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Is the Queer Community Eating Its Own (Again)?

Recent battles over the rainbow flag and the Star of David have exposed long-simmering biases.

Clinton, Trump: We're Ready for Your LGBT Appointments

Activist Mark Segal wants the candidates to choose at least one out LGBT person for their cabinet.

Where's the Leadership on North Carolina?

The current fight against Southern intolerance is rudderless, says longtime LGBT activist Mark Segal.

The Problem With the Word 'Queer'

HuffPost Gay Voices should have kept its original moniker or come up with a better new one, writes activist Mark Segal.

A Careless Anti-Semitism Shames the LGBT Community

Longtime LGBT activist Mark Segal (pictured above) weighs in on the raucous protest that rocked the Creating Change conference in Chicago.

Mark Segal: Clout Builds Community

In this third excerpt from Mark Segal's memoir, And Then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality, the activist talks about the long road to build LGBT senior housing in his beloved Philadelphia.

It's Nice to Have President Obama as a Friend

In this second excerpt from Mark Segal's memoir, And Then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality, the activist discusses presidential encounters.

From Stonewall to the White House: Mark Segal's Gripping Memoir

Mark Segal recounts his amazing life in activism in his new memoir, And Then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality. Read an exclusive excerpt below.

Op-ed: Both Stonewall and 'Stonewall' Deserve Your Attention

Roland Emmerich's Stonewall film may or may not follow history to a T, but it's important to remember it's entertainment, says longtime activist and gay publisher Mark Segal.