Quantifying the Effects of Homophobia

Quantifying the Effects of Homophobia

Data confirms that antigay laws do society more harm than good.

Editor's Letter: June/August Issue

Editor's Letter: Straight People Changed Mozilla

The Mozilla debacle is a milestone for the LGBT movement to remember.

The Odyssey of 8: Behind The Prop. 8 Story We Felt We Knew

Behind The Prop. 8 Story We Felt We Knew

A view into the Prop 8 story we all felt we knew.

The Masculine Mystique: How Bullying Connects to Steroids

How Bullying Connects to Steroids

Bullying may be why gay and bisexual boys are using steroids at five times the rate of straight-identified boys.

Welcome to Eureka Springs

Step Inside America's Gayest Small Town

The gayest small town in America you’ve never heard of.

Experts Predict: Iran Will Remain Deadly

Experts Predict: Iran Will Remain Deadly

Two reports indicate that despite a new president’s overtures to the contrary, Iran will remain a deadly place for LGBTs.

Derek Jarman's Alternative to The New Gay Credo

Derek Jarman's Alternative to The New Gay Credo

In life, the gay filmmaker and artist Derek Jarman was a polarizing figure. In death, he represents an alternative to the new gay credo of marriage, mortgage, and monogamy.

Truly Social Networking

Truly Social Networking

The organization that began as a separatist record-producing collective came to symbolize all that defined lesbianism. Then they set out to sea.

The Striking Muxe: Mexico's Third Gender

The Striking Muxe: Mexico's Third Gender

Like their Two-Spirit sisters in North America, the muxes are an integral part of Zapotec culture, revered, not reviled.

Editor’s Letter: April/May Issue

Editor’s Letter: April/May Issue

This issue, challenging our established institutions.

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