contains first estimates of youth at risk of undergoing the practice health organizations say is harmful.
Friend-of-the-Court briefs say Colorado wedding cake maker cannot refuse same-sex couple on First Amendment grounds.
As the interdisciplinary program celebrates 20 years of scholarship and advocacy, chair Alicia Gaspar de Alba charts a path of continued growth.