Take Charge of Your Sexual Health on National HIV Testing Day

No one is immune to HIV infection, so if you’re sexually active, get tested regularly.

By Vanessa Cullins

Same-Sex Weddings Begin in Indiana

Couples rush to obtain marriage certificates after the state's ban was overturned

By Michelle Garcia

P-town's Battle Over The Case Against 8

A pivotal California case is litigated again in a discussion over an HBO documentary that airs tonight.

By Matthew Breen

Op-Ed: Happy Anniversary to the Defeat of DOMA

Colin Hosten, a citizen of Trinidad, looks back on the day that made all the difference for him and his American husband …

By Colin Hosten

Why Rick Perry is Beyond Repair

Author Suzanna Danuta Walters says we should demand equality—but don't use the argument that we're 'born this way' as …

By Suzanna Danuta Walters

Tonight's Vision Awards in New York

The fundraising event honors Isaac Mizrahi, Janet Mock, Jason Collins, Marita Begley, and Lee Daniels

By Out.com Editors

How to Support LGBT People Around the World

Uganda criminalizes being gay and Thailand shames it. What can you do to help?

By Dennis Hinzmann

Trans New Yorkers Celebrate Birth Certificate News

New York joins five other states and Washington, D.C., in allowing trans individuals to update birth certificates …

By Parker Marie Molloy

Fashionistas Shut Down Event Tied to Sultan of Brunei

Heavyweights in the fashion industry put their foot down on an event put on by the company owned by the antigay sultan …

By Michelle Garcia

Did you hear the one...

Turning AIDS into a punchline

By Jesse Archer

Houston Passes LGBT-Inclusive Nondiscrimination Ordinance

After nine hours of testimony, the Houston City Council adopted the measure by a vote of 11-6

By Trudy Ring

De Blasio Kids to Star in Gay-Fave Parade as King Neptune & Queen Mermaid

Dante and Chiara de Blasio will lead 32nd Annual Mermaid Parade in Coney Island

By Aaron Hicklin

Op-Ed: Where Larry Kramer Gets It Wrong on Truvada

Michael Lucas says the legendary playwright and warrior needs to stop an outdated condoms-only prevention campaign. …

By Michael Lucas

American LGBT Landmarks to Receive Historical Status

From The Stonewall to The Castro, the U.S. State Department launches study to identify sites associated with LGBT …

By Aaron Hicklin

Why We'll Miss Maya Angelou

The legendary poet, author, and civil rights activist died at her home in Winston-Salem, N.C., at the age of 86

By Out.com Editors

Andrew Sullivan calls out Larry Kramer on Truvada

The marriage equality champion urges people to back Truvada in the fight against AIDS

By Aaron Hicklin

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