Number Crunch: Drugs

Number Crunch: Drugs

There’s been a very visible sea change in the relationship between Americans and drugs.

HIV: What's Missing in 'Undetectable'

HIV: What's Missing in 'Undetectable'

A pioneering new study shows no HIV infections in mixed-status couples, and underscores the difficulty of getting MSM to take part.

Backyard Slights Are Pulling Us Down

Backyard Slights Are Pulling Us Down

Microaggressions are those barely-there slights, they’re the many tiny slights that grate across our days.

Editor's Letter: Excising That Word

Op-ed: Excising That Word

Two words have been conflated with trans identities, and those words have hijacked much of the discourse.

Working While Trans

Working While Trans

When you're ready to affirm your true gender but the job market is not.

Nupi Maanbi: The Transgender of Manipur

Nupi Maanbi: The Transgender of Manipur

The maibis, a community of women mediums in India’s northeast Manipur state, lead a mystical existence, acting as religious counselors and oracles to the human world from that of the Meitei gods.

Woman Enough

Woman Enough

The attack by self-identified radical feminists on trans people’s participation in feminism and the LGBT movement has never been a response to any bad behavior by trans women or trans men.

The Peculiarity of Black Trans Male Privilege

The Peculiarity of Black Trans Male Privilege

Men of all genders benefit from the complicit oppression of black women.

Title VII Awakening

Title VII Awakening

While the advancement of transgender Americans has sometimes been viewed as dependent upon the success of the broader LGBT movement, workplace protections are one place where trans Americans are pioneering a whole new area of the law—and lesbians, gays, and bisexuals appear to be following their lead.

The A-List Interview: Keira Knightley

The A-List Interview: Keira Knightley

The Begin Again star takes a break from her intense love affairs with beautiful women to sing with the sexiest man alive.

Laverne Cox: The Making of an Icon

Laverne Cox: The Making of an Icon

For years she struggled to find her place. Now she has a voice, a cause, and an audience. And she’s running with it.

Milan's Fashion Hot Spot Feels Heat Over Brunei

Milan's Fashion Hot Spot Feels Heat Over Brunei

Milan's fashion hot spot feels the heat from Brunei.

Reversing the Re-write of LGBT History

Reversing the Re-write of LGBT History

Jo Becker's version of the gay marriage story was undone before it was even published.

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