Alison Bechdel, Samuel D. Hunter & Mary Bonauto Gay Geniuses; Win MacArthur Grants

Alison Bechdel, Samuel D. Hunter, and Mary L. Bonauto named MacArthur Grant Fellows.

Life 101: No More Drama

Sometimes de-cluttering your life means making some difficult, but powerful, choices

By John Kalinowski

The Queen of England Supports Equal Rights

Queen Elizabeth II is set to sign a new charter that will back equal rights for women and gays, while fighting …

By Andrew Villagomez

Doctors Cure Child Born With HIV

Medical history has been made by US doctors, who appear to have cured a toddler born with the AIDS virus

By Andrew Villagomez

The Baby Dance: Sexing Day

After we discovered the sex of our twins, everything changed

By Marc Leandro

From Oscar With Love

Comedy writer and author Mark O’Connell casts a golden eye over Hollywood (and James Bond’s) golden night.

By Jerry Portwood

Walmart and You

It’s time for the Walton family to consider the importance of Walmart's LGBT employees and shoppers

By Lane Hudson

The Boy Scouts Made Me Gay

The embattled institution helps young men discover their sexuality—including me

By Frank Bua

This Llama Farmer Was Fired for Being Gay

Meet the Kentucky man whose animal sanctuary is home to 51 llamas and more than 300 animals, but is struggling to …

By Jerry Portwood

Boston Fraternity Raises Money for Trans Brother

Brothers of Phi Alpha Tau at Emerson College campaign to pay for FTM top surgery

By Benjamin Lindsay

Time We Relay Our Love: Dr. Isaac Namdar’s Journey from Excommunication to Acceptance

When news of his marriage to his partner spread through his Orthodox Jewish and Middle Eastern community, Dr. Namdar was …

By Daniel Tehrani

The Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University

Members of the Clementi family and representatives of the Clementi Foundation will dedicate the academic facility …

By Editors

Chris Stedman: The Prophet

Chris Stedman is a gay atheist on a mission to find a common cause between the devout and the faithless. His compatriots …

By Sam Lansky

The Baby Dance: Showing & Telling

We've gone from keeping the surrogate twins a bit of a secret to letting more people know, which is exciting—and …

By Marc Leandro

Ed Koch Dies at 88

The former New York City mayor always insisted his sexuality was 'nobody's business'

By Jerry Portwood

The Squeaky Wheel Won Progress

If you don't ask, you don't get the grease

By Lane Hudson

Not Another Latino Experience

Maybe one day I won't have to prove I'm Hispanic—or gay—by performing as a stereotype

By Stephan Maldonado