This may be the year of the hypocrite.
Thanks to Indiana, we can be sure LGBT rights will be a major issue in next year's presidential contest.
As Larry Kramer and Andrew Holleran discuss why they write, I'm prompted to think about why I do — and why I have to get the idea down as soon as I'm able.
Will our advocacy be real and encompass all people who face marginalization and oppression?
Recent progress in marriage equality has been quick, but with starts and stops. And while a handful of states's officials balk at court rulings, they're being surpassed by the place they'd least expect.
There are no bystanders any longer in the pursuit—or thwarting—of LGBT civil rights.