Recent progress in marriage equality has been quick, but with starts and stops. And while a handful of states's officials balk at court rulings, they're being surpassed by the place they'd least expect.
Tim Cook's words about discrimination highlight the need for stronger antidiscrimination laws, and not just for LGBT citizens.
When will PrEP have its Magic Johnson moment?
In 1967, one woman saw her parents' marriage become legal overnight.
Enemies of LGBTQ equality tend to also fight racial and gender equality. Activist and California State Senate candidate Sandra Fluke says history tells us how everyone can work to be equal.
When it comes to the International Olympic Committee's handling of LGBT athletes, it's business as usual — which may be the problem in the first place.
Women's colleges can have their cake and eat it too: Keep their vital 'sisterhood' and do right by trans women and trans men.
Framing the South as a backward, dangerous place is not only wrong but also demeaning to the LGBT people who have lived and worked decades for equality there.
Elliott Deline tells The Advocate his new book gets more 'autobiographical, and arguably more scandalous' than ever before, touching on his relationships to sex, alcohol, love, and being made a 'spectacle' as a trans person.