The author of In The Living End recounts how his grandmother’s decline into Alzheimer’s made him a man, and helped his family to reconcile.
What advisers such as Valerie Jarrett and Eric Holder say publicly might seem like support for the Student Non-Discrimination Act but actually falls short in an important way, says an ACLU legislative representative.
Would President Rick Santorum put the lives of LGBT youth in even greater jeopardy? Writer Joseph Ward says yes.
Equality North Carolina's Jen Jones reflects on President Obama's recent, bold decision to formally oppose the state's odious Amendment One, which voters will decide in less than two months.
Although there were moments when they bonded emotionally during an HIV-positive cruise retreat, Tom Donohue can’t stop thinking about all the time he got to let loose and forget about being HIV-positive.
Two current leaders in the fight for human rights and social justice celebrate the life of Civil Rights Movement leader Bayard Rustin.
Ebonie Richardson is a 16-year-old lesbian student who challenged the Anoka-Hennepin School District with a lawsuit that just ended with new protections designed to protect students like her from bullying.
Question: I don’t know about you, but it drives me crazy that people in our community don’t dress for the theater anymore.
For the last year, the Wilfahrt family has taken charge of their son’s memory, refusing to assume spectatorship in a society that regards his memory as that of second-class citizen.