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April 22, 2016

Mississippi Still Feels like Coming Home

Despite passing the toughest LGBT discrimination laws in the country, the state isn’t everything you read about in the headlines.
March 30, 2016

The Writing Is On the (Stone)wall

This week’s reported sexual assault at a historic gay bar drives home how far we all have to go in creating safe spaces for transgender people.
February 29, 2016

Living and Learning and Teaching the Truth

NYC Department of Education welcomes its first LGBT community liaison, Jared Fox.
February 23, 2016

Anti-gay Justice: The Late Scalia's Legacy

Scalia’s anti-gay legacy is undeniable, but this could be an opportunity to remedy it.
February 16, 2016

How Gay Were the Nazis?

How the myth of homosexual influence within the Nazi party ranks took hold.
February 09, 2016

An Education on Higher Learning Homophobia

A gay professor looks back in an excerpt from his memoir, 'Office Hours'.
February 02, 2016

To Be Queer, Poor, and Invisible in NYC

A Legal Services NYC director on how to help low-income LGBT New Yorkers.
January 26, 2016

Being Black and Trans Before It Was Cool

The Trans People of Color Coalition founder says it’s not enough to be visible.
January 19, 2016

Don't Forget the Other, Gayer Refugee Crisis

Immigration is a hot topic, but challenges facing queer refugees are often ignored.
January 12, 2016

Baby, We've Still Got Bad Blood

The National LGBTQ Task Force finds fault with the FDA’s new blood donation policy.

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