Lynn Gilbert's photos of American feminist icons continue to inspire in dire times.
Here's a suggestion for mandated inclusion of LGBT subjects in public school social studies and history curricula.
These women changed history.
Bob Mizer's Physique Pictorial was so popular because it revealed the sexually ambiguous mid-century world of tough guys and muscle men. The guys who revived this treasured magazine got it right.
A new exhibit shows the Middle Ages were much more diverse than previously thought — and in some ways, not that different from now.
In this excerpt from Martin Duberman's new memoir, the historian recalls his descent into Gotham's gritty corners and some of the people he met there.
A writer made the claim that British LGBT youth have moved beyond having to learn about Alan Turing or AIDS. Wrong on so many levels, writes Amanda Kerri.