Revolution v. Reform: Beyond ‘4 Ms’ of Queer Politics

A Cautionary Critique

Remembering Defiance and Love for LGBTQ Equality

An activist remembering early struggles for LGBTQ liberation stands in solidarity with Orlando.

When A Straight Teen Asked His Gay Friend To Prom

Prom night is about warming hearts and strengthening relationships when you get down to the brass tacks. These folks accomplished the goal.

A Step Towards an Anti-Racist and Anti-Homophobic Allyship

Is the idea of ‘heteroflexibility’ as a way to be more accepting of fluid masculine sexuality doing more harm than good for LGBTQ identities?

Many Oppose Gay Marriage Because Of All The Wild Gay Sex They Can’t Stop Picturing, UCLA Study Finds

Why are straight people always picturing gay couples having sex?

Christian Student Expelled From University After Opposing Gay Marriage On Facebook

What is a matter of opinion and what is a conflict of interest/human rights issue?

Unsung Heroes: How David Kato Is Changing The World Even After His Death

How one Ugandan man came out and stood up for human rights.

How Sally Field Feels About Having a Gay Son

Sally Field lets her son know she likes him. She really,really likes him.

The Hillary Clinton Same Sex Marriage Conundrum

Clinton has been a solid and effective statesperson. She gets things done. Her efforts to stop anti-gay forces were pragmatic, however, not visionary. Will that pragmatism come back to hurt her in the new sound-bite media world?

Iran, Assassinations, and Hypocrisy

Iran’s attempt at moral condemnation is a hard pill to swallow when they themselves have a wealth of human rights violations.

How Braedon Proposed to Ryan

Some gay men plan their proposals more than they do their weddings. Here is how one man did it with a song, a very special song.

13 GLBTQ Stories You Won’t Find in Mainstream Headlines

There were a lot of GLBTQ-themed stories in the news in 2015. Here are 10 that were featured on the Good Men Project that you probably didn’t see in mainstream media, but you should have.

What Does The Fight for LGBT Rights Look Like in 2016?

Legalizing same sex marriage didn’t make acceptance easier for many in the LGBT community. There is much more work to do.

Gay Widowers in Florida Seek Accurate Death Certificates for Deceased Spouses

Many of those gay widowers mourning the loss of their spouse are forced to confront discrimination even in death.

My First Same Sex Marriage

It hit me that new generations of gay people will reach adulthood at a very different place in the continuum of opportunities—one that took me fifty years to reach.

Ted Cruz Has Somehow Scored Another Frightening Antigay Endorsement

Republicans are taking an unusually harsh stance on human rights this election season, and the latest endorsements of Ted Cruz show no improvement.