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The Silver Lining of Targeted Discrimination
May 09 2014 4:00 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 4:00 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 4:00 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 4:00 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 4:00 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 4:00 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 11:00 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 5:00 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 7:00 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 6:00 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.

The Twitter-view: Evan Rachel Wood
April 28 2014 3:30 PM ET

The Twitter-view: Evan Rachel Wood

Matthew Breen

The True Blood and Mildred Pierce star talks about her crush on Milla Jovovich, coming out as bisexual, and drinking tequila with Ellen Page.

Welcome to Eureka Springs
April 24 2014 3:14 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 6:01 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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