Are White Gay Men Too Privileged to Understand Racial Inequality?

We can sift through the minutiae of the killing of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and John Crawford, or we ...

Dating Positively

Searching for love can be difficult. But one HIV-positive gay man explains the 'rules' and 'reactions' of dating openly …

By Aby Sam Thomas

Libyan Men Accused of Being 'Gay' Face Torture, Death

An extremist militia in Libya is threatening allegedly gay men

By Editors

Thanksgiving Message: A Teacher Comes Out to His Students

In an inspiring essay, a middle school teacher explains why he's thankful he told his students that he's gay

By Jerry Portwood

Is the General Public Making Gay Republicans Irrelevant?

Or are LGBT Republicans proving themselves to be complete failures?

By Lane Hudson

Fear & Loathing

The financial crisis in Greece has seen the fortunes of the far-right Golden Dawn party soar -- along with homophobia. …

By Ioannis Pappos

The Gay-Rights Election

Richard Socarides says politicians will recognize that their embrace of us is not only the right thing to do, but leads …

By Richard Socarides

The 2012 Election Will Go Down as the Year of Gay

Lane Hudson reflects on a night of electoral triumphs for the LGBT community.

By Lane Hudson

Husband Hunting Time, Gays Can Now Get Married in Almost 20% of the US

Not only was the first President to be openly supportive of the LGBT community re-elected last night, but states Maine, …

By Andrew Villagomez

Four For Four

Peter Staley, AIDS warrior and Out 100 honoree, reacts to yesterday's historic election.

By Peter Staley

Trans* Voters May Face Discrimination at the Polls

Transgender voters may be stopped if their appearance doesn't match the letter on the driver's license of birth …

By Jay Schwartz

Will Sicily Have Its First Gay Governor?

Rosario Crocetta leads against the right-wing Berlusconi candidate

By Editors

Man in the Mirror

My boyfriend is also my doppelganger. What’s wrong with that?

By Daniel D'Addario

They Have Starbucks in Cairo, Too

Globe-trotting gays penetrate Egypt deeper than ever.

By Jordan Gerstler-Holton

Twice Divided

For gay Palestinians, Tel Aviv is a precarious and complicated sanctuary.

By Michal Shmulovich

What OraQuick Means to Me

The pros and cons of testing for your HIV status at home.

By Andrew Belonsky

Twenty Shades of Gay

Has the world become gayer in the past 20 years? A young man who grew up in rural Michigan attempts to figure out why …

By Peter Frost