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A Call to Stop the Killings in DC
April 19 2012 1:00 AM ET

 A Call to Stop the Killings in D.C.

Josh Hinkle

Activists say trans citizens are not protected by the police.

Aging Gracefully
April 18 2012 1:00 AM ET

Aging Gracefully

Neal Broverman

Older LGBTs get their own center in New York.

Will New HRC President Be a Game Changer
April 18 2012 1:00 AM ET

Will New HRC President Be a Game Changer?

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The Human Rights Campaign’s new president, Chad Griffin, has a lot of hype to live up to.

Advocates Try Reaching the One in Six
April 17 2012 1:00 AM ET

Advocates Try Reaching the One in Six

Trudy Ring

Advocates for sexually abused men are trying to bring gay and bisexual survivors out of the closet.

Not Your Bubbes Yentl
April 17 2012 1:00 AM ET

Not Your Bubbe's Yentl

Diane Anderson-Minshall

A story made famous by Barbra Streisand gets a queer 21st-century retelling.

Editors Letter Its Hard to Hate a Real Person
April 16 2012 1:00 AM ET

Editor's Letter: It's Hard to Hate a Real Person

Matthew Breen

Traveling is often an opportunity to hear both sides of the conversation about us.

City of Gastronomic Love
April 16 2012 1:00 AM ET

City of Gastronomic Love

Neal Broverman

For the price of a few good meals in another metropolis, diners in Philly can eat well and still have the dough for cocktails and culture.

Laverne Cox A New Challenge for the Trans Actress
April 10 2012 1:00 AM ET

Trans Actress Laverne Cox's New Challenge

Michelle Garcia

Transgender actress Laverne Cox pushes boundaries in Musical Chairs, a new film about wheelchair ballroom dancing.

The Real Meaning of Santorum
April 09 2012 1:00 AM ET

The Real Meaning of Santorum

Lucas Grindley

Social conservatives are searching for a hero, and Rick Santorum’s antigay views have helped him claim the mantle of religious freedom fighter.

A  List Elisabeth Moss Mad About the Woman
March 23 2012 1:30 AM ET

Elisabeth Moss: Mad About the Woman

Brandon Voss

Jane Lynch hit on her, Bette Midler yelled at her, and she’s followed in Madonna’s footsteps.

Going to Dinah Where You Should Stay
March 16 2012 3:00 AM ET

Going to Dinah? Where You Should Stay

Michelle Garcia

Need a place to rest in between parties and concerts at The Dinah in Palm Springs? We've got a few tips.

Sinead OConnor Is Feeling Good
March 15 2012 1:00 AM ET

Sinead O'Connor Talks About Sex

Diane Anderson-Minshall

After a year of revealing tweets and racy blog posts, firebrand Sinéad O'Connor is holding nothing back on her new record, her ninth studio album in an unconventional 25-year career.

Gay Soldier Goes From YouTube to Tire Tube
March 14 2012 1:00 AM ET

Gay Soldier Goes From YouTube to Tire Tube

Michelle Garcia

A viral video star uses his fame to raise money for people with HIV.

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