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Op-ed: Exploring the Hidden Gayness of Our Cities
January 06 2014 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Exploring the Hidden Gayness of Our Cities

Matthew Breen

On moving, the similarities between Russia and Alabama, and what exactly is a gay city.

ENDA: 5 Lessons in How The Movement Works
January 06 2014 5:00 AM ET

ENDA: 5 Lessons in How The Movement Works

Kerry Eleveld

Passage in the Senate was unprecedented, and it signaled much about what still matters in our politics.

2014's Gayest Cities in America
January 06 2014 5:00 AM ET

2014's Gayest Cities in America

Matthew Breen

The most LGBT-friendly places in America, according to our ever-rotating criteria, are some of what you expect, and a lot of what you don’t.

Adventure Time
January 03 2014 4:10 PM ET

Adventure Time

Jason Couvillion

Travel expert Jason Couvillion offers advice on spring ski trips, catching the Northern Lights, and picking a dude ranch.

Do Cry for Me Argentina
January 03 2014 3:52 PM ET

Do Cry for Me Argentina

Bryan Van Gorder

Even when a trip doesn’t go exactly right, it can still be a perfect escape.

Has Gay Congressman Outraced the Whisperers in Maine?
January 02 2014 6:00 AM ET

Has Gay Congressman Outraced the Whisperers in Maine?

Steve Weinstein

Maine gubernatorial candidate Mike Michaud’s well-timed coming out ahead of a mysterious whisper campaign instantly made him a national figure.

Enemy of the State
November 12 2013 6:00 AM ET

Enemy of the State

Natasha Vargas-Cooper

How Glenn Greenwald is taking on the world, and why he'll never stop.

Trans Billionaire Reporting for Duty
November 12 2013 5:06 AM ET

Trans Billionaire Reporting for Duty

Michelle Garcia

A retired veteran — the first transgender billionaire — sets her sights on making the military a more welcoming place.

Why Teen Wolf Is an Orientation-Blind Utopia
November 12 2013 4:09 AM ET

Why Teen Wolf Is an Orientation-Blind Utopia

Jase Peeples

If mass media affects attitudes, MTV’s Teen Wolf may be leading young people to an orientation-blind utopia.

 The Incoming Russian Roulette
November 11 2013 5:10 AM ET

The Incoming Russian Roulette

Steve Weinstein

The rapidly evolving equal rights crisis in Russia is prompting Olympic anxiety and may trigger an international civil rights crackdown — or breakthrough.

The James Baldwin Message for Trans People
November 07 2013 7:00 AM ET

The James Baldwin Message for Trans People

Justin Torres

James Baldwin felt he was part of his elders’ hope for the future. How can we make it possible for young trans men and women to feel that for themselves?

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