The Times is making up for failing to carry obits on notable LGBTQ figures at the time of their passing, such as (from left) Emma Stebbins, Alan Turing, and Ma Rainey.
FIFA continues to defend its choice to host the World Cup in Qatar, which follows antigay Sharia Law.
The division of labor starts out equitable, at least until the kids arrive, The New York Times reports.
There's a certain hubris about declaring the shared queer experience DOA just because it looks different than it did in 1968, or even 2008.
In "Overlooked," the Times offers obituaries of notable women who didn't receive attention at the time of their passing.
The influential White House correspondent Glenn Thrush will be the subject of an investigation.
The out entrepreneur wrote an op-ed in The New York Times to support a bill dubbed the Gawker Act, to prevent a repeat of what happened to him: "Gawker violated my privacy and cashed in on it."