Annise Parker Is Not Going Away
May 12 2014 3:00 AM ET

Annise Parker Is Not Going Away

Tom Dart

A very visible lesbian activist of the 1980s became the three-term mayor of America’s fourth largest city — and in Texas. With her sights set on statewide office, is Annise Parker proof Texas politics have grown up?

The Silver Lining of Targeted Discrimination
May 09 2014 3:00 AM ET

The Silver Lining of Targeted Discrimination

Kerry Eleveld

A rash of antigay legislation in many states is having an unintended effect, and it’s definitely not the one its sponsors wanted.

PHOTOS: Long Live the Gay Games!
May 09 2014 3:00 AM ET

PHOTOS: Long Live the Gay Games!

Cyd Zeigler

The closet door is opening in professional athletics. Do we still need our own sporting events?

Beware of the Tatt-oops
May 09 2014 3:00 AM ET

Beware of the Tatt-oops

Bryan Van Gorder

It’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up.

Daily Dose: The Day You Discover Why
May 08 2014 3:00 AM ET

Daily Dose: The Day You Discover Why

Jahlove Serrano

There’s a chasm when it comes to educating LGBT youth about HIV. We must bridge the gap with our truth.

A Sport Still Resilient in Its Homophobia
May 08 2014 3:00 AM ET

A Sport Still Resilient in Its Homophobia

Mark Simpson

The world’s most popular sport, as a resilient repository for homophobia.

PHOTOS: The World's First Lesbian Cemetery
May 06 2014 3:00 AM ET

PHOTOS: The World's First Lesbian Cemetery

Alex Panisch

For women who prefer the company of women — even after death.

Quantifying the Effects of Homophobia
May 05 2014 10:00 AM ET

Quantifying the Effects of Homophobia

Dominic Bocci

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

Editor's Letter: June/August Issue
May 01 2014 4:00 AM ET

Editor's Letter: Straight People Changed Mozilla

Matthew Breen

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
April 29 2014 6:00 AM ET

Behind The Prop. 8 Story We Felt We Knew

Matthew Breen

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

The Masculine Mystique: How Bullying Connects to Steroids
April 29 2014 5:00 AM ET

How Bullying Connects to Steroids

Steve Weinstein

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

Welcome to Eureka Springs
April 24 2014 2:14 PM ET

Step Inside America's Gayest Small Town

Chadwick Moore

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

Experts Predict: Iran Will Remain Deadly
March 14 2014 5:01 AM ET

Experts Predict: Iran Will Remain Deadly

Benjamin Weinthal

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

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