After traveling in an elevator with a group of straight men, this gay editor was allowed to exit first. He's still trying to decide if he was handed a silent compliment or just given the shaft.
While many of us turn our heads toward Russia, we also turn our backs to the plight of LGBTs in Zimbabwe, Cameroon, and Nigeria.
The Zimmerman trial feels like a relic of the inflamed race wars of the 1960s. If anything good is to come of it, it's the reminder that prejudice has a long shelf-life.
Words matter and keeping up with their changing nature is part of being alive, so study up on "cisgender" and stop dropping "queen" like you're Alec Baldwin.
These nine people ruling on our lives just aren't cutting it; time to replace them with people we all know, like NeNe, Demi, and James Franco.
A visit to surprisingly liberal Sin City made this writer feel free as a bird; is the tolerance an anomaly of the land of strippers and Celine?