YGA is a bimonthly magazine for LGBT youth launched in December 2004. The magazine has the distinction of being the only publication for all LGBT and questioning youth, as opposed to the male-only XY magazine. The magazine is an offshoot of Young Gay America, a non-profit organization founded by Benjie Nycum and Michael Glatze in 2001. The magazine is respected as a resource by high school and public libraries, youth groups, counsellors and parents. Many look at the launch of YGA as a sign that the LGBT youth movement is beginning to take shape.

Michael Glatze left YGA in 2007 after declaring he was no longer gay and is now in opposition to the movement.[1]

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  1. Michael Glatze. "How a 'gay rights' leader became straight", WorldNetDaily, July 3, 2007. 

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