Did This LGBT Study Actually Do More Harm?

Did This LGBT Study Actually Do More Harm?

Did this study on free public transportation’s effects on LGBT homeless youth get in its own way — and prevent good policy?

Number Crunch: Pride

Number Crunch: Pride

It’s been 45 years since the first Pride march, and since then it has become an international phenomenon of celebration and protest—and the numbers back it up.

How Oregon Suddenly Changed Bisexual Visibility

How Oregon Suddenly Changed Bisexual Visibility

Oregon’s Kate Brown and the sudden change in bisexual visibility.

From Liberace to Sam Smith, The Evolution of Gay Music

From Liberace to Sam Smith, The Evolution of Gay Music

Gay music has come a long way.

On Giving Duck Dynasty a Second Chance

On Giving Duck Dynasty a Second Chance

Jeff Calhoun, the gay director of the Duck Commander Musical, on giving the dynasty another chance.

An Ode to Anti-Assimilationist Filmmaking

An Ode to Anti-Assimilationist Filmmaking

Herrera is part of a generation of queer artists tasked with chronicling a community of shifting realities.

6 Questions On How Life Ball Fights Stigma

6 Questions On How Life Ball Fights Stigma

Gery Keszler, founder of one of the largest and most glamorous AIDS fundraising events worldwide, on the ongoing mission to fight stigma.

Could New Jersey Pay Damages for Conversion Therapy Victims?

Could New Jersey Pay Damages for Conversion Therapy Victims?

The New Jersey lawsuit could offer new options for those damaged by bogus gay-conversion schemes.

Meet the FDNY’s First Lesbian Chaplain

Meet the FDNY’s First Lesbian Chaplain

The Rev. Ann Kansfield will be the New York City Fire Department’s first openly gay and first female chaplain.

The A-List Interview: Allison Janney

The A-List Interview: Allison Janney

From Masters of Sex to Mom, the single Spy star loves playing dowdy prudes and chic vixens. In real life, playing house with a gay friend might be just her style.

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