August 14 2013 1:53 PM ET

GMHC Responds to: Men Who Want AIDS

A GMHC board member responds to an 'uncommon response to a better life,' saying, 'Social justice is HIV prevention.'

Op-ed: 6 Steps to a Trans-Friendly Campus
August 13 2013 7:00 AM ET

Op-ed: 6 Steps to a Trans-Friendly Campus

Genny Beemyn

Just a few steps would make any campus a more welcoming place.

Op-ed: No One Wants to Be Called a Bigot
August 12 2013 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: No One Wants to Be Called a Bigot

Richard Alther

Those rallying against marriage equality don't necessarily want to be called homophobes, but isn't that what they are?

August 08 2013 12:46 PM ET

Greg Louganis: 'I Reject the Sochi Olympics Boycott'

The openly gay Olympic gold medalist offers a different alternative to non-participation

Op-ed: Am I Black Or Gay?
August 08 2013 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Am I Black Or Gay?

Kosoko Jackson

One writer feels like he has to pick one over the other.

Op-ed: I'm a Bathroom Renegade
August 07 2013 4:37 AM ET

Op-ed: I'm a Bathroom Renegade

Dina Martinez

Despite what some staunchly conservative lawmakers think, when this trans woman wants to go to the bathroom, all she wants to do is use the toilet.

Op-ed: Dating With a Disability
August 06 2013 4:06 AM ET

Op-ed: Dating With a Disability

Alanna Higginson

What it's like to straddles two identities: being a lesbian, and having a disability.

August 05 2013 6:10 PM ET

Op-Ed: Should We Turn Off the Winter Olympics?

Will Sochi haunt the Olympic movement?

Op-ed: What I Have In Common With Superman
August 05 2013 4:41 AM ET

Op-ed: What I Have In Common With Superman

Riley Chattin

Being transgender is a lot like being a super hero.

Op-ed: Are You Responsible for My HIV?
August 02 2013 7:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Are You Responsible for My HIV?

Aaron M. Laxton

HIV advocate Aaron Laxton on how the influence of friends can make the difference when a person faces risky behavior.

Op-ed: Life and Love On The Border
August 01 2013 4:07 AM ET

Op-ed: Life and Love On The Border

Ryan Steinmetz

Even with the Supreme Court striking down part of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act, there are thousands of LGBT immigrants who want to be Americans.

Op-ed: How Bradley Manning Changed The Fate Of Whistleblowers
July 31 2013 1:44 PM ET

Op-ed: How Bradley Manning Changed Fate of Whistleblowers

Victoria A. Brownworth

Soldier Bradley Manning now faces up to 136 years in prison for espionage charges.

Op-ed: How A Tomboy Learned to Play With Barbies
July 31 2013 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: How A Tomboy Learned to Play With Barbies

Monica Hurlbert

Motherhood changes everything.

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