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Zachary’s mom killed him because she thought he might be gay. Rob Watson has this message: “I’m sorry.”
Andrew Morrison-Gurza shares some of the experiences of being “the guy in the chair” in the dating world, and what we can learn from them.
Since there seems to be legislative confusion over how to label a gender-neutral bathroom, Sam Killerman has a solution.
Dillan DiGiovanni is curious why they did it, but all that really matters is, it’s awesome.
JJ Vincent was as surprised as you will be when you find out what he thinks about gay marriage.
Should some terms be off-limits? Tim Jones-Yelvington explains why it matters, as exemplified by the Ru-Paul’s Drag Race controversy.
If anyone wonders how gay men and straight men can be friends, David Toussaint might have the answers.
Four young activists interview gay, lesbian and trans-gender elders who explore how the perfect storm of 1960s activism inspired them to fight for their personal freedoms.
As a teenager, Tobias Gurl was unable to find much info on gay or queer history. This led him to create The “Queer-a-Day” Project.
Women aren’t the only people who are slut-shamed, as Stephen S. Mills found out when he went for a routine (and responsible) health screening.
Three teenagers interviewed three gay elders about their lives, and got a look at how much has changed.
The end of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” allowed gay, lesbian, and bisexual service members to serve openly in the military. But what about trans*people?
Dillan DiGiovanni says Kirsten Dunst’s “manly” definition of men is limiting and offensive.
No more discrimination against the “B”s of the LGBT set on Match.com.
The roller coaster ride of marriage equality decisions has taken off once again. Will these latest hearing end with a high or a low?