Op-ed: A New Plan to Get Your Senator's Attention on ENDA

Op-ed: A New Plan to Get Your Senator's Attention on ENDA

A coalition of LGBT advocacy groups and allies plan to spend $2 million to lobby for ENDA, but Americans need to win the war at home.

Op-ed: What to Tell Republicans About ENDA

Op-ed: What to Tell Republicans About ENDA

Whether ENDA passes in Congress this session depends on being able to win over Republican votes, and one worry seems to be weighing heavily on their minds.

Op-ed: Is This Video Too Gay for Virginia?

Op-ed: Is This Video Too Gay for Virginia?

The Advocate created a mock attack ad and included a same-sex kiss, but some of you thought that would turn off more voters than the antigay rhetoric.

Op-ed: When It's More Than a Flag, It's a Feeling

Op-ed: When It's More Than a Flag, It's a Feeling

What happens when you stand on a busy street corner and wave a rainbow flag?

Op-ed: Why Cindy McCain Really Is a 'Hero'

Op-ed: Why Cindy McCain Really Is a 'Hero'

The Trevor Project will honor the famous Republican with its Hero Award tonight because of her advocacy on behalf of LGBT people.

Op-ed: Science Is No Substitute for a Civil Rights March

Op-ed: Science Is No Substitute for a Civil Rights March

We don't need a peer-reviewed study to tell us that having a gay dad is just like having a straight dad. But Justice Alito claims he won't believe it otherwise.

Op-ed: On Day of Supreme Court Decision, How Will You React?

Op-ed: On Day of Decision, How Will You React?

When the Supreme Court issues its ruling this month, how we react will send a message to the country.

Op-ed: What All of Us Should Learn From Rob Portman's Son

Op-ed: What All of Us Should Learn From Rob Portman’s Son

When the Republican from Ohio became the first from his party in the U.S. Senate to support marriage equality, he was an example of a constant lesson for LGBT Americans.

An Advocate Editor on Why Violence Makes It Harder to Sort the Good From the Hateful

Op-ed: Violence Makes It Harder to Sort the Good From the Hateful

A Washington Post columnist’s defense of the Family Research Council is exactly why violence is the wrong way to react to a hate group.

Advocate Editor on Why the Chick fil A Debacle Has Nothing to Do WIth Tolerance

Op-ed: There's No 'Tolerating' Chick-fil-A

The editor of Advocate.com says the fight about Chick-fil-A isn't merely a political debate in which both sides politely tolerate the other’s opinions and then eat a chicken dinner together afterward.

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