Is it any coincidence the three female Supreme Court justices all ruled for marriage equality? Not at all, says the head of the National LGBTQ Task Force.
This lesbian minister laments how disconnected the equality efforts for different groups — for blacks, women, and gays — currently feels.
Republican presidential candidates draw a line between racism (which is bad) and homophobia (which is perhaps just fine).
Laila Villanueva and her fiancé, Logan Ireland, are both transgender Americans currently serving in the U.S. military. At last month's White House Pride Reception, they made history.
I don't know if I've changed The Advocate, but it certainly changed me.
The Advocate's news editor on the role of civility in the equality movement.
A gay man who works with homeless LGBT youth explains why now is not the time for rest.
This couple can't understand how Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas, who's in an interracial marriage, can't sympathize with same-sex partners seeking marriage rights.
The experiences of a gay man in Bahrain demonstrate that things are difficult but not hopeless for LGBT people in homophobic nations.