The Conservative Hang-up

How Marriage Equality Opponents Lost America

How marriage equality opponents, obsessed with sex, lost America.

Awe and Shocked

Awe & Shocked

Michelle Shocked finally agrees to an interview with a longtime fan, and true to her idiosyncratic way, it’s a most unusual conversation.

Whedon's World

Whedon’s World: A Director for Shakespeare and Thor

The director behind the mega-blockbuster The Avengers brings you this summer’s underdog, Much Ado About Nothing, a tiny independent film starring Tom Lenk, who sat down with the director to talk Shakespeare, superheroes, and their mutual man crush.

Validity Question Looms for Some Trans People Who Marry

Validity Question Looms for Some Trans People Who Marry

One divorce demonstrates the precarious legal state for many transgender people who marry.

The Defame Game: Can Bad Media Coverage Be Deadly?

The Defame Game: Can Bad Media Coverage Be Deadly?

Irresponsible media coverage of trans issues hits a new low and could now be responsible for a woman’s death.

How Society's Notion of Manhood Leads to Murder

How Society's Notion of Manhood Leads to Murder

How society’s notion of manhood leads to murder.

I Advocate: Eric Andrews-Katz

I Advocate: Eric Andrews-Katz

Here’s what Eric Andrews-Katz, author of The Jesus Injection, is passionate about this month.

The A-List Interview: Katee Sackhoff

The A-List Interview: Katee Sackhoff

Proven by her butch roles in Battlestar Galactica, returning series Longmire, and the upcoming film Riddick, Katee Sackhoff is one tough act to follow. So why is she jealous of Katherine Heigl?

Meet the New Voice for Dallas

Meet the New Voice for Dallas

New owners of the venerable Dallas Voice promise it will continue to speak to and for LGBT Texans.

A Home of Our Own

A Home of Our Own

Philadelphia puts the pieces together for the nation's newest LGBT senior development.

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