Capt. Joan Darrah reflects on what it would have meant for her partner, who was still kept secret from the military in 2001, if she had been killed in an attack on the Pentagon.
A night out at a Dallas bar left Donnie Pangburn sure that an understanding of the impact of HIV and AIDS hasn’t been passed down from one generation to the next.
The author on a Williams Institute study of the size of the LGBT population explains why the numbers have set off such a firestorm.
Author Terry Angel Mason says it’s not only the black churches that are to blame for violence against LGBT people of color.
There is one special right in the workplace so particular to Nick Krieger that he refers to it as trans privilege: his own private bathroom.