Op-ed: When Marrying Is Like Winning
February 12 2014 8:30 AM ET

Op-ed: When Marrying Is Like Winning

Caroline Hart

For Caroline Hart, the words 'Welcome to the United States of America' take on a new meaning.

Op-ed: Knowing When to Apologize Is Important in Relationships
February 12 2014 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Knowing When to Apologize Sure Is Important

Justin Hernandez

For most of us, the hardest thing to do is apologize, but recognizing and taking responsibility for how we are affecting others is a crucial component of any healthy relationship.

Op-ed: Why Are Narratives Around Transgender People Always So Negative?
February 11 2014 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Why Are Narratives on Trans People So Negative?

Lucian Clark

There are plenty of tough things about being a trans person, but it's not all bad news.

February 10 2014 12:51 PM ET

Jared Max: Being Gay In Sports Is A Problem for the Older Generation

Football player Michael Sam's news will help show there's no connection between physical attraction and sport

Op-ed: Protecting All Kids
February 10 2014 8:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Protecting All Kids

Eliza Byard

The law that criminalizes LGBT propaganda is intended to protect youth from provocative messages. But LGBT kids here need protecting, too.

Op-ed: What Not To Do, When Calling Yourself a Transgender Ally
February 07 2014 9:00 AM ET

Op-ed: What Not To Do, When Calling Yourself a Trans Ally

Jeff Krehely

Jeff Krehely, the chief foundation officer of the Human Rights Campaign, discusses the importance of transgender advocacy, in light of the recent controversy surrounding Janet Mock and Piers Morgan.

Op-ed: How Gay Can I Be In Sochi?
February 07 2014 8:30 AM ET

Op-ed: How Gay Can I Be In Sochi?

Ryan Howe

A student journalist heads to Sochi to cover the Winter Games, but he was a little worried about how he might be perceived.

Op-ed: Does Social Media Increase Paranoia in Relationships?
February 06 2014 3:18 PM ET

Op-ed: Does Social Media Increase Relationship Paranoia?

Justin Hernandez

What is supposed to be recreational entertainment sometimes evolves into cyberstalking, taking away from the human experience of romance and making it secondary to monitoring our significant other's online activity.

Op-ed: With Friends Like Piers Morgan, Who Needs Enemies?
February 06 2014 11:29 AM ET

Op-ed: With Friends Like Piers Morgan, Who Needs Enemies?

Parker Marie Molloy

Piers Morgan spent a full day making offensive statements related to transgender advocate Janet Mock. Then he invited Mock back, talked over her, and hosted a panel from which she was excluded.

Op-ed: Janet Mock Slams Piers Morgan for Transphobic Questions, Tweets
February 05 2014 11:20 AM ET February 05 2014 2:55 PM ET

Janet Mock Slams Piers Morgan for Insensitive Questions

Parker Marie Molloy

CNN's Piers Morgan had a meltdown following criticism of his interview with transgender author Janet Mock as being transphobic, highlighting CNN's history of coverage insensitive to transgender identities.

Op-ed: My Father, A State Legislator, Voted Against Me
February 04 2014 6:00 AM ET

Op-ed: My Father, A State Legislator, Voted Against Me

Chris Smith

The gay son of a Republican lawmaker in Indiana speaks out about his father's recent vote to advance a bill that would bar same-sex couples from marriage or legal recognition.

Op-ed: Where Will LGBT Activism Dollars Go Next?
February 03 2014 7:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Where Will LGBT Activism Dollars Go Next?

Courtney Cuff

Courtney Cuff, the new president and CEO of one of the biggest donors to LGBT activist projects, looks to the next big wins for equality.

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