We all know bullying is wrong. Here’s a look at some former bullies.
After Azul comes out to his wife – it turns out she’s gay too – he learns how to be a single dad. And then he goes to a coming out group.
Why would a person serve in a military that doesn’t want them? One trans-officer offers their (anonymous) perspective.
Khary’s story is about being black, gay, and Greek, and how important it is to have a friend who gets you.
In his memoir, New York Times’ Op-Ed Columnist Charles M. Blow revealed not only his own startling truths, but some truths we all need to examine.
How we come out may change, but support and love are timeless.
Matthew Rozsa discusses how an off-hand observation during a speech illustrated an important point about rape culture.
We’re calling on gay, bi, and asexual men to share their stories with our readers.
For Jacob Tobia, learning that you can play with gender was a life-changing experience.
Michael Radkowsky responds to the question, “Can two gay men really have a monogamous relationship?”
A pithy Christian statement creates walls with the LGBT community and loves no one.
An encounter with a teammate reminds Isa Qasim that saying ‘I love you’ isn’t limited to romantic relationships or your immediate family.
People think that equal treatment and equal protection are not important. They might want to reconsider.
You can sanitize your Twitter account, but it won’t remove the stain of prejudice.
Brynn Tannehill explores what the ‘LGB’ and ‘T’ have in common, and why it’s important that they work together for the good of everyone.
According to Thinkstock, when women are ready to fish, there’s a certain stance they like to take in their waders. A spread-eagle one.
Coming out as LGBT in a conservative Christian family can be difficult, but coming out in a Christian school can be even harder.